Engineering Kids Futures
The IET has joined forces with over 150 world-leading engineers, STEM ambassadors, professional institutions, and celebrities to urge the Government to help tackle the UK’s engineering skills shortage by embedding engineering into current primary school learning and support. #EngineeringKidsFutures
Easter for primary
Spring has sprung and what better way to celebrate than with eggs and chocolate, whilst still achieving your curriculum goals!
From graphic products making Easter cards to linking works and numbers on cracked egg shells, and even creating an Easter egg using papier mâché and a balloon. There is something to engage all young learners this springtime!
Easter for secondary
Have you ever wanted to fire chocolate from a catapult, drop an egg from a great height or transport an egg in a self-built racer? Well now you can and it would all be in the name of science.
These resources can be used to engage your students this Easter with all activities available to do both at home or at school.
Free STEM resources for primary and secondary school children
Home learning teaching resources and activities for 4-16 years old (Key Stage 1, KS2, KS3 and KS4) including lesson plans, handouts and videos.
Look at me now
Look at me now explores which toys and dreams our engineers had as children and how they’ve influenced what they’re doing now – sharing these great stories from around the world.
Discover your inner inventor
Starting with a cardboard box, we're asking children to consider all the possible creations they'd like to make. Why not make a castle with a drawbridge, use a Micro:bit from school in the design, or reuse recycled and everyday objects around the home to create a fun, STEM masterpiece this festive season?
Digital literacy resources
Created with the assistance of Archives of IT, these new resources will take your students on a journey to improve their digital literacy using computers and technologies in school and at home.
Santa Loves STEM
Santa's STEM Workshop
Light the way for young minds this festive season, using our Christmas resources. Have fun in the classroom or at home, learning numbers with our dress the elf maths activity, make yummy Rudolph shaped thumbprint cookies, learn about oxidization by testing reactions of reindeer treats and create parachutes to deliver toys. There is something for everyone to enjoy over the holidays.
Voiced by Andy Day (children’s TV presenter) we take children on a Christmas journey to help us create a more sustainable world.