“The Engineering Together Fun at Home page is the perfect resource for families looking for fun and educational activities. It’s filled with new and unique activities if you’re looking for something fun to do as a family at home! The team always keeps the page updated too, so you can continuously check back for something new.
The last year has been quite the challenge with Coronavirus, so to be able to find up to date pages filled with family activities is so helpful. My family is actually having a get together tomorrow to try out these fun activities all together! I can’t thank the team at Engineering Together enough for their support. If you find a fun activity feel free to send it over to them – they are so friendly! “
We have added another wonderful website to our Fun at Home section following a great suggestion from Maddie. She has found lots of things to do with her family and friends during lockdown. We look forward to seeing them working in STEM in the future…
“Some of our favourite things to do as a family over this last year have been family movie and game nights (we love board games)! My son and husband have been playing old video games, and my daughter and I have done a bunch of crafts and activities together. With summer near, I want to have some new and fun games and activities we can enjoy over the next few months.
The Fun at Home page http://engineeringtogether.com/fun-at-home/ was perfect in leading me to a bunch of new, fun, and educational activities! Thank you so much for taking the time to put this page together. This is exactly what I was looking for!
Maddie’s motivation and optimism inspires me! She has kept a positive attitude through this entire pandemic and I think it’s really cool that she found an educational activities page on her own. She actually shared it with her group of girl friends and they think it’s really cool too! “
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week is a community-wide campaign that has taken place every November since 2013. The Week is all about showcasing modern engineering careers to young people, their teachers, parents and other influencers.
Our very own Tees Valley based High Tide Foundation interviewed Paula to shine a spotlight on the world of engineering and opportunities in the sector.
Hello, I am Leonie Briggs a science teacher and STEAM lead at a large secondary school in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Voluntary I am a STEM Ambassador plus Crest Assessor taking on these roles with the aim of inspiring a new generation into an interest and career in STEM. I’m passionate about this as believe these young people will provide fantastic opportunities benefitting us all for many years to come.
Lockdown brought a great number of challenges but ever the optimist I began on a mission to turn a negative into a positive really thinking about people of all ages at home. Taking to my teacher twitter @MrsBriggsDA I began completing science and STEM at home experiments following a step by step guide to allow everyone to join in no matter of age, ability or location.
All materials were available around the house using safe equipment and no stress, independent learning. Included are just a sample of worksheets you’d be able to complete at home. Some are demonstrated here on YouTube…
And here are a sample of my worksheets
News soon spread and I was honoured to be involved in STEM Ambassadors live! it was heart warming to watch thousands of people up and down the country performing my exploding rainbows experiments from the event. My aim was then to include rainbows in a number of my experiments as a symbol of hope during these difficult times. I’ve lost count of the number of experiments now completed to allow everyone to follow along!