Step right up to our summer science carnival! Be an engineer and design a carnival tent from newspapers as you learn what shapes make structures strong.

STEM Challenge: Which paper shape is the strongest? Engineering activity for kids from Creekside Learning.

Engineering Books & Activities for Kids - learn about structures, physics and how things are built with these fun reads, games and activities.

STEM Activities: Make geometric bubbles that mimic tensile structures. Great engineering project for kids!

Try MSI's summer science carnival activities and have fun while learning. Design and race boats for a lesson in pressure.

Simple Summer | Ideas for daily, weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly activities to keep summer interesting.

Throw a science-themed carnival with these 8 free hands-on activities from the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago

How strong is paper? #Science A lot stronger when it's rolled up!

Try this twist on a classic carnival game. Experiment with variables as you launch a marble down a ski jump to land in a DIY skeeball target. It's part of MSI's summer science carnival!

Test your strength against gravity with this solar system high striker game. It's one of MSI's summer science carnival activities.

Rev up the excitement at a backyard summer science carnival with this stomp rocket daredevil!

Rainbow Science Experiments for Kids

Great ideas for outdoor math and science for kids...

This is a great collection of alphabet activities from No Time For Flash Cards.

50 awesome alphabet activities. Fine motor, gross motor, outdoor, creative, matching, etc.

Gift guide: Top S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) Picks for all ages - engineering

Museum of Science and Industry | Summer Brain Games

Cool science for kids

Fun science carnival activities from MSI. Learn about pressure with this water blaster and target.

19 Edible Kitchen Science Experiment! Awesome list of science projects kids can make and eat too. Great list for summer for Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd-6th grade elementary students.