Parent Resources

Spangler Science

https://www.stevespanglerscience.com/club/

Monthly subscription of science projects from Steve Spangler, science teacher who specializes in developing science related toys. Steve has appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres show and Ellen said, “Steve Spangler is the science teacher you always wanted to have in high school.”  Check out SteveSpanglerScience.com for hundreds of videos, science projects, and a whole lot more.

Learning Resources

https://www.learningresources.com/home.do

Educational toys from ages 2 – 6, grades toddler to 5th.

bitsbox

https://bitsbox.com/

A box filled with everything kids ranging from 6-12 years in age need to start learning to write software code. Uses any computer, tablet, or phone that has a web browser.

Crate

http://www.kiwicrate.com/

These are fun crates filled with tools to allow you child to experience hands on different careers. They have something for kids ranging in age from 3 – 16 covering science, art, engineering and more.

STEM

http://www.stemcenterusa.com/

Centers that promote hands on Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) experiences for kids.

NAPE

National Alliance for Partnership in Equity (NAPE)’s Vision: Every person is able to fulfill his or her potential through equal access to and equity in educational options that lead to the entire spectrum of career choices. Their focus is on nontraditional career choices and STEM fields.

hundreds of camps

http://www.careercornerstone.org/forparents.htm

Career Cornerstone Center provides a wealth of information to explore careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computing, and healthcare. It includes projects, activities, podcasts and a lot more to help you work with your kids.

The STEM Laboratory has lots of kits to purchase and free project ideas for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, and second graders.

Hour of Code one hour introduction to computer coding.

Bits and Bricks on line computer code tutorial by LEGO.

Science Buddies includes projects, camps, toys, all focused on science.

 

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