Good day folks!
Here in Ontario students will be off for 3 weeks. Can anyone point me to some online Free STEM educational programs or sites? Ages 5 & 7 (7yr old soaks up STEM like a 10-12yr old).
We will be signing up for raspberry pi and we have a small robotics set. And we have several environmental and biology projects planned.
Please share ideas!
Thank you in advance!
A coworker at another HS in my district is using Tetrix MAX with freshman. Its all arduino based. I think it could work with younger kids:
Then there is a whole bunch of levels from VEX:
Scratch is a excellent beginning level coding for students who don’t have typing down yet. I linked you to the educator page.
Trinket.io and Coding Bat are other resources that are probably too advanced for the average 5-7 year old, but your more advanced one might be interested if Scratch is too simplistic (though it shouldn’t be if you get into some of the harder things)
This is good. https://academy.titansofcnc.com/
also onshape has some good self guided stuff.
Assuming kids have a computer and internet at home…
You might checkout if there are any chemistry lessons here that would interest them: https://teachchemistry.org/classroom-resources
There are ones for all ages, and they have unlocked all the resources to help teachers who are teaching chemistry remotely.
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