Nickelodeon’s Blaze and the Monster Machines
There’s a new kids’ show in town and this one is more than just an entertaining way for your children to pass time. Blaze and the Monster Machines is a fun and educational kids’ show about a monster truck (Blaze) and his 8-year-old driver, AJ. They face their rival (Crusher) and save the day without cheating, which is Crusher’s favorite way to get ahead. While Blaze and AJ and other characters such as Starla, Darrington, Zeg, Stripes, Pickle and Crusher work through the conflict presented in each episode, they teach viewers about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) concepts. This makes Nickelodeon’s Blaze and the Monster Machines entertaining and educational.
Blaze and the Monster Machine Teaches STEM Concepts
As our world evolves and technology becomes commonplace in most facets of life, it is important that our children have a good foundation in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math. It is never too early to begin teaching children STEM concepts. While many parents may not have enjoyed STEM subjects in school or may feel unqualified to teach them at home, it is more important than ever that our children understand STEM concepts in order to keep pace in their education and compete in the job market as adults. The problem with how some STEM concepts were traditionally taught, however, is that they can be dry or boring for children who do not have a serious interest in them. That’s why shows like Blaze and Monster Machines are so important. They teach while they entertain.
Blaze and the Monster Machines is Entertaining and Educational
As a homeschooling mom, who was the daughter of a public school teacher, I have long understood the importance of fun learning. Children simply grasp and retain concepts that are taught as part of play or as part of a story. Blaze and the Monster Machines accomplishes both. Blaze and the Monster Machines encourages children to participate in the problem solving by asking them to “help” the characters make the right choice. This enhances the viewer’s belief in his or her ability to problem solve. It is important not to simply give children the answers, but to allow them to discover the answers to problems for themselves. This further solidifies their grasp and recall of solutions.
Blaze and the Monster Machines is 100% Fun!
Blaze and the Monster Machines proves that learning can be fun. In fact, your children can reenact their favorite scenes or create new scenes from their own imagination with Blaze and the Monster Machine character toys from Toys R Us online. With individual character toys, fun play sets, plushies, backpacks and lunchboxes your child can bring Blaze, his friends and even that rotten Crusher home to play! (Frankly, my little guy would love to bring home Crusher and tell him a thing or two about the importance of fair play.)
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Nickelodeon’s Blaze and the Monster Machines for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.