How far can blood splatter? Students from Jurupa Hills High School measure blood splatter at the San Bernardino Sheriff’s department.
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|Engineering is Elementary: Engineering & Technology Lessons for Children!||The Engineering is Elementary (EiE) project fosters engineering and technological literacy among children through hands-on storybook challenges.||5th – 12th|
|STEM Education – It’s Elementary||U.S. News & World Report outlines the importance of STEM K-12 education.||Pre-K – 2nd|
|Discovery Education||Discovery Education supports teachers in accelerating student achievement, bringing the world of Discovering into classrooms to ignite students’ natural curiosity.||Pre-K – 12th|
|Science Channel||Discover television programs that teach about science, technology, space, prehistory, and animals||Pre K - 12th|
|How Stuff Works||From steam technology to the Spanish Inquisition – learn how just about anything and everything works.||Pre K - 12th|
|PBS Learning Media||Access a variety of resource that help you teach STEM in your classroom.||Pre K - 12th|
|Building Speed||Learn about the science behind making winning stock cars.
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|Life After Middle School||Help your students make the connection between their day-to-day classroom routine and the development of their future by discovering the relevance of STEM all||4th - 8th|
|The National Academy of Engineering: EngineerGirl!||Learn about how women can make significant contributions to the engineering field.||4th - 12th|
|Engineer Your Life: A Guide to Engineering for High School Girls||A guide to engineering for high school girls.||9th - 12th|