Science Club

We have been writing STEM science lessons for over ten years. All of that work was done on contract for various organizations and universities including NSTA, University of Toledo, University  of Cincinnati,  and Purdue University.

In 2018, we took a break to work on some individual projects. One of those was a home science club called STEM Family Fun. We operated the club as a small group under the sponsorship of our church, Cedar Creek. The club was open to students in grades 2-5. Each student was required to bring an adult or older sibling.  Over the course of the first year we had weekly meetings and saw terrific bonding between the adults and kids.

Over the next few months we will be adding resources and blog posts dedicated to helping science clubs and similar  learning organizations.

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STEM clubs are a great way for adults and kids to work together on challenging problems.

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