The following are resources for educators looking to enhance STEM education in their classroom.
MastersInDataScience - A complete guide to STEM for kids (K-12) organized by age and interest, and a section specifically focused on resources and activities for girls
Design Squad Nation - Interactive website with video, ideas, and educator resources for design and engineering.
DiscoverE- Lists engineering events by area
Making Stuff - PBS Program about science and engineering - local events for the Science Cafe.
Engineering Your Life - Inspire girls interested in engineering, includes video and projects.
SciGirls - SciGirls is a program directed towards girls with interest in science. The interactive site has video, games, and activities. lesson plan link
Turtle Art - Turtle Art is an activity with a Logo-inspired graphical "turtle" that draws colorful art based on Scratch-like snap-together visual programming elements.
Girls Go Tech - Girl Scouts engineering, science, and math.
Pico Crickets - A PicoCricket is a tiny computer that can make things spin, light up, and play music. Engineering, science, and art all mixed into one. PicoCrickets are similar to LEGO robotics kits.
Scratch - Create your own interactive stories, games, music, and art with animation.
Engineer Girl - Website created by the National Academy of Engineering with resources, contests, links, readings, etc for girls interested in engineering.