Kathy Ceceri

Kathy Ceceri

Kathy Ceceri is an award-winning writer and educator, and the author of more than a dozen books of hands-on STEAM activities for kids and teens. Formerly the Homeschooling Expert at About.com (now ThoughtCo), she wrote the Hands-On Learning column for Home Education magazine and taught her own two children at home from kindergarten until college. More recently, she has created STEAM learning materials for technology companies including Adafruit Industries, and helped the Girl Scouts of the USA develop robotics badges and a nationwide cybersecurity challenge.

Kathy has written about family life and learning for print publications and online media outlets including Make magazine, Wired, and FamilyFun. Her own family’s “at-home” science blogs were featured in The New York Times and the American Chemical Society’s Chemical & Engineering News. She continues to offer advice and consulting to homeschooling families in New York and beyond. Learn more at kathyceceri.com, @kathyceceri on Twitter, and DIY Homeschool with Kathy Ceceri on Facebook.

Check out Kathy’s upcoming classes with SEA Online Classes!

June 26, 2021
3:30pm EST/12:30pm PST

Easy STEAM at Home

Stressing over how to give kids a meaningful hands-on STEAM experience, when you’re not a scientist or engineer? Maker, author, homeschooling expert (and English major) Kathy Ceceri will show you how to do quick, simple projects with just materials you have at home!

Learn how to teach easy activities that pack a big punch, adapted from Kathy’s books. Her titles include BOTS, Paper Inventions, Musical Inventions, and Fabric and Fiber Inventions. Kathy has more than 15 years of experiencing presenting enrichment workshops online, to youth and homeschool groups, at educator conferences, and at schools, museums, and libraries.

Attend this session for a chance to win!
BOTS! Robotics Engineering with Makerspace Activities, by author and SEA instructor Kathy Ceceri, is a hands-on introduction to the amazing world of robots for kids 8-12! Learn about their history, explore the systems that make them function, and meet the people who help develop new machines. Then, use everyday crafts materials, household supplies, plus some easy-to-find electronics to build your own working robot models that walk, react to light, sound, and touch, and even think. It’s a complete introductory robotics course in book form. Thanks to Nomad Press for providing a free copy to give away to one SEA Homeschoolers family!