Easy Kids Science Experiment: How to Make a Rain Gauge in 30 Minutes.
Learn how to make a rain gauge in 30 minutes at home with your kids. It's a easy kid science experiment they can do with a bottle of water.
Cardboard Projects for Kids: Exploring Physics with Balloon-Powered Cars
In this STEM tutorial, learn how a nice cardboard project for kids. A nice balloon-powered car made with a balloon and a cardboard.
National Robotics Week 2023: Fun things to do in DC with your kids.
If you are looking for fun things to do in DC with your kids, come join us a STEM event focusing robotics programming for kids.
Electronics project for kids: How to learn Arduino programming with push-button controlled LED
You are new to electronics and coding and looking for projects for you and your kids. Learn the basics of electronics by turning on a LED
Arduino Day 2023: STEM Robotics and coding Show and tell - Things to do in DC with your kids
You are looking for things to do with your kids in the DC area such as DIY projects, how to learn electronics and more, Come join us in DC
Pi day projects ideas for 2023: Easy STEM activities with paper for kids
Come join us for pi day 2023 for a virtual STEM activities for your kids. This STEM event will be online and dedicated to technology activit
STEM activities for elementary children: How to make a car with a spool of thread
Learn how to make a cheap STEM project for elementary school. You only need cheap recycled objects to get started.
Online STEM class for kids: Code an electronic board from Scratch
Come join this live STEM event for kids. It will focus on how to code for electronic boards. Use the required software and electronics aroun
Online STEM demonstration for kids: Learn how to make an electronic board from Scratch
Come joins us for a free STEM live event for kids. It will focus on how to make a electronic board from scratch with basic electronics com
Scratch Week 2022: Learn coding robot with Lego
Come join us on Scratch week 2022 for a STEM online event to learn coding robot with Lego. More precisely how to code a Lego robot with Scra