5 Ways to Get Black Kids Excited About STEM

 Father and Son Reading Together

Show kids that STEM is a part of their everyday life.

From the products they use (chemistry, botany and geology) to the air they breathe (ecology and physiology) and the toys they enjoy (technology and physics). The National Environmental Education Foundation is a great site for problem hunting, according to Middle Web. The site correctly avows: “Solutions to 21st century environmental challenges often result from STEM knowledge and skills. Hands-on environmental education projects enrich STEM learning and offer an exciting opportunity to engage more students in STEM. On the Greening STEM section on this site, you’ll find ideas for relevant problems.