STEM is short form of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. But STEM itself represents much more than a collection of school subjects. It is an exciting world that goes well beyond the  walls of a classroom and into the world around us. STEM answers countless questions students (and even adults) ask every day: How much weight can a bridge hold? Why is water so important to us? etc.

      Figuring out the answers to these questions does not have to be boring and hard. You  can find solutions to such problems sitting around family, with everyday materials you have on hand.

      Students are naturally curious about the world around them, so you can support that curiosity with fun activities that both teach and entertain. The best method for learning new things starts with  the participation in STEM projects. Build your students’ confidence, passion, and interests. Make STEM familiar, accessible, exciting, and first of all, fun.