STEM MULTI-SPORT CURRICULUM
STEM Multi-Sport is an engaging educational enrichment program that includes an eight-module curriculum rooted in Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core. STEM Multi-Sport takes two modules from each of our ball sports (basketball, football, soccer, and volleyball) and formulates one project-based curriculum designed to teach students collaboration and strategic problem-solving skills through investigation driven by the sports they love.
What Is the STEM Multi-Sport Kit?
The STEM Multi-Sport program incorporates essential sports basics such as shooting (basketball), throwing (football), kicking (soccer), and general game-play into its curriculum to help students understand the science behind the sports they love. Participants receive access to a sports-themed kit that includes a teacher's manual, sporting equipment, and other necessary items in order for the program to be implemented. Designed for flexibility, the Multi-Sport kit can be used during school hours, in after-school programs, and in summer camp settings time and time again.
STEM Multi-Sport Kits
A STEM Multi-Sport kit is priced at $1,699 and can reach hundreds of students over several years. Each STEM Multi-Sport kit comes with one (1) teacher's manual, six (6) youth size footballs, six (6) foam footballs, six (6) Light Touch volleyballs, six (6) soccer balls, five (5) outdoor basketballs, six (6) pairs of Cutters gloves, six (6) heart rate monitors, six (6) 25’ tape measures, six (6) digital timers, six (6) rolls of masking tape, one (1) weight scale, one (1) spool of fishing line, one (1) box of 500 toothpicks, one (1) package of 100 straws, six (6) ribbon spools, five (5) training pinnies/jerseys, two (2) ball bags, one (1) set of inflation needles, and one (1) ball pump.
Each STEM Multi-Sport kit is priced at $1,699.
Scientific Method (Salt and Pepper)
Probability and Penalty Kicks
Arm Strength – Youth Football vs. Foam Football
Advancements in Shoe Technology (Basketball)
Engineering Design Process (Volleyball)
Calculating Calories and Heart Rate (Soccer)
Technological Advancements and Improved Quarterback Play
Tracking with Technology (Basketball)