STEM Kits: Facilitating Hands-on Learning

The Raynham Public Library created over 30 STEM kits with funds from an LSTA grant.  Each kit allows users the chance to explore science, math, technology, or engineering in a hands-on, fun way.  The purpose of the kits is to give kids an opportunity to learn by doing and playing, and to foster interest in STEM.  Learn how we created the kits and promoted them by partnering with our elementary school and parks and recreation department, and how we use STEM as a way of engaging upper elementary aged kids.

Jessie McKinney, Raynham Library

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