The problem facing all educators, early elementary through high school, is that few classrooms have ever taught science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) effectively. Many educators are now questioning if they’ve ever really taught students science, and if not, what effective STEM instruction is and what it looks like. To help address this, sixteen states have adopted the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), with 24 more states showing interest. But navigating NGSS is challenging; educators are often left on their own when it comes to developing and implementing programs and curriculum that help them meet these new standards. We’re working to fill this gap by providing teachers and students with hands-on STEM science education activities that meet NGSS requirements. We’re developing science projects and lesson plans that are tied directly to NGSS requirements across specific class grades and science subjects. And best of all – students will have access to creative and inspiring projects that require them to build, code, learn, and collaborate in the wonderful world of software, hardware, electronics, and engineering.