STEM for Elementary School: STEM Activities and Resources

Please find below some of the best STEM learning resources we have curated for parents and educators. You will find some amazing content that will spark interest and curiosity

 Engineering, Go for It! (eGFI)

  • Content: careers advice, engineering fields info, links to the eGFI magazine

Exploratorium

  • Content: Interactive STEM & art activities, videos, apps, links, blogs and more

Funology

  • Content: science experiments, arts & crafts, kids’ recipes, tricks, games, jokes, and trivia

Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics

  • Content: math activities for kids in preschool through grade 5. The site is curated by the U.S. Department of Education.

How Stuff Works

  • Content: hundreds upon thousands of articles, videos, audio podcasts and apps about the wonders of science and almost everything else on the planet

After starting in 1998 at a college professor’s kitchen table, this hugely popular STEM is a treasure trove of knowledge.  

Tynker

  • Content: fun programming courses for kids 7-17. With Tynker, Kids learn to code,  built games and apps, draw math art, interface with hardware and more.

STEM for Middle School: STEM Activities and Resources

Please find below some of the best STEM learning resources we have curated for parents and educators. You will find some amazing content that will spark interest and curiosity

 Chi Alpha Mu

  • Content: mathematics club for middle schools. Alpha Mu, standing for Creative Adventures in Mathematics, is the National Junior Mathematics Club for middle schools. Chi Alpha Mu is the younger sibling of Mu Alpha Theta.

Code.org

  • Content: online computer science courses, videos , games for kids 6-17. Since launching in 2013 with a #1 YouTube video of the a day, Code.org has expanded to build a full organization supporting a worldwide movement to provide easy access to computer science education for everyone.  They design courses, train teachers, partner with large school districts, and help change government policies.

 Exploratorium

  • Content: Interactive STEM & art activities, videos, apps, links, blogs and more. A 

How Stuff Works

  • Content: hundreds upon thousands of articles, videos, audio podcasts and apps about the wonders of science and almost everything else on the planet. After starting in 1998 at a college professor’s kitchen table, this hugely popular STEM site has nearly 40 million visitors each month.

MathMovesU

  • Content: online math games, math practice and national competition. MathMovesU offers a variety of scholarships and sponsorship.

Museum of Science + Industry Chicago Online Science

  • Content: STEM apps and games, activities , videos, and podcasts

Explore science from Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry, one of the largest science museums in the world.

MythBusters – Discovery Channel

  • Content: This popular TV show uses experiments to bust rumors, myths and urban legends

 STEM-Works

  • Content: STEM activities, articles, and job info

 

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