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Bug and Insect STEM Roundup

Get hands-on this summer with bug, worm, or flying insect science!


Fourth of July Science

Science that fits right in with summer celebrations--fireworks, water bottle rockets, and more!


Solar Power Roundup

Hands-on STEM projects for K-12 students interested in alternative energy and the power of the Sun.


Creative Science and Engineering for Kids

Exciting DIY and "maker"-style projects for creative kids.


Backyard Bird Science

Summer bird watching projects may help build and reinforce important science observation and recordkeeping skills.


Your Guide to Science Activities for Summer Break

Super science, technology, engineering, and math activities that kids can do at home during summer break.


Colorful STEM Projects for Summer Science Fun

Planning summer science? Check this list of bright and colorful STEM activities that are perfect for exciting hands-on science at home.


Student Science for DNA Day

Explore genetics and genomics STEM projects for K-12 students.


Environmental Education STEM Project Roundup!

Science Buddies has great ideas for hands-on science projects and activities students can do to learn more about environmental science.


Celebrate National Robotics Week with Student Robotics

Our robotics engineering collection has great ideas to explore during National Robotics Week or any time!


Sniffing Out the Science of Smell

Explore the human sense of smell with a collection of smelly science projects!


Egg Science for K-12 Students

Eggs are full of science potential—no yolk joke!


Spring Break Science: STEM at Home

A collection of great science activities and projects that would be fun for students over Spring Break.

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