Author: Amy Cowen
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Sharpie Tie-Dye is a great way to add colorful and creative STEM to the holidays and winter break.
With a few basic ingredients, you can conjure up "whipping cream" food-science fun for both tots and teens.
With copper tape, an LED, and a coin cell battery, students can transform ordinary greeting cards into fun light up cards.
With gumdrops and toothpicks, kids can make a dome and explore the math behind a geodesic dome.
Line up science, technology, engineering, and math activities to inspire and excite kids over winter break.
Paper Inventions contains a wide-ranging collection of paper-based "to do" projects for student makers.
Next time you visit a mall, watch a movie, or play a video game, pay attention to the music you hear.
The BlueBot: 4-in-1 Robotics Kit lets students try four different robots, for four times the building fun!
Celebrate Computer Science Education Week with an Hour of Code and inspiring photos from a girlSPARC workshop.
Science Buddies hopes to help students discover exciting STEM career options, even in areas of science they may not have considered.
Explore the science of radioactive decay with a safe hands-on family STEM activity.
Berkeley freshman and Bio-Rad essay winner Kainat Shaikh offers an insightful look at the value of science education for today's students.
Explore the physics of sound as you make music using wine glasses in this family STEM activity.
Experiment with different styles of ears to see how the size and shape of ears changes what you may be able to hear in this family STEM activity.
Explore football science with sports-focused STEM projects.