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STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

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STEM is present in every part of our lives. Jameco is committed to supporting and improving STEM education. We offer a variety of products to encourage hands-on learning and student engagement. Jameco also offer unique kitting opportunities for clubs and institutions.

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Kits You'll Love


Horizon Solar Hydrogen Education Kit

Solar Hydrogen

Create a mini power system that can store solar energy in the form of hydrogen. The hydrogen can then be used later by the fuel cell to power a small motor

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Science Buddies: Bristlebot Classroom Kit

Bristlebot

This classroom set lets you do hands-on explorations covering engineering, problem solving, electrical circuits, friction, mass, and recycling.

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3220 Point Breadboard & Wire Jumper Bundle

Bristlebot

Jumper wire kits and breadboards go together like peanut butter and jelly. 22 AWG wire kits contain various pre-formed lengths and colors to easily trace and build circuits.

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Discover Arduino Kit

Discover Arduino Kit

This electronics+Arduino kit teaches how to set up and program an Arduino while giving you a strong foundation in the electronics design needed to make cool projects. This class in a box and online videos make learning easy.

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Hydraulic Arm Edge Kit

Hydraulic Arm Edge Kit

Have total command and visual manipulation using the science principles of a Hydraulic system and its application. Easy to follow instructions with detailed graphic illustrations pave the way for successful and satisfying kit building.

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BBC micro:bit Microcontroller

Bristlebot

Pocket-sized code-able microcontroller designed for all sorts of cool creations, from robots to musical instruments; the possibilities are endless. It has a boat-load of features including bluetooth perfect for compact designs.

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Websites to reference:

http://www.teachhub.com/stem-vs-steam-what-is-better
https://www.wherelearningclicks.com/stem-vs-steam/