OEE Programs @ Your School and Virtually

  • In-School or Virtual Programs

     All programs have been designed to meet the needs of students

    while still working remotely.


    Program Name

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    cider press Apple Cider Pressing
    (Grades K-2)

    Use a press to make cider from apples.

    Monarch buterfly feeds on flowers to prepare for migrationButterflies
    (Grades 2-3)

    Learn about life cycles and unique adaptations

    corn husk dolls Colonial Crafts

    We bring everything you need to make candles, brooms, or corn husk dolls!

    Studetns work together on activity known as monster feet Team building and Cooperative Games (Grades 3-Adult)

    Cooperative activities and games can be conducted in your gymnasium or on school grounds. Best format is a two to four hour session per group!

    compasses help you find your wayCompass
    (Grades 3-12)

    Follow a compass course in the schoolyard. This program is a great introduction to Orienteering

    EarthBalloon Earth Balloon  (K-12)

    This 19 " inflatable globe becomes an amazing tool for teaching geography concepts
    Giant LI Map Giant Long Island Map (K-Adult) This giant floor map of Long Island engages students in exploring political maps, scale and LI landmarks.
    oceanology Oceanology Have a notion to study the ocean? This program is for you! Student labs focus on density, ocean currents , salinity and more!

    using a bowdrill

    Primitive Tech     (Grades 4-6)

    How did primitive people accomplish day to day tasks? Games and/or tools are used or created to demonstrate these concepts.

    Solid or Liquid? Primary properties of Matter
    (Grades 1-2)

    Use standard and non-standard measuring tools, observation, and problem solving skills to investigate the physical properties of matter (Oobleck!). Students create a visual means to interpret their data.

    magnet Properties of Matter
    (Grades 4-6)

    Magnetism, electricity, buoyancy, sorting, and measurement are the focus of these labs and provide practice skills used on the 4th grade science assessment.

    Reduce- Reuse-Recycle Reduce... Reuse... Recycle

    When it comes to resources - recycle, reduce, reuse, and rethink. Make a compost, create a water filtering system, and make new paper from paper that has been recycled.

    school yard transect

     School Population      Transect Study
    (Grades 3-6)

    Survey the plant and animal population along a transect line and make conclusions about environmental interaction.

    Starlab dome Starlab This inflatable planetarium provides lost of opportunities to study the night sky

    tinkering with technology Tinkering with Technology (Grades 5-7)

    Brainstorm and use creative designs to meet real needs and wants.

    clouds Weather  Conditions
    (Grades 4-6)

    Conduct outdoor experiments and collect data related to daily, monthly and seasonal changes.




The EarthBalloon is a great way to learn about our planet.