A NEW STEM PROJECT                    

                                  EVERY WEEK

Applying math and science at home

has never been easier!

 How it works: 

 1) Sign up  

Every week you will receive new content to keep your Jr. Engineer engaged, learning and having fun.

 2) Get ready 

We use materials you can often find around the house, dollar store or any big box store.

3) Build, Learn, Have FUN 

100% hands-on projects that reinforce school curriculum, and enrich with real world applications in a fun and engaging way.

WHO WE ARE

Our mission is simple:

Show kids that if they can apply math and science they can build awesome things with simple materials.

 Our program is used by school boards, schools, camps, community centres and thousands of students around

North America and United Kingdom:

Toronto District School Board

York Region District School Board

York Catholic District School Boards

St. Vrain ISD

Katy ISD

Greater Rochester area Rec Centres

Edmonton Public Schools

Hawaii DOE

Ontario Camps Association

City of Vaughan

Lake Moses Parks and Rec

Henrietta Parks and Rec

and many more...

"We wish we could teach every child around the world, our online program allows us to do just that"

Reuven Tzalmona,

Founder, Director of Awesome

WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT

"A bad workman will never find a good tool".

French Proverb

EDUCATIONAL

Our projects reinforce curriculum material in a fun and engaging way.  While building, the students develop their creativity, problem solving, critical thinking and fine motor skills.

Every project comes with lessons and extensions to inspire, enrich and engage.

AFFORDABLE

Building awesome things shouldn't break the bank.

By understanding math and science we can take simple materials and build awesome things.

 

ACCESSIBLE

Our simple materials allow anyone to build and learn anywhere they are.  No need for expensive materials, just bring a desire to learn and your imagination.

 

PROJECT OF THE WEEK

When you subscribe you will receive:

1. STEM project instructional video     2. Science and/or Math lesson    3. Science, Math or Engineering challenge

 

Science

lesson

Try the Challenge

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