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Get a $10 coupon for Paige & Paxton STEM Storybooks and Workbooks when you sign up below.

 Plus, you'll get first dibs on local Paige & Paxton STEM events and access to a safe place where parents with kids in the Pre-K to 5th-grade age range ask questions and share resources with one another...in relation to STEM education of course!

“Thanks so much for taking the time to consult with myself and other parents about our concerns, wants and needs when it comes to how to develop our kids' interests in STEM. As a parent, I'm already feeling better equipped to be truly engaged in their learning, and have developed more patience with them.  

I've also come to realize that the reward is not to see what they become when they 'grow up.' The reward is really the journey itself, to wherever it is they will go and to whomever it is they will become.”

Daisy Copeland, Parent of Two Girls
Evanston,  IL 
 

PREPARE YOUR CHILD FOR WHATEVER COMES NEXT

Paige & Paxton Elementary STEM Resources for Parents

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In the mid 1990s, Rachel Williams wanted to ensure that her two young daughters were passionate about and proficient in science and math. To drive interest, she developed two puzzle piece characters to introduce these complicated concepts in a fun and engaging way. 

Fast forward to 2012, Rachel and her daughters—one completing a degree in Biology and the other a rising star in the financial services industry—decided to bring the characters back to life. Since that time, the trio has been on a mission to engage a new generation of little learners in STEM and, at the same time, change the course of a nation.

The Paige & Paxton Story

"I learned a year ago when I began working under Kelley and Rachel    that children are smarter than we make them out to be. I urge everyone to be a part of this up and coming rock star educational model."

Eddie Shilaita, Former Paige & Paxton Intern 
Social Media Strategist, Digital Content Strategist 
Acapella Media LLC

Paige & Paxton Gives You the Tools to Prepare Your Child for the Future

Colorful STEM Storybooks
& Workbooks

At Paige & Paxton, everything starts with a story.  Paige & Paxton STEM Storybooks and Workbooks represent a colorful and exciting platform to provide early opportunities for kids to learn about STEM in a way that is not intimidating.   The main characters of the series, Paige, Paxton, Penelope, and Parker, are doing the same things as children, asking the same questions and finding answers in STEM. 

Fun-Filled Family STEM Events

Super fun and intentionally crafted, kids explore STEM concepts through the adorable puzzle piece characters in the Paige & Paxton storybook series and then engage in intellectually sound, hands-on experiments that mirror the work of scientists and engineers. The challenges are led by STEM professionals and parent engagement is built into the event.

After School, Weekend Classes,   &
Summer STEM Camps

Paige & Paxton STEM experiences are offered after school, on weekends and in the form of summer camps in the Chicago area through an exclusive partnership with Blue Studios. Visit the Blue Studios website or attend a Blue Studios open house to learn more about getting your little learner on the pathway to a career in STEM.

We support and bring together parents who are committed to making STEM education meaningful for their children.

Nobody knows what the future will hold

If your child is in elementary school, he or she will graduate into a radically different job environment. Yet schools increasingly struggle to find classroom time to devote to the very high-quality STEM instruction that will prepare your child for the jobs of the future.

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“Thanks so much for taking the time to consult with myself and other parents about our concerns, wants and needs when it comes to how to develop our kids' interests in STEM. As a parent, I'm already feeling better equipped to be truly engaged in their learning, and have developed more patience with them.  

I've also come to realize that the reward is not to see what they become when they 'grow up.' The reward is really the journey itself, to wherever it is they will go and to whomever it is they will become.”

Daisy Copeland, Parent of Two Girls
Evanston,  IL 
 

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