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These are short instruction packets for individual projects that we have vetted. Some are appropriate for young kids, some for older students, and some are for adults. The number in parentheses indicates the relative age level (coming soon). Many are from the Instructable.com website, but we use other sources as well. Most of these projects are made using junk, so they tend to be inexpensive (but not all). If you have a great "instructable" to share, send it along to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a list of STEM sites that contain explanations, descriptions, activities, lesson plans amd lots of other stuff related to STEM. All of the sites have been reviewed by our staff, but the list has not been updated in a year, so some links may no longer be active.
If you have a site that you would like to recommend, please send it to us and if we agree that it is a worthwhile site, we will add it to the list.
These Science at Home activities can be printed out and reproduced on 41/2" by 5 1/2" card stock and handed out as part of a Family Science Fun Night at schools, scouting events, or in the classroom. These are very short projects which demonstrate some interesting scientific principal or phenomenon. More will be added, including neat math, engineering, and technology activities, so check back often!