A collection of exciting hands-on engineer activities for the family to build together. All the experiments are made of very simple materials you can find around the house or stationery stores. Book design by ioanacolor.com
NASA's BEST Activities Guides have been designed to bring the principles of engineering alive to younger audiences. The activities can be used as in-school curriculum or after-school clubs; as a set or individually.
Build a Spaghetti Bridge in this Sciencenter engineering activity at Howtosmile.org. Test the bridge's strength by piling on marshmallows, raw pasta and coins. How does the shape of the building materials affect the bridge's strength?
This STEM activity is a great way to incorporate the engineering design process into your classroom or afterschool program! This hands-on activity is an engaging design challenge that allows students to work in teams, apply the engineering design process, and connect math topics to real-world applications. Our students have loved this activity, and we know yours will too!
PhysicsQuest is a story-based activity that exposes middle school students to the fun and relevance of science. APS provides a free PhysicsQuest kit to registered 6-9th grade physical science classes, home school groups, science clubs, and after-school programs. The kit includes a user's manual and materials for four physics experiments.