If you are a community leader who has experienced
SEE and would like to begin to implement the principals of using
Science in Everyday Experiences, this section is for
you. Our goal is to create
a SEE without walls, so if you are doing a community event
such as a health or science fair or a community block party, or
if you are in charge of a children's group or plan to
do some work with parents in the community, we want to make sure
you have the tools you need to incorporate SEE into your community
The navigation bar at left will take you to the following resources.
Identify materials that will be useful
in developing a child's interest in Science, Technology, Engineering
and Math (STEM) by checking out these sections of the website:
Best books for children
Refer to this list of science books, and then research websites like www.half.com or www.amazon.com to
find science books at bargain prices.
Discover resources for accessing science news that will
supplement information you receive from newspapers, science
magazines, schools, and libraries.
Review health and mathematics education
TV and radio shows
Find science programs for children, parents and teachers
on tv and radio.
Listen to SEE radio interviews with African American scientists.
Discover how science influences their lives and how their work
influences the lives of others.
Review suggestions and print out plans for science, mathematics
and technology activites that can be used to engage children
at community science events.
Tools for Parents
In addition to other resources provided for parents on this site,
check out these parent-specific tools.
Parent educator manual
Review this resource written for parents who wish to provide
SEE activities for their children at home.
Stimulate a child's thinking about science with cards containing
Tools for Children
Several resources on the site, including the following, are
designed for children to use independently.
Find links to websites with science games and activities. Print
Kids' Corner science activities, too, and conduct your own
Make use of several homework-help websites which are ideal
for an after-school session at a community center, local
church, or in the home.
Use this section of the site for easy access to SEE resources
that may be downloaded to your computer and printed for easy
Find support in making your science and everyday experiences
a success, by checking out these sections of the site:
Refer to the list of SEE Facilitators and contact the SEE Coordinator
in your state for assistance in making your SEE activities
Use the SEE training calendar to find dates for upcoming
training sessions or SEE community events in your area.