Visit our STEM Lab and Garden Web Site

Check Out Our BEA Weather Station

 Links for Our Students

Fifth Grade Science     Fourth Grade Science     Third Grade Science     Moodle Science Site

Matter     TigTag    TigTagJr.    NextGeneration

Power My Learning     UCAR Weather     SciJinks Weather     Interactive Sites for Ed.

Life Science Videos     Earth and Space Science Videos     Physical Science Videos

Science Tools

Measuring With  A Ruler        Hand Lens        Triple Beam Balance                Graduated Cylinder

Thermometer         Stop Watch

Sorting Machines

Anti-Entrophy Machine          Lego Parts Sorter          Nonstop Skittles Sorting          Sorting Machine

Taxipost Automated                 Tomato Sorting             UPS Package Sorting                Recycling Facility


Chemistry (1)          Chemistry (2)          Chemistry Hacks (1)          Chemistry Hacks (2)

Chemistry Hacks (Winter)

Simple Machines

Let’s Get Rolling          Try A Pulley!          Ramps – Simple Machine          Wedges – Simple Machine

Levers – Simple Machine

Earth in Space & Time


Stars in Space


Importance of Water          The Water Bodies          Uses of Water

Earth Changes

Mountains       Tornadoes       Earthquakes       Tsunamis       Grand Canyon       Erosion       Volcanoes


Winter Coats       Hibernation       Migration


Seed Becomes a Plant       Look Inside a Flower       Plant Roots       Color Changing       Root Systems

What’s Inside a Bean       Why Do Leaves Change Color

 Apps We Use


Partners in STEM

We are so grateful to have wonderful business partners who support our school. Thank you:

  • Clear Springs
  • Mosaic
  • The Florida Industrial and Phosphate Research Institute (FIPR)
  • Patel, Greene & Associates Civil Engineering Firm


Click here to view for more information on STEM.

Click here for the BEA STEM Brochure    (Click here for Spanish Version)

Engineering is Elementary – a supplemental curriculum for our students

An Economic Imperative – how STEM education will help us meet the needs of the increasingly technical workforce and provide economic growth



The two fastest-growing occupations in the U.S. economy, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, are biomedical engineers and network systems and data communications analysts.

“Engineering is a great profession. There is the satisfaction of watching a figment of the imagination emerge through the aid of science to a plan on paper. Then it moves to realization in stone or metal or energy. Then it brings homes to men or women. Then it elevates the standard of living and adds to the comforts of life. This is the engineer’s high privilege.”

~Herbert Hoover

US mining engineer, politician, and 31st President of the United States (1874 – 1964)