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Engineering Anytime, Anywhere!

Hands-on, real-world challenges. Virtual engineering exhibits. A fun quiz to find your engineering match. Research-based curricula to develop collaboration, critical thinking, and problem-solving. Learn about all the resources EiE and the Museum of Science have to offer to inspire lifelong learners.


Create a Generation of Problem Solvers

EiE® develops research-based, classroom-tested programs that empower children to become lifelong STEM learners and passionate problem solvers. Each unit has been developed to closely align with educational standards in both science and technology/engineering and can easily integrate with elementary science curricula. 

Integrating STEM into your child’s school’s PreK-8 programs develops confident, college- and career-ready learners equipped to solve the problems of the future.  

Explore EiE

Watch an EiE unit in progress and hear what students are saying.


Meet Real Engineers

Explore people using the engineering skills of creativity, breaking down problems, and iteration through the Engineering Stories virtual exhibit.

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Try Engineering as a Family!

Explore free, at home and on-the-go activities designed for family learning and fun. Activities for families with children ages 4-11 are available in both English and Spanish.

The activities help both adults and children build:

  • Confidence
  • Collaborative problem-solving skills
  • Understanding of STEM areas

Try the Activities

Encourage Children to Imagine their Future

Careers for Engineers offers a personality-style quiz that shows kids ages 7-12 how their interests connect to a career in an engineering field.

What type of career might be a match?


Take the Quiz
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"I have been using Engineering is Elementary since 2007 and have seen how student engagement increases when using well designed engineering units. In the last year I have focused on kindergarten and grade one students. When I say primary students are engineering solutions I frequently hear, "Those students can't do that!" Never underestimate the brainpower and determination of a 6 year old!"

- Annette Venegas, Science Program Specialist, Kent School District, Kent, WA