Investigate a variety of concepts related to forces, energy and motion. Concepts are fashioned around rigorous STEM content and national standards. 442 K’NEX connectors and rods, enough for 12-16 students working in teams of 3-4.
Much like the greatest software developers who started coding when they were kids, this book teaches children ages 8–12 how to program their own games in Scratch, a popular and free programming language.
TeacherGeek is for schools and libraries alike and is at home in any makerspace, classroom or children’s program. Through all-in-one activity kits, children engage in STEM-based learning. It’s fun and affordable inventing at its best.
This expansive makerspace resource was written by a former science and math teacher and educator at the London Science Museum and was created in association with the Smithsonian Institution. You gain a range of STEM activities ranging from easy to hard as well as the “why” and “how” behind every experiment to support curriculum and promote learning.
Inspire students with STEAM activities from media specialist/school librarian Diana Rendina. Download this free activity guide for a plethora of hands-on projects that encourage students to think outside the box and use their imaginations to create!