4M Weather Station Kit

Learn about your climate while tracking weather changes and conducting experiments on the greenhouse effect


Draw 50 buildings and other structures: The Step-by -Step way to draw castles and cathedrals, skyscrapers and bridges; by Lee J. Ames

Paperback book


Earth Moon and Sun Activities

Distinguish between the apparent motions of the Sun and Moon versus the actual motion of Earth

Delta Science

Erector Spykee Vox - Interactive Robot

The Erector Spykee Vox-Interactive Robot is controlled by voice recognition, thus obeying your voice commands.


First Lego League (robotics)

Annual robotics competition, registration, field set-up, and materials

First lego league

Fun Science

Lava Lamp experiment


Poof Slinky 8701 Young Architect building set

Includes 18-inch by 24-inch work mat and everything you need to create 3D models in just (3) easy steps


Scientific Explorer Sour Candy Kit

Fun Science: Explore discovering and creating sour candy


Snap Circuits Xtreme - Science Experiments Kit

The electronic snap circuit can be used to build over 750 projects for school or just for learning.


Thames & Kosmos Alternative Energy and Environmental Science Sustainable Earth Lab Kit

Environmental Science: 48-page manual guides your experiments and energy conservation activities


Wood working science

Making the cut project

Home Depot



Arielle Acosta, Extension Agent

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STEM Leaders Program Coordinator

UDC Growing 4-H Science

College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Science  (CAUSES)

4-H & the Center for Youth Development

4200 Connecticut Ave NW

Washington DC 20008

Office: 202-274-5182  Fax: 202-274-7130