STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. It is aimed to get kids excited and prepared to pursue one of these fields after high school and in college.
This great site lists over 200 resources to encourage kids grades K-12 to explore and develop an interest in STEM topics and hopefully careers. Some of the sources offer information about great summer camp opportunities, contests, and even scholarships. Some of the best information you can use today are:
1. This is a great site that can be used for any child K-12 who wants to learn the basics of coding and even expand on it and make their own app. This site is super user-friendly and has a ton of fun content. In addition, jt will really get any child hooking into coding and through creating visual stories and games.
2. This is a great site for any kid to use and get better with core math and literacy skills. As well, this site has many levels from beginner to advanced that has a gamification approach to learning necessary terms and solving problems.
3. Lastly, if you want a site that has more hands-on ideas and new science experiments to make. This one is chock full of great ideas. Furthermore, you can use their search tool to find something out of their 1100+ database of ideas and projects.
Go have fun exploring some of these great resources! Getting kids to enjoy and appreciate the fun that comes delving into these fields is the whole point of STEM and can spark a lifelong interest in a topic they didn’t realize was so interesting.