Chevron-Sponsored Activities 2017-03-21T12:11:52+00:00

Chevron-Sponsored Activity Guides

Test your athletic reflexes. Discover your heat signature. Analyze your golf swing. Become a TV sportscaster. At the STEM Zone, students, teachers and parents learn hands-on about the science, technology, engineering and math in sports.

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Educator & Family Guides

Teacher Guide

Kids really get into Archimedes’ Principle and Newton’s Laws of Motion. It’s true! When students learn in terms of the sports they enjoy, they get a deeper and longer-lasting grasp of STEM concepts.

Teachers in grades 4-8 can use this free guide to bring STEM ideas to life through engaging sports-related lessons, aligned with Common Core standards.

TechBridge Family Guides

Parents play an important role in their child’s love of learning. From day trips to talks around the dinner table, there are lots of easy and fun ways to spark a love of science. Your next conversation or outing could inspire the future engineer inside your child.

The guide provides advice for encouraging your children in science, and ideas for science museum visits, hands-on activities, and other things you can do as a family. This resource is made possible with support from Chevron.

Visit Techbridge girls Family Resources here.


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Try These Exciting Activities from the Chevron STEM Zone on Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day 2017!

Game On: Baseball
Game On: Baseball
You’re playing left field when a grounder comes your way. What’s the best angle to throw the ball to get the runner out at first?
Game On: Basketball
Game On: Basketball
Mathematicians can calculate the ideal scoring angle from anywhere on the court — but pro players know their parabolas by instinct.
Game On: Football
Game On: Football
Which three laws apply during every play in a football game? Hint: don’t think U.S. Constitution, think Isaac Newton.
Game On: Golf
Game On: Golf
It’s all about spin control. Which golf club should you use to get maximum spin — and distance?
Game On: Hockey
Game On: Hockey
Pucks weren’t always made from rubber — and you won’t believe some of the things players used before!
Game On: soccer
Game On: Soccer
Ever wonder why a soccer ball looks and bounces the way it does? Geometry and physics hold the answers.


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