Check Out This Atlanta STEM Birthday Party Idea + Win a LEGO® Brick Set

Remember back in the day –  when birthday planning just included balloons, cake and maybe a clown to entertain the kids? Those days are long gone. In fact, I usually start planning A.J.’s birthday party three months ahead of time by picking a theme, venue and narrowing down the guest list.  Have you ever considered an Atlanta STEM birthday party? It’s a hands-on experience where kids learn about science, math and more. I’ll explain more about an opportunity to host STEM parties and you can win a STEM-inspired giveaway for your little one. Keep reading and be sure to share!

Disclosure: This giveaway is a partnership with Nakturnal.

What I love by watching our 7-year-old do STEM activities and experiments is how he proves himself wrong and still learns in the process.

You may remember the great time A.J. had with a popular STEM Toy, the Dash Robot where he gave it commands to move and talk. To kids it’s a responsive robot. To educators, it’s the building block to learn coding, HTML and design. We’ve also stopped by the Apple store late this summer where he got to program another robot in a team effort. I shared the video of his experience on the Mommy Talk Show Facebook page.

Atlanta STEM Birthday Party
Photo Credit: Snapology


I can see A.J. enjoying a Snapology birthday party the next time we celebrate. With Snapology he can choose a birthday party theme, STEM activity and invite friends. Birthday parties are just a part of the Snapology story. For learners who struggle with science and math, a Snapology after-school program or group activity can invigorate their interest. Girls feel empowered when they’re successful at Math and Science. Special needs students can get the attention they need.  STEM summer camps are also offered at Snapology.


Snapology Girls
Photo Credit: Snapology


A Snapology franchise in Atlanta could provide affordability and flexibility for an owner. Watch the video below to see even more.

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We’d like your young learner to get the a hands-on experience at home with this easy to enter giveaway.

Enter to win LEGO® brick set

Prize: Snapology Mascot Sebastian Gator LEGO® brick set

Recommended age: 6+

Deadline: November 26, 2017 by midnight EST

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About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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  1. I like the size, colors, and how you can change him.

  2. I know my kids would like being able to bring their Legos to “life” and I’m all about the STEM aspect. Thanks for the giveaway

  3. Lego has helped my child begin to understand his spatial awareness!

  4. Lego is great for creativity, organization and play at the same time.

  5. My boy would love how it moves!

  6. I love this idea, especially the STEM aspect. So many kids would enjoy this!

  7. Honestly I wish they had this for older kids. My daughter is in middle school but she learns by doing. I love watching her problem solve and build things and test the limits of what things can do within the realm of STEM learning!

  8. I’m so here for the STEM aspect of this party. Love to see kids having fun without even realizing that we are teaching them major life skills.

  9. This is such a creative way to celebrate a special day! Learning is fun so I may just do a STEM themed birthday in the future. Thanks!

  10. Always a fan of anything STEM related! Especially something that attracts young girls as well as boys! Thanks for sharing!

  11. Ohh wow this is such a great idea! Children really get into the learning experience when they are having fun.

  12. This looks so fun – if only I was close to ATL! Legos are awesome for motor skills, STEM skills, and really just good at inspiring creativity!

  13. I’ve never heard of a snapology party. My guess is that it would be good for any occasion.

  14. Why is it so farrrr? I could do this for my ten year old!

  15. I think this is a great idea. I like the fact they can learn and have fun at the same time. STEM activities are great because they do both.

  16. This is a great option for a kids’ birthday party. I love that idea that they can celebrate a friends birthday and learn something at the same time.

  17. Im happy there are more and more program and organizations encouraging children to learn STEM. Awesome that LEGO is getting involved with this too!

  18. This looks like a lot of fun! I have to tell my Atlanta area people.

  19. It’s so great that STEM is being made fun! This is a great option for kids’ birthday parties!

  20. My kids love that they can use their imagination and create different things with Lego bricks. I like that Lego bricks allow them to build new objects and sets can be combined. It’s endless fun.

  21. I love it when you can find other options for birthday parties. The kids really looked like they had a good time.

  22. My brother lives in Atlanta. His little one is only a few months now, but he will be up there needing birthday parties before we know it! This is a good suggestion for him 🙂

  23. I like the colors and reason of making behind it. I think that would be so much fun learning to celebrate stem birthday party.

  24. I think this is a great idea. I like the size, colors.

  25. Lego are great for any age with any type of learning disability as they work with imagination, not intelligence.

  26. I love Legos because you can create anything with them! My daughter has been a Lego fan for a few years now and it’s interesting to see what she would build before and what she comes up with now!