After-­/Out-of-school Activities

Learning opportunities involving engineering experiences are not limited to classrooms.

This collection of activities are engineering experiences for preK-12 students (and sometimes their families) outside a classroom setting.  These could take place either in a school building after school hours or in settings outside of school, such as museums or science centers.  Some of these resources provide detailed plans for student learning, similar to lessons, but designed for groups outside a classroom. Other resources provide information, ideas, and/or insight for developing entire after-/out-of-school programs.

As with other resources on this site, LinkEngineering members are creating this collection by posting the after-/out-of-school activities they find or use along with notes and questions. Other members then comment and add additional information about how they have used or might adapt this idea. 

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