Celebrate National STEM Days with These Fall Inspired STEM Projects

posted: 11/08/16
by: Amanda Mushro

Today is National STEM Day, and is a day meant to inspire kids of all ages to explore and pursue their interests in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. So as we are encouraging our kids to explore and dive right into these areas of STEM, help your kids turn your home into a STEM lab with these fall inspired STEM projects.

Ever wonder how birds migrate and not get lost? This video help explain how and why birds migrate!

If your kids like making volcanos, then they will love making a pumpkin volcano.

After your kids are done with these edible apple bubbles, they can enjoy snacking on delicious fall apples.

Have way too much Halloween candy hanging around your house? Let your kids use it in a few candy science experiments.

You don't need a garden to grow these pumpkins, your kids can plant pumpkins inside of other pumpkins and learn about what these tiny plants need to grow.

Have you ever wondered why some pine cones open and others do not? Help your kids find out why with this pine cone experiment.

Take your kids on a scavenger hunt outside and then use what they find to put their math and engineering skills to the test to make these leaf sculptures.

Turning a pumpkin into a clock? Sounds crazy but your kids can make one in honor of National STEM Day!