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Engineering for All | Afterschool/Summer Camp | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | EiE for Families | Thursday, July 22

Supporting STEM Learning with OSU’s Family Engagement Center

Our friends at Ohio State University’s Family Engagement Center are known for their incredible resources to support family learning. In their most recent newsletter, they featured our activities for STEM learning at home.

Engineering Everywhere | Engineering Adventures | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Tuesday, July 20

Celebrate the Moon Landing Anniversary with Activities by NASA!

July 20, 1969 was One Giant Leap for Mankind! Now, 52 years later, we are celebrating the anniversary of the moon landing with activities brought to you by NASA.

Engineering Habits of Mind | Early Childhood STEM Education | Engineering Design Process | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Thursday, July 15

3 Ways We Use the Engineering Design Process Everyday

The Engineering Design Process was designed with elementary engineers in mind, but did you know it's useful outside the STEM classroom? When used as a problem-solving tool, the EDP process: Ask, Imagine, Plan, Create, and Improve can be used for just about any question your learners come across!

Out-of-School time | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Engineering Activities | Friday, June 25

Bringing STEM Home: Rock Identification and Vinegar Test

We know that kids are natural scientists, engineers and mathematicians. Keeping them engaged and learning at home and in our communities helps to build on their natural curiosity and see opportunities for learning in their everyday surroundings. As part of our Bringing STEM Home series, we’ve come up with easy, free or low cost at-home activities and experiments for learners in K-8th grade. 

Out-of-School time | Create a Generation of Problem Solvers | Engineering Activities | Tuesday, June 22

Bringing STEM Home: Cloud Identification and Our Place in Space

We know that kids are natural scientists, engineers and mathematicians. Keeping them engaged and learning at home and in our communities helps to build on their natural curiosity and see opportunities for learning in their everyday surroundings. As part of our Bringing STEM Home series, we’ve come up with easy, free or low cost at-home activities and experiments for learners in K-8th grade. 

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