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    Award-Winning, Teacher Centric and Kid Approved

    It’s time for your students to experience the world of STEM in exciting and dynamic ways

  • Choose Your Adventure


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    Teacher Centric

    Teachers are inundated with mandates—often without the context and know-how to implement them.


    Paige & Paxton is the only solution for elementary teachers that acknowledges and addresses both sides of the STEM education equation.

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    Student Centric

    With Paige & Paxton, students explore STEM through the lens of contemporary characters coupled with project-based experiments and challenges that model the work of scientists and engineers.

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    Constantly Tested

    Paige & Paxton operates STEM enrichment programming seven days a week through our partnership with Blue Studios in New York City.


    Blue Studios serves as a dynamic laboratory for testing, evaluating, and improving our STEM materials, resources, and teacher training.


    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 careers.

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    Meet Paige

    Age: 6
    Perfect Fit: Science
    Favorite Food: Pancakes
    When she grows up she wants to be: A Dentist


    Six-year-old Paige is the centerpiece of the Paige & Paxton series. She introduces science as the way we find out how things work and why things are the way they are. Like many of our children, Paige has all the makings of a good scientist: she loves to ask questions, observe the world and perform experiments. It’s the basis of scientific inquiry and investigation. With her big, beautiful brown eyes and large pink bow, Paige’s character is designed to shatter the misconception that girls can’t be both pretty and smart.

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    Meet Paxton

    Age: 5
    Perfect Fit: Technology
    Favorite Food: Popcorn
    When he grows up he wants to be: Doesn’t know yet


    Paxton is Paige’s younger brother. He has the key attribute that all technology gurus possess from day one: he loves to tinker—to take things apart and put them back together again. While he loves to play with computers and remote control toys, Paxton is beginning to learn that technology is more than just gadgets. Technology is creating new things and new ways of doing things to make our lives easier. He’s slowly getting it: he’s working on an app to eat his vegetables. That will certainly make his life easier!


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    Meet Penelope

    Age: 5 years old
    Perfect Fit: Engineering
    Favorite Food: Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
    When she grows up she wants to be: Aerospace Engineer


    Penelope is Paige and Paxton’s friend. Through Penelope, we discover engineering as the way we make sure things work the way they’re supposed to work. We also learn what it takes to be a good engineer. Penelope is smart, but she also has the requisite soft skills: the ability to solve problems and to work effectively with others. Like Paige, her appearance is about shattering stereotypes. Penelope is pink and proud of it, putting the world on notice that girls can be girls while excelling at everything that boys excel at.


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    Meet Parker

    Age: 6 and a half
    Perfect Fit: Math
    Favorite Food: Pie
    When he grows up he wants to be: The same
    profession as his mom, a CPA (Certified Puzzle Accountant)


    Parker is Paige and Paxton’s cousin. He’s so cool, and he loves math to boot. He’s 6 years old—correction: 6 and a half! That’s one of the reasons Parker loves math. He loves to be precise. The charismatic Parker is the perfect puzzle to help children develop an appreciation for math as something we count on every day to make sense of the world. We use math to quantify, describe and organize both the concrete and the abstract. But more importantly, math follows a growth mindset: it’s something that we can all be good at. It simply takes practice.




    Implementing a STEM program in your elementary school can seem daunting…like rocket science. At Paige & Paxton, our mission is to make elementary STEM easy to teach and easy to learn.


    Here are 3 easy ways to get started with STEM right now.

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    STEM Storybooks & Workbooks

    Refresh your classroom texts with STEM-focused books with contemporary themes and characters that generate excitement about STEM concepts and careers.

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    Teacher Training

    Invest in your teachers’ success by providing them with the tools and knowledge to bring high-quality STEM instruction into the classroom.

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    Start a

    STEM Club

    Plant a seed. Watch it grow. Start with a Paige & Paxton STEM Club and watch your school community’s enthusiasm and support for elementary STEM flourish.

  • Raising STEM Kids in a STEM World

    Here to share our insights with you to make parenting less stressful and frankly, a little more fun.

    March 8, 2020 · Critical thinking,Tips for Parents,Mindful Parenting,Science for Kids,Raising STEM Kids
    Getting your child to think like a scientist means gathering facts and information and making...
    January 17, 2020 · Math Tips,Tips for Parents,Raising STEM Kids,Engineering for Kids,Science for Kids
    As a parent, you know the importance of math. You use math every moment of the day: to tell...
    December 24, 2019 · Tips for Parents,Science for Kids,Engineering for Kids,Kids and Technology,Raising STEM Kids
    You don’t have to deplete your child’s college fund to give him or her a solid start in STEM! ...
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    “I was surprised at how much I got from the parent portion. It was really helpful and got me thinking about interesting and fun ways to get my son doing math on a daily basis.”

    Erin Proud

    Founder & Designer, Brooklyn Patterns


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    “My daughter walked away excited about engineering and botany and reading the books over and over. A huge achievement as she is usually only interested in fairy tales.”

    Sarah Kaufman

    Assistant Director of Technology Programming

    New York University Center for Transportation

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    “Paige & Paxton brilliantly engages children with an exciting STEM curriculum combining play and learning. The engaging learning materials, curriculum, and events coupled with an energetic staff help nurture STEM skills in young students and jumpstart their journey toward STEM readiness.”

    Keithney Glass

    Senior Scientist, Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company