Kids work in teams where all voices matter
(but not cut-throat)
Reinforces what kids
learn in class
Whether you’re a parent, educator, or volunteer who works with young people, you want nothing but the best for your kids. Especially now, when school communities like yours face so much uncertainty. Don’t let the uncertainty interrupt your children’s education—and your lives. Kids deserve to continue growing and learning.
DI offers an experience, customized for distance learning, through which—as one parent told us—kids find their superpowers. Working in teams to solve STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) Challenges, quiet children come alive. Kids who like things their way realize how much better their ideas are with input from their teammates. And if your child hasn’t found his or her niche yet? No problem. DI introduces kids to a wide range of ideas, skills, and techniques while solving Challenges their way.
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Our 2020-21 STEAM-based Challenges are designed for distance learning and prepare kids for the future of work by instilling these skills:
STEAM-based challenges that students solve in teams.
Kids blossom developing ideas that build on what they learn in school.
Each student has a voice and space to develop unique abilities and talents.
Team members make all the decisions and even manage the budget.
DI is an international problem-solving competition for students of all ages. Our student-led STEAM-based Challenges reinforce core social-emotional learning (SEL) competencies—social awareness, relationship skills, responsible decision making, self-awareness, and self-management.
These projects can be incorporated into distance learning and offer an inclusive learning environment where all students feel welcomed and valued.
Founded 20 years ago
Annually, 100,000+ children compete from all around the world
More than 1 million alumni use their skills in their work today
Create your team
Purchase your Team Numbers. A team is 2 to 7 kids, coached by one or two adult Team Managers.
Support the Kids
Support the kids as they tackle their Team Challenge. Check out the Team Manager resources and training. The season is already underway.
Compete and put the team’s creativity to the test. Teams compete regionally, state- or province-wide, then internationally at Global Finals.
We are offering free info sessions online for superintendents, educators, school principals and administrators, after-school providers, and parents who would like to learn more about Destination Imagination and starting a team.
Click here to RSVP for an upcoming webinar.
Or contact our office at [email protected].
Get a taste of DI. Download our 5 FREE STEAM Activities PDF and help your kids to explore, create and problem-solve.