03 Jul data2insight Celebrates Independence
This week marks the 241st anniversary of America’s Independence from Britain. However, observing Independence Day only became commonplace after the War of 1812.
On July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress unanimously adopted the Declaration of Independence, announcing the colonies’ separation from Great Britain. You can read more about the history of July 4 from the Library of Congress.
Looking for creative, STEM-inspired activities for your kids to celebrate this national holiday? Check out education.com’s list of teaching moment activities.
In the Seattle area and looking for something local to get your kids involved in summer STEM activities? Check out ParentMap’s list of 20 STEM camps to teach the little ones.
Join data2insight as we celebrate another year of independence in the way we enjoy best: through STEM!