As the parents of six daughters, including America’s only all-female quintuplets, Danielle and Adam Busby (best known for their appearance on TLC’s hit reality series, OutDaughtered) feel a particular responsibility to ensure their girls are given equal opportunities when it comes to learning about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
So the couple is partnering with Learning Resources to share their passion for exposing young children to STEM and coding and have taken a pledge to support STEM.
You can join the Busbys and sign the pledge to support STEM and nominate your local school to receive STEM products at www.learningresources.com/supportstem.
Parents who sign the pledge will be given the opportunity to nominate a school or teacher, five of which will be selected to receive $500 worth of STEM products from Learning Resources, including Botley the Coding Robot, one of many new toys Learning Resources has released this year to help children gain confidence in STEM. Botley teaches early hands-on coding skills in a fun and friendly way to children as young as five. Botley is 100-percent screen free and does not require the use of a smartphone or tablet.
You can also help teachers across America get a Botley Activity Set for their classrooms by visiting DonorsChoose.org. Learning Resources has committed to matching donations up to $100,000.