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Welcome to the Medina County STEM resources page. Here you will find fun easy to do science activities that will challenge your creativity!

Bring Science Home With You! 

Rockets Away

Build Your Own Catapult

Home-Made Kites

Want more fun science experiments to do at home? Check out these videos from Rachel Chapman, program assistant.


Creating A Partial Vacuum 
Non-Newtonian Fluid
Home-made Fire Extinguisher

For more 10 minute science activities from Ohio 4-H click here!

Ohio 4-H Youth Development is offering some of its excellent projects for FREE, including Science fun with Kitchen Chemistry and Ohio Birds. Interested in trying out a 4-H project but not a member? This is your chance! These are real 4-H projects that can be downloaded at no cost and are the perfect summer activities to do offline from the safety of your home! 

Interested in joining 4-H? Click here for information on how to enroll in 4-H in Medina County! 

Bring STEM Activities To Your School:

If you like the activities and videos on our page, consider bringing them to your classroom. Community Development STEM is currently working on bringing high quality STEM activities and lessons to Medina County schools.  If you are interested in bringing one of these activities to your classroom, contact Rachel Chapman, program assistant, to find out how you can participate. Call 330-661-6405 or email for more information.

Other Resources: 

The Chicago Academy of Science Nature Museum has some awesome videos and resources to answer your animal questions!

Do you like Space? Check out 10 things to do with NASA from home!

Have you ever wanted to dive under the sea and explore a shipwreck? What about a coral reef? NOAA’s National Maine Sanctuary has 360° video dives of just that! Tag along with a diver as you explore an interactive tour of our marine sanctuaries!  

And, for any other interest you might have, from Astronomy to Zooology, check out the American Museum of Natural Science’s Ology page!