With extended school closures and summer fast approaching, many parents are struggling to find the time to balance working from home and keeping their kids entertained and engaged with STEM education. The Consumer Energy Education Foundation’s goal is to keep STEM top of mind in and out of the classroom and provide resources for teachers and students.
These creative at-home STEM activities will help those who have recently become at-home educators for the first time. From family code nights and escape rooms to media contests and teacher appreciation activities, CEEF provides tools and lesson plans for students in grades K-12.
– Liz Baker, The Alaska 100