2020-21 ordering is still open!

With the uncertainty of how COVID will impact instruction in the fall of 2020, the Einstein Project is developing supports for remote learning for all of our new units from the Smithsonian. We aim to help you in planning and delivering the high-quality instruction that you have come to know with our kits in a remote learning environment. This will include lesson by lesson materials for you to deploy in your school's learming management system. This will allow you to spend more time focusing on student learning and progress and less time on making sure that you got all of your hyperlinks correct!

Introducing our new Maker Kits!

Unleash their creativity!

Dream it. Design it. Build it!  Today's students are the problem solvers of tomorrow.  They are filled with creativity and potential.  Are you providing them enough opportunities to unleash it?  The maker movement is flourishing in schools across the world.  From the small tinker spaces in underutilized libraries to high-tech Fab Labs in many high schools, students are finding opportunities to bring their ideas to life.

Our maker kits give you a solid foundation of skill development by offering instructional projects that result in a functional piece. These are ideal “springboards” toward taking on personally meaningful and creative pursuits. Along with the maker kits, our maker challenges help to build the grit and collaboration skills that are a vital part of the creative economy.

The Maker Mindset!

What does it take to be a maker?  Makerspace activities vary greatly, but they all range from short term and less structured to long term and more structured. 

For more information contact us at einstein@einsteinproject.org