You may know Learning Undefeated for its fleet of mobile laboratories, but we have many free resources for K-12 educators ranging from hands-on activities to video content. In honor of National STEM Day (November 8), here is a curated list of materials and activities for your classroom!
Learning Undefeated has a library of 50+ in-classroom experiments and asynchronous lesson bundles on STEM topics including biology, chemistry, computational thinking, environmental science, genetics & health, physics, earth and space science, and even artificial intelligence. Explore the curriculum library here. All curriculum resources are always free to teachers!
The Texas Mobile STEM Lab curriculum features sixteen TEKS-aligned engineering challenges for grades K-8. These model STEM activities were co-developed with TEA and designed to introduce Texas teachers and students to principles of engineering design. All hands-on activities include lesson plans, PowerPoint slides, and rubrics.
Looking to showcase STEM in a new way? Learning Undefeated’s video collections include,
- At-Home Science video experiments are designed for K-12 students to do at home, using household materials.
- STEM Rockstars career profiles highlight a young, diverse collection of STEM professionals working in a wide variety of environments.
- Spark 101 career exploration series have been built for the classroom, allowing students to learn how real challenges are addressed in business, government, nonprofits, and academic institutions.
And new resources are always being added, so sign up for the Teacher Priority Network to be notified about the latest info, including mobile laboratory visits available for your area!