Entrepreneurial and innovative thinking are a great asset, especially during these trying and uncertain times. EntreEd would like to offer support through resources for educators and parents. We have compiled this list of resources related to entrepreneurship and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, mathematics) to provide engaging skill building activities from home. We’re all in this together and will use this experience to come back even stronger.
EntreEd’s collection of Lesson Kickstarters were created and utilized by real educators within our America’s Entrepreneurial Schools classrooms, to kickstart entrepreneurial thinking. Search by grade and subject level to find a lesson applicable to your student to try at home.
Starter High is an online program that teaches teens how to start their own businesses. Students will be inspired by the 7 stories of young entrepreneurs who are developing 21st century skills of problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration.
The series has been designed for students during a critical development period and inflection point in STEM adoption. Through this program, they demystify technology and explore the potential of the internet for social good.
Launch rockets, build robots, explore your world and beyond! A collection of STEM projects, toolkits, and contests that will take you into space without ever leaving Earth.
A collection of free, interactive, relevant, online entrepreneurship lessons available for free through June.
Over 50 lessons of STEM curriculum and project-based learning activities so educators can use Minecraft: Education Edition with their students whether they are in school, at home or in another remote learning environment. Features like classroom multiplayer allow students to collaborate on projects in their Minecraft worlds, building, planning, learning and even chatting as they work together.
Over 60 activities and lessons created around thirteen key concepts in entrepreneurial thinking along with videos from real educators to guide you through the process.
This extensive list brings STEM activities to students through activities involving household items.
In Tinkergarten® classes, trained leaders deliver activities that help kids build the skills that matter most. Try them for outdoor, play-based learning.
Students explore, evaluate and explain the world around them with project-based classroom activities, and interactive technology.
TED-Ed has a collection of high-quality, interactive, video-based lessons on a daily basis, for free. These are available in every subject and grade level.
Lemonade Day has lists of useful entrepreneurial vocabulary terms to help students identify and practice language that is necessary for building their businesses and engaging with customers.
NSF has a list of STEM activities for learners of all ages that can be practiced at an appropriate social distance.
Tutorials from Roblox Education
Free online tutorials and lesson plans that teach coding, design thinking and entrepreneurship. The Team Create feature allows students to remotely collaborate on projects together.
Activities for Kids from Left Brain Craft Brain 60+ Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math projects that will get your kids excited about learning again.
A collection of STEM and STEAM activities for all ages.
A library of many engaging STEM activities for students to do at home.