Kindergarten and Herd Immunity

When your child goes to kindergarten this year, what kind of herd are they joining and do you have a right to know?

Talking Cars, STEM, and Moms With One of the Women Behind the New Ford Mustang

GeekMom Nicole spoke with Ford Vehicle Line Director Marcy Fisher about working on the new 2015 Ford Mustang, getting kids into STEM careers, and her path to engineering.

Advanced Math Is Child’s Play: An Interview With Maria Droujkova and Yelena McManaman

Math is an enticing adventure of discovery-based play. Find out how to start out that way and keep it that way via open-sourced ideas.

Fund This! Bras, Bacteria, and Bravery

From bras for young girls, to bacteria in the fantasy realm, to the bravery and commitment of a single mom in Mexico, this week's amazing campaigns offer a healthy balance of incredible products and inspiration!

Youth Digital’s <em>Minecraft</em> Mod Design 1 Class: First Impressions

Youth Digital offers computer science classes for kids in grades 3-7. We are checking out their Minecraft Mod Design 1 class.

Viking Fun

The Viking apocalypse already passed, but you can still have fun with Vikings: crafts, books, and Thor's hammer!

Rap Contest: Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven”

Rap, sing, or recite Poe's "The Raven" to win cash prizes. You have until March 20th to submit youth and adult entries.

NASA Joins Forces With GLaDos and It’s a Good Thing

NASA has found an unlikely partner in the form of the evil AI that is GLaDOS from the Portal franchise of video games.

Fund This! A Mini Museum, Science Kits for Kids, and the Museum of Science Fiction

Check out our latest picks for Fund This! including a Mini Museum, kits to help kids understand scientific concepts, and a campaign to get the Museum of Science Fiction underway!

<em>How to Build a Hovercraft</em>: a Book for the Home Scientist

The Coke and Mentos geyser guys, Stephen Voltz and Fritz Grobe, have published a book featuring 25 science projects for the generally curious.