Get STEM ideas from Ohio 4-H blog

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Interested in experiencing the COSI sensory playground virtually through the 360-degree lens of a 9-year-old? Want to learn how to conduct a field trip around the world through the use of virtual reality? Have you ever wondered how to make your own lava lamp? 

A new website offered by the Ohio 4-H STEM program can show you all that and more. 

The Ohio 4-H STEM blog provides youths, teachers, youth development professionals, volunteers, and parents with hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math ideas that are applicable to students of all ages. 

Organized by subject areas and categorized by grades K–12, the blog offers engaging STEM programming that promotes and excites exploration and learning, said Mark Light, an Ohio 4-H youth development educator with OSU Extension. 

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