Science can be lot of fun. Especially, if it is not lost in pile of books. And so, to make it more relevant and meaningful for our kids, we came up the idea of ‘STEM a-fair’. The idea is simple! We wanted our kids to have hands on learning experience. The students form a group of 4-5 and decide on a project and present a working model of a concept falling under STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). The idea was to get the children think and do, not just read Science. The main aim of this event is the student’s creativity, how they work as a team and how well they explain the concept to judges. The judges observe each and every project carefully, give the children a chance to express their views and then they ask analytical questions to the children. The children understand how things can go wrong, and what can be done do get it all right! The failures mould their projects, and their personality.