Arduinos and Eggs

Google for Education:
STEM@Brown and Brown School Elementary are proud users of Google for Education. Each of our students in K-5 has their own Student Google Ed account with an email and access to the full suite of Google on-line tools and extensions for education. You can find out more about Google Ed here:
and Google Edu for Computer Science here:  
Get inspired by the kid scientists from around the world by Google Science fair:

Google celebrates Black culture and the Black History Month:


A general celebration of science. Learn how small an atom is or how fracking works:

Dominic Wilcox's experiments with art, creativity, and invention:

STEM Take on Halloween, Google tells what costume not to wear in your town:

To celebrate our boys and girls putting their first apps on our android devices, here is a little celebration of a child coder and inventor:
and a lovely talk by Linda Liukas explaining "A delightful way to teach kids about computers".

Art and science of mazes and labyrinths: 

Art and science of mazes

Play a game of hangman, learn a new word:


Stem teaching and learning

おすとはしるよ: Art and magic, of engineering

Yoshihito ISOGAWA peculiar approach to teaching engineering with LEGOs

Atoms and molecules with LEGOs
MIT's Mind and Hand Alliance:
Full atoms and molecules resources:
Build and recognize molecules by hands on LEGOs creations:

Some science activities based on PBS shows:

A great resource of material for intro to biology from UC Davis:

Science activities from NASA:
What is an atom? slide on the standard model of the atom:
Structure and building blocks of an atom:

Carbon molecules, graphite in your pencil and diamond on your ring:

Forces and motion:
Excellent animations from UC Boulder on force, mass, friction, etc.:

Experiments from Naked Scientist:

We also thank for building some strong stem apps for iOS eco system. My favorite, Simple Machines of course.

Mr Yoshihito ISOGAWA for putting art back into LEGO's in his remarkable LEGOs Studio:

Space Elevator

More General STEM and coding activities: 
Edutopia: and in particular
...and the awesome Tynker:

Financial literacy
Mississippi Council on Economic Education (MCEE) 's Financial Literacy workshops for teachers:

Resource Apple uses in their Edu effort:

Educational Content
Common Sense Education
DreamBox Learning
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Renaissance Learning

Programming Languages and Robotics
Join Scratch community on-line @ Scratch.MIT:
Join SNAP! (Scratch on steroids) community on-line @ SNAP! at Berkeley:
Learn Scratch with Google @ CS-First:

Python Documentation Python Software Foundation:

Learn Python, Ruby, or JavaScript:


Women Code!

Women Who Code:

Black Girls code:

Robotics, Hardware, IoT (Internet of Things)

A resources for aspiring roboticist  and tinkerers, those who wish to design, build, program, and experiment with robots.


One of the best known cheap ($35) general purpose computers. Tons of great projects on their website, YouTube and elsewhere.


Legendary open hardware project that galvanized open hardware revolution

Lego MindStorms and WeDo:

Lego's educational extensions geared towards introducing students to robotics and engineering early.



Great starter kits for the first intro to robotics, internet of things, and general gadget design. 

Ada Fruit:

Videos, tutorial, intro materials and gadgets. Adafruit was founded in 2005 by MIT engineer, Limor "Ladyada" Fried. Her goal was to create the best place online for learning electronics and making the best designed products for makers of all ages and skill levels.

Texas Instruments CC2650:  SimpleLink Sensor Tag
A development platform that powers the Internet of Things, a development kit that combines sensor data with cloud connectivity

Internet of Things Software:

Alchemy and other APIs from IBM's Bluemix:

Operating systems:


Linux (Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, Android, Chromebook)

Kali (Linux for "Ethical Hacking" and "Penetration and Security Testing")

Unix (the grandfather of nix operating systems)

Free Software Foundation (almost all good things in life are free)

“Our mission is to preserve, protect and promote the freedom to use, study, copy, modify, and redistribute computer software, and to defend the rights of Free Software users.” --FSF

Commercial Search Engines (that are not Google): (Your go to math and science homework search engine)