Wilder STEM Fair

We hope your family had a great time. We were excited to see all of the projects displayed and students eager to show their families. There were a lot of different stations available for students to wander, experience and build.

This year we had 47 student projects and there were over 100 student and their families who joined in the event. 

We hope this event helped grow curiosity in the world of STEM. Thank you to our wonderful PTSA volunteers that made this effort happen.


This year's STEM Fair will be held on April 18, 2024 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm.

STEM Fair is an evening that celebrates all the wonderful STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) learning at Wilder.

View student projects

Play math games

Watch and participate in science and engineering demos

Make science and math focused art

And so much more!


Complete the Student Project Registration Form by March 22, 2024

If you have any questions, please reach out to [email protected]


How do I participate?

    • Encourage your child to think about science-related questions whose answers might be a description (What are the features of the sauropods?), an investigation (Which brand of chocolate melts the fastest in the sun?), or an invention (How can I prevent a banana from browning in my lunch box?).
    • Review the Wilder STEM Fair Handbook


What To Expect

Bring the Family


The evening STEM Fair will be way beyond student project viewing to include games, demonstrations, interactive activities, and lots more. All families are encouraged to join the fun, whether their child submitted a project or not. Winners of the student projects will be announced and awarded during the evening portion of the STEM Fair.


Event Schedule

    • Date: Thursday, April 18, 2024
    • Check-in Time: 8-8:30 am
    • Participant Entry: 5:30-6:00 pm
    • STEM Fair: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    • Where: Wilder Commons

How can I help my child?

STEM Fair projects are a learning activity for students, therefore, parents should…

  • help their child find a project topic that is personally interesting to them
  • provide limited guidance and only help when necessary, and
  • help plan a schedule so that the student can complete their project on time.

Why should I review the STEM Fair Handbook?

  • It includes information on how to develop a STEM Fair project.
  • There are resources to help find great topic for a STEM Fair project.
  • It contains the guidelines for what is/isn't allowed.


Forms and Documents

Project Handbook

Click here for a great resource for teachers, parents students

Registration Form

Click here for the registration form and complete by March 22nd to enter your project

Get MOVING Wilder

Have fun at home with the whole family and try these ideas out. Click on the links below

Double Ball Drop!

Play Marble Targets

This page was last updated on March 12, 2024