- Simple Machines
- LESSON PLANS
- Electricity and Circuits
- Engineering Design Process
- Green Design
- Helping Others
- Simple Machines
Brighten up your event with these signs. Mount them on foam core or place them in plastic frames throughout your event.
- Rubber Band Car PDF (596K)
- Kinetic Sculpture PDF (648K)
- Pop Fly PDF (580K)
- Hidden Alarm PDF (576K)
- Four Corners PDF (644K)
- Helping Hand PDF (568K)
- Paddle Power PDF (548K)
- Paper Table PDF (540K)
- Watercraft PDF (556K)
- Zip Line PDF (540K)
More Signs and Photos
- Welcome Sign PDF (532K)
- Video Station PDF (704K)
- Testing Zone PDF (584K)
- Season 2 Cast Photo PDF (508K)
- Design Process PDF (368K)
- DESIGN SQUAD Generic PDF (424K)
Give each volunteer a certificate of appreciation at the end of the event.
DESIGN SQUAD volunteer certificate PDF (468K)
Create your own Design Squad T-shirts using an inkjet printer, iron-on transfer paper, and a downloadable logo below.
Pre-made Design Squad T-shirts are available for purchase at eweek.org
Here's how to make your own Design Squad t-shirts!
- Purchase iron-on transfer paper at a craft or office supply store (We like HP and Epson brands and suggest using light or white colored t-shirts.)
- Read the directions that come with the transfer paper and check the features of your inkjet printer to determine whether to use the right-reading or reversed/mirror image. Do a test-run first to ensure you're set up correctly.
- If you are printing in color, adjust your printer settings to get the most accurate image color. (On our printer, the "graphic" setting worked best.) Do a test-run to find optimal color.
Have some fun and be creative! Consider personalizing t-shirts by ironing or writing names onto the back.
Working with Kids
Event Evaluation Form
English PDF (132K)
The challenges in this guide correspond to the ITEA National Study of Technology Content Standards and the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks Science and Technology/Engineering Standards.