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Summer STEM Solutions with EiE

Posted by EiE Team on Friday, February 4, 2022

It is never too early to start thinking about summer! This year, you can inspire excitement and curiosity for STEM with programs from EiE that get kids thinking – and acting – like engineers. 

With easy implementation models to fit any need, EiE’s multidisciplinary engineering and computer science curricula meet the unique requirements of summer programs. With meaningful, open-ended activities that encourage collaboration, students explore the world around them. Check out the following grade-level recommendations to keep STEM learning exciting and engaging all summer long.

For grades K-8:

Flexible Learning Series: Online learning modules supported by creative, hands-on challenges that promote STEM thinking and learning. 

Storybooks: Digital storybooks that enhance concepts with real-life applications of engineering in a cultural, global context. (View Example)

Hands-on Materials: On-the-Go Kits and Try It! Kits offer the materials needed for every student to complete hands-on design challenges. 

For grades 3-8:

Engineering Adventures ® (Grades 3 – 5): Meaningful, real-world, open-ended challenges to engage students in engineering activities and build confidence.

Engineering Everywhere ® (Grades 6 – 8): Interactive units to promote problem solving and explore the Engineering Design Process.

Flexible implementation models and detailed instructional support ensure that educators have everything they need to promote STEM learning. And real-world, hands-on activities excite students to become lifelong learners. Click here to learn more about our summer STEM solutions or contact your EiE Representative!

Written by EiE Team

Topics: Engineering Habits of Mind, Out-of-School time, EiE Resources for Teachers, Early Childhood STEM Education, Engineering Everywhere, Afterschool, Afterschool/Summer Camp, Wee Engineer, Early Engineering, Engineering Adventures, Engineering is Elementary, STEM Implementation, Computer Science, MOS at School, Social Emotional Learning

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