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Engineering is Elementary (EiE) is a new research-based series of 20 curriculum units for grades 1-5 developed by the Boston Museum of Science

Engineering is Elementary (EiE) is a new research-based series of 20 curriculum units for grades 1-5 developed by the Boston Museum of Science

EiE activities include real-world problem-solving such as designing bridges, windmills, water filters, plant pollinators, alarm circuits, erosion control, solar-powered homes, dams, prosthetics, and more.

EiE activities include real-world problem-solving such as designing bridges, windmills, water filters, plant pollinators, alarm circuits, erosion control, solar-powered homes, dams, prosthetics, and more.

EiE activities include real-world problem-solving such as designing bridges, windmills, water filters, plant pollinators, alarm circuits, erosion control, solar-powered homes, dams, prosthetics, and more.
EiE lessons engage students in engineering design challenges while meeting state content expectations for core subjects.
EiE introduces elementary students to engineering and technology concepts and skills.
Engineering is Elementary (EiE) is a new research-based series of 20 curriculum units for grades 1-5 developed by the Boston Museum of Science
Engineering is Elementary (EiE) is a new research-based series of 20 curriculum units for grades 1-5 developed by the Boston Museum of Science
EiE lessons engage students in engineering design challenges while meeting state content expectations for core subjects.


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