Nurture your students’ curiosity with STEM curriculum solutions! To get started, simply fill out the form on the right, and a STEM account manager will be in touch to answer your questions and provide an online tour of any programs that interest you.
STEMscopes K-12 (Science)
Each student has unique learning needs, so you need a flexible curriculum that can help all of your students exceed state standards and the Next Generation Science Standards. Available in print, digital, and kit, our science curriculum offers more than 25 resources for each lesson, and all follow the 5E + intervention and acceleration model with a phenomena-based approach to learning.
STEMscopes Early Explorer
Awaken your students’ STEM imaginations while they’re young! Complete with ELA, math, engineering, and art integration, STEMscopes Early Explorer is designed for children ages three through seven.
Simple, affordable, and a ton of fun, STEMscopes Coding requires only two things to get started: a computer with internet access, and a student who loves exploring apps on the computer. Powered by Bitsbox, STEMscopes Coding teaches students how to build, share, and customize their own apps.
Teachers are lifelong learners who love sharing their knowledge with others, and we know they’re always perfecting their craft. That’s why our sister organization, the National Institute for Technology, offers several STEM certification programs in addition to STEMscopes training that focuses on new products, best practices for teaching STEM, and more.
It's no secret that the BBC produces some of the most pristine, wonder-provoking content. So, we partnered with BBC Learning to bring you STEMscopes Streaming. Nourish your students' minds with phenomena-based footage, science news, behind-the-scenes photography and integrated activities.
Learning shouldn't be restricted to school hours. With that in mind, we partnered with Earth Echo International to create STEMrangers, an after-school program with two environmentally conscious units, ocean exploration and food and water. Both units are narrated by renowned environmentalist Philippe Cousteau.
Playing make-believe should be part of every child's education. Co-created with New York Hall of Science, DIVE-in is a makerspace engineering curriculum that encourages students to play the part of an engineer as they develop solutions for real-world problems.