Blended Learning

While most textbook companies first write content and then drop in related activities, STEMscopes was written with the hands-on activities first, resulting in more effective curriculum. Combining digital resources, print, and hands-on kits helps students develop a more complete sense of STEM by learning content through a variety of modalities—increasing engagement by fostering a blended learning environment while empowering both traditional instruction and 1-to-1 classrooms.

Enhance Literacy with Hands-on Materials

STEMscopes NGSS 3D kits include all materials needed to conduct hands-on activities. With individually packaged materials, setup is fast, materials waste is eliminated, and cooperative student grouping is easy. Enhance student learning by putting STEM literally in their hands.

  1. Individually labeled for each lesson for easy, grab-and-go preparation
  2. Support kinesthetic learning through hands-on investigations
  3. Give context to the content students learn by modeling the function of STEM phenomena in the real world
Hands-on Kit

Hands-on Kits

  • Contain reusable and consumable items for hands-on activities
  • Packaged for each scope
  • Serves 24 students (grades K-4) or 32 students (grades 5-8)
*Does not contain common school supplies (e.g., paper, glue, scissors) or basic equipment.

Consumable Kits

  • Contain only consumable items
  • Refillable for extended use across multiple classroom sections
  • Serves 24 students (grades K-4) or 32 students (grades 5-8)
Consumable Kit

Basic Equipment Kits

  • Contain basic equipment schools need to implement hands-on science (e.g., hand lenses, measuring tools, safety goggles)
  • Recommended: one per teacher as needed
Basic Science Equipment

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