Enhance students’ STEM skills with STEM Sports multi-sports kit and curriculum
The net results from this Multi-Sport will outgain all others. Netting lessons from STEM Hockey, STEM Lacrosse, and STEM Tennis, students will rely on blended play and sports, love the academics, and ace their assessment scores! Athleticism nor excellence in science matters in this equitable curriculum. Students will learn about:
In sum, students will earn high marks by applying and playing three great net-influenced sports.
STEM Hockey Module 1 – Skating in the Zone
STEM Hockey Module 2 – Playing on Ice
STEM Lacrosse Module 3 – Kinetic Energy in Lacrosse
STEM Lacrosse Module 4 – Wearable Technology
STEM Tennis Module 5 – I’d Love to Keep Score
STEM Tennis Module 6 – May the Force be with You!
STEM Tennis Module 7 – Let’s Serve
STEM Tennis Module 8 – Advancements in Tennis
Each STEM Multi-Sport, Net Edition kit comes with one (1) STEM Multi-Sport Net Edition Curriculum Manual, Five (5) Right Hand Hockey Sticks, One (1) Left Hand Hockey Stick, Six (6) Floor Hockey Pucks, Six (6) Lacrosse Sticks, Six (6) Lacrosse Balls, Six (6) Tennis Rackets, Six (6) Tennis Balls, One (1) Radar Gun, Six (6) Digital Stopwatches, Six (6) 25 Foot Tape Measures, One (1) Digital Weight Scale, One (1) Masking Tape Roll, and Twenty-Four (24) Disc Cones.
STEM Multi-Sport, Net Edition includes activities and lessons surrounding hockey, lacrosse, and tennis.
Each manual contains content for a minimum of 16 hours of instruction that includes healthy, physical activity. All of the supplies in the kit are non-perishable and are designed to last for several years. Some supplied items may need to be replaced over time.
No training or professional development is required in order to implement STEM Sports curricula.
Yes, lessons are designed for use in both indoor and outdoor settings. A grass field, tennis court, etc. is recommended for ease of implementation and hands-on activities, but not required.
Yes, digital resources are available for all of our STEM Sports kits by visiting the digital tools link found in your curriculum manual.
Each curriculum has eight lessons aligned with Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and/or Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and/or National Standards for K-12 Physical Education.