Games, quizzes, projects, and videos for kids to explore all areas of STEM.
Includes resources for students, teachers, and parents on science fair projects. If you need ideas for a project, need help figuring out how to do a science project, grading rubrics, or want to ask a specific question, this site will help!
A list of STEM sites for kids. Includes games, programs, scholarships, contests, camps, and more!
NASA's webpage for students. Includes videos, apps, blogs, projects, games, contests, and more!
STEM Scouts is an organization that allows students to get together with a group of their peers and a STEM professional to explore areas that interest them. STEM Scouts also provides a mobile lab that can come to your town or school!
Technology and Engineering programs for elementary and middle school aged children with locations in North Carolina and Madison, Wisconsin. Students can learn basic computer skills or computer programming in the offered programs.
A list of in-class engineering lesson plans and activities for elementary and middle school students. This website also includes science activities in a variety of different areas.
A handbook of STEM activities specifically focused on middle school girls. This handbook provides information regarding what you will need for the activity, how to complete the activity, and what the students will learn from the activity.
A STEM video game challenge. A national competition for students to learn about STEM while also creating video games.
Information about the STEM Education programs hosted by the University of Iowa Medical Student Ambassador Program. Students enrolled in these programs will have the opportunity to work with medical students to discover the importance of STEM subjects in healthcare. Educators and parents can arrange for their child to attend an event at the university or have a medical student ambassador come to the classroom.