EiE Resources

These free resources will help you teach Engineering is Elementary

This collection includes EiE posters and graphics, ready-to-use presentations, and much more! Check our video library with Classroom Videos showing expert teachers using EiE in real classrooms and How-To Videos with practical tips for lesson prep! Our Extension Lessons help you integrate EiE with other subjects. Consult our Science and Literacy Resource Lists for books, articles, and videos that enhance each EiE unit. Finally, research-based Assessment Tools help you evaluate student understanding.

The EIE Curriculum
Lesson 4

Students focus on the geotechnical engineering problem of evaluating a landscape as they imagine, plan, create, test, and improve a site for a wire cable bridge called a TarPul. 

Classroom Video
The EIE Curriculum
Lesson 3

Students use maps to study the erosion along a riverbank over time and conduct controlled experiments to determine how soil compaction around a foundation affects the foundation’s strength.

Classroom Video
The EIE Curriculum
Lesson 3

Students use maps to study the erosion along a riverbank over time and conduct controlled experiments to determine how soil compaction around a foundation affects the foundation’s strength.

Classroom Video
The EIE Curriculum
Lesson 2

Students think like geotechnical engineers as they take core samples of a model building site and decide how deeply the pier foundations for a model skyscraper should be anchored into the soil.

Classroom Video
The EIE Curriculum
Lesson 1

A storybook introduces the engineering challenge and context. In this story, Suman, a boy from Nepal, learns about geotechnical engineering as he helps evaluate a site for a TarPul.

Classroom Video
The EIE Curriculum
Lesson 4

Students focus on the geotechnical engineering problem of evaluating a landscape as they imagine, plan, create, test, and improve a site for a wire cable bridge called a TarPul. 

Classroom Video
The EIE Curriculum
Lesson 4

Students focus on the geotechnical engineering problem of evaluating a landscape as they imagine, plan, create, test, and improve a site for a wire cable bridge called a TarPul. 

Classroom Video
The EIE Curriculum
Lesson 3

Students use maps to study the erosion along a riverbank over time, and conduct controlled experiments to determine how soil compaction around a foundation affects the foundation’s strength.

Classroom Video
The EIE Curriculum
Lesson 3

Students use maps to study the erosion along a riverbank over time and conduct controlled experiments to determine how soil compaction around a foundation affects the foundation’s strength.

Classroom Video
The EIE Curriculum
Lesson 2

Students think like geotechnical engineers as they take core samples of a model building site and decide how deeply the pier foundations for a model skyscraper should be anchored into the soil.

Classroom Video
The EIE Curriculum
Lesson 1

A storybook introduces the engineering challenge and context. In this story, Suman, a boy from Nepal, learns about geotechnical engineering as he helps evaluate a site for a TarPul.

Classroom Video