Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programing combines the experiential learning, hands-on education and inquiry based science to support youth in developing a variety of skills including critical thinking, team work and communication.
Activities to Grab ‘n’ Grow
STEM on a Dime
Resources for quality science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) activities that are inexpensive.
Science of Agriculture
Chicks in the Classroom
Materials for teaching chicken embryology to Kindergarten – 4th grade.
Adopt a Cow
Virtual program for students to follow their "adopted" cow and calf through-out the school year.
Think, Make, Create Mobile Labs
Through a partnership with the South Dakota Afterschool Network (SDAN), the Think, Make, Create Mobile maker space labs are available for 4-H programs to create engaging STEM opportunities.
Youth who experience the labs will be involved in tinkering and hands-on learning that is designed to promote critical thinking, creativity, and independence.
Additional Activity Resources
- Discover Engineering
- How to SMILE (Science and Math Informal Learning Educators)
- Science Buddies
- Teach Engineering
- NASA STEM Engagement
- Design Squad Nation