March 8th – 12th (M-F)
Grades 2-3, 4-6
Nerding verb – Definition: the action of being a nerd and interested in STEM. A Nerd who is nerding, is someone who is solving problems by being resourceful, helpful, clever, creative, gritty, and kind.
By nature, Nerds are curious humans with many interests. Nerding specializes in cutting-edge, exciting S.T.E.M. classes for kids online and in-person to foster that curiosity! We believe in preparing children for the 21st century by allowing kids to explore core principles in science, technology, engineering, and “making”.
We have quickly become a valley leader in STEM education due to our engaging teacher-developed curriculum, thoughtful grade level groupings, low student-to-teacher ratio, and only hiring the very best certified and experienced teachers.
Watch your nerd’s STEM interest and passion skyrocket with our unique class topics and modern technology, all in a safe, professional, and fun environment. Further your nerd’s skills or help discover what kind of nerd they are at Nerding!
*Why did we cross out Math and say Making…because we focus heavily on hands-on projects, the other disciplines, science, technology, and engineering always have math integrated, and we don’t want to give the impression math classes are offered.
We have 3 versions of our classes so we can reach the widest audience of nerds out there! Our classes are held in-person here in Arizona over the summer. After the pandemic, we started offering virtual classes. Now we are working on digital course versions! Class options vary by platform.
What’s going on at Nerding.
Word on the street.
All in-person and online classes are designed and taught by Professional Teachers with years of experience.
A perfect blending of our talents
Niecy – Arizona 3rd & 4th grade teacher for 9 years, curriculum guru, nerd whisperer, maker, and owner of light up shoes.
Micah – business entrepreneur, musician, guitar teacher, web & graphic designer, and owner of fancy espresso machine.
Micah and Niecy live in Chandler, AZ buried under a pile of 3D printers, robots, computers, and tech gadgets.