STEM Fair / STEM Gardening 2021 is virtual all SPRING long!

Attention Hollywood Hill!  The STEM Fair is back virtual for 2021, with an outdoor twist!!!

ALL SPRING LONG we will be accepting submissions of photos & descriptions of your STEM Project and adding it to this page as well as our Private Facebook Group! We’re also working on a Gardening segment, where we’ll be able to provide materials for students to receive seeds to grow at home and do some science observation and smelling of flowers!

***Join in on the fun whether you want to create a project or just have a look at what others have done! Everything will be sorted by Grade Level. Make positive comments or ask interesting questions of everyone’s amazing STEM Projects, and your comments and questions will be sent to each project creator!!***


Student projects, interactive activities from science experts, other science homeschooling resources & NEW **STEM GARDENING experience!

You can submit projects by joining the Facebook group or just email pics of completed work to to be submitted or posted on your behalf!

Community comments + RIBBON/ Reward to be mailed to your child!!!!

All HH students, K-5, who would like to complete a STEM project and showcase it at the STEM Fair, please click here to register on the HH PTA Website.

Hollywood Hill Virtual STEM Fair 2021 Facebook Group here!

Join the private FB group or if not but you’d still like your child’s project featured, simply email me at and I will post it on your behalf!

Submissions to the group will happen all through the month of APRIL!! 2-4 submissions can be posted each day, we’d love to have kids come up with positive comments or questions for each project posted. This is a great opportunity to have a student’s project really seen by a number of students, or students reluctant to write to have a fun purpose in writing out opinions and creative responses!

I will also be adding in some of the best science-based links, worksheets, local science-based video tutorials, video lessons on gardening and plant care and at-home project ideas in the group so you can use it as a tool for homeschool science fun!