In addition to hosting STEM events like Market Math and the Star Party, we provide STEM resources on our website and at the Acton Memorial Library. We also partner with other STEM groups and support STEM community projects.
Find out about our events and meetings on our Calendar page, read the AB PIP STEM Brochure or print the one-page AB PIP STEM Event List. We encourage new participants and volunteers! Come to a Meeting or drop in to an AB PIP STEM event. Please join us!
AB PIP STEM welcomes parent volunteers and student volunteers. Student volunteers qualify for community service credit and the chance to win an AB PIP STEM Scholarship. To find out more about volunteer opportunities, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seema Bhalchandra Co-Chair
MiM materials consist of a large bank of activities, games, and projects for ages 2-12, based on over 15 years of research and development supported in part by The National Science Foundation. MiM has been piloted all over the US, in settings ranging from homes to museums to preschools. Research demonstrates that children and adults using MiM build math skills and confidence, promote understanding of math in everyday life, and promote positive math attitudes. MiM is designed to be accessible to everyone, including those with little mathematical comfort or confidence.
A portion of each sale will be donated to AB PIP STEM!
Support our K-12 educational enrichment events in Science, Technology, Engineering in Math in Acton and Boxborough.
Every year at Market Math, we hold an estimation contest. This year, the number of cheese puffs in our contest was 80. Amazingly, we had three winners who estimated the puffs EXACTLY! Congratulations to Lexi, Margo, and Szymon! Each of you will receive a Galileoscope. We'll contact you to deliver your prizes.
Many thanks to our Guests, Exhibitors, Sponsors and Volunteers at our DiscoverSTEM event on Monday evening November 2 at ABRHS.
Check out the DiscoverSTEM2015 Photo Gallery and read all about it in the Worcester Journal article.
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