At-Home STEM Activities for Kids- June 2020 Roundup

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As we head into summer vacation and many of us are still at home, I have curated a roundup of creative and fun and mostly free STEM activities your kids can do at home. I have included an assortment of opportunities that you can pick and choose from. You will find experiments, science activities, hands-on

2020 Online STEM Summer Camps

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With the uncertainties of COVID-19, the summer camp experience will be different this year. In some states it may be permitted, while in others it will not. How can you give your STEM enthusiast an absorbing, structured summer experience without sending him or her to an in-person camp? In response to this need, a number

At-Home STEM Activities for Kids- May 2020 Roundup

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In this monthly roundup, I am continuing to share STEM activities your kids can do at home for free.  If you want more ideas for learning opportunities that won’t require a lot of your time, check out my recent post that includes fun and free kid-friendly activities. And, if you are looking for a structured

Boston Area STEM Activities for Kids- March 2020 Roundup

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Springtime in Massachusetts means many outstanding STEM activities for your consideration. I hope you find something in today’s roundup that sparks your child’s interest. Summer Research Internship/Fellowship at Mass General Hospital– High School & College Students Colleagues and friends of Dr. David E. Fisher at the Cutaneous Biology Research Center (CBRC), at Massachusetts General Hospital

MIT Spark 2020: Classes (STEM & More) for Middle School Students

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Whether you are new to my blog or a long-time reader, I always enjoy getting the word out to parents about MIT’s annual Spark event for 7th and 8th-grade students. I admire this program because it’s massive in scale and full of variety. During the course of a weekend, MIT students teach middle schoolers over