A World In Motion®

Our program brings Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education to life for students in grades PreK-12 with hands-on activities.

Middle School Challenges (6-8)

Fuel Cell

Students explore alternative power sources to design and build toy cars.

Core concepts include forces, Newton's laws of motion, green design, and energy transformations.

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Glider

Students design and build gliding toys.

Core concepts include forces, Newton's laws of motion, gravity, and engineering design.

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Gravity Cruiser

Students design and build vehicles powered by gravity.

Core concepts include forces, Newton's laws of motion, gravity, and engineering design.

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Motorized Toy Car

Students design and build gear-driven toys.

Core concepts include forces, speed, torque, simple machines, and gear ratios.

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Cybersecurity: Keeping Our Networks Secure

Students explore the structure of the internet and data protection.

Core concepts include internet structure and protocols, encryption and decryption methods, and marketing.

The comic book, The STEM Sagas: Virtually Rerouted, brings the challenge concepts to life while supporting the idea of collaborative problem-solving with a cast of diverse characters and exciting adventure.

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