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Science Action Club activates the citizen scientist in every curious kid. Designed by a world-class museum and scientific research institute, SAC activities include real-world STEM and nature challenges that inspire wonder and spark innovation.
From Anchorage to Albany, over 62,000 youth and educators in more than 400 cities and towns have participated in Science Action Club since 2011. Join the growing SAC network today!
SAC Labs for Students and Families
These digital, printable activity books invite young naturalists and eco-designers to investigate the environment and make new discoveries. Each one contains 6-7 self-guided challenges for youth to complete independently. Recommended for grades 3-6. Available in 2 topics.
SAC Kits for OST Programs
This club-in-a-box takes youth outdoors to explore nature, contribute to authentic science research, and design strategies to protect the planet—in person or virtually. Each kit includes 12 activity plans, supplies for 20 youth, and an online training course for program staff. Recommended for grades 5-8. Available in 3 topics and 2 languages.
Training for Program Staff
SAC online trainings are self-paced, easy-to-follow, and fun. Through games, videos, and interactive practice, educators learn the tools and strategies to lead SAC activities with confidence and skill. Each course includes helpful background information, teaching tips, step-by-step guidance for all SAC activities, and recommendations for how to extend and deepen the learning experience. For even more support, contact us to request a customized, virtual, facilitator-led training or coaching session. An online training is included with (and required for) every SAC Kit.
Science Action Club has won two coveted Brandon Hall Group Gold awards for excellence in learning, one for Best Advance in Competencies and Skill Development and another for Best Use of Blended Learning.
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The Science Action Club program is generously supported by the Pisces Foundation; Hearst Endowed Fund for Science Education; and Science Sandbox, an initiative of the Simons Foundation.