An evacuation STEM project could involve making a model of a family's experience during an evacuation. Students could use everyday objects to construct a representation of a home, including items that a family evacuating during world war two would have packed. They could then explore the details of that family's journey, such as the distances they traveled, the transportation they used, and the accommodations they encountered during their evacuation. This could include researching the different types of evacuation accommodations, such as government-run hostels, friends or family's homes, and air raid shelters. Through this project, students would gain an appreciation of the disruptions and hardships that were experienced during world war two evacuations.