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STEM Sticks for Brain Breaks - STEM Activities for Kids
STEM Challenges and Reading: Here are some terrific ways to get both of these into your busy days! I especially like the fourth book for STEM!
FREE Lego Challenge Printable STEM Activities
STEM Challenges for all seasons: Design a sports dome in fall, try several different snowflake challenges in winter, create a sturdy bird's nest in spring, and dive into a submersible water craft in summer. These STEM challenges engage kids of all ages. | STEM Resources by Meredith Anderson
STEM Writing Extensions to supplement and enhance ANY STEM Challenge!
March Madness Basketball STEM: This is a great STEM challenge for March. Younger students design and build a basketball shooter to launch a ping pong ball into a trash can, bucket, or cup. Older students design and build a basketball shooter as well as a basketball goal to shoot the ping pong ball into.
This Project Based Learning idea was a hit with my elementary students! They loved diving in to this project's STEM challenges! The PBL activities were inquiry based and extremely engaging. A great way to jump start science in your 21st Century classroom!
Students will build a toothpick house for the Three Little Pigs! Fairy Tale STEM from More Than a Worksheet $
Fairy Tale STEM - Goldilocks STEM Activity for grades 1-3. Use a familiar story to work through the engineering design process, full activity and printables on Teachers pay Teachers. Ask - Imagine - Plan - Create - Improve | Meredith Anderson - Momgineer
Are you ready for monthly STEM projects? Here's a money-saving bundle of 30 kid-tested STEM activities- perfect for using all year long.
Before you try your first STEM challenge with your students, START HERE! Set your students up for success at the beginning of the school year. |STEM Challenges| STEM Activities | Back to School
Brand new STEM Family Projects for elementary students! Monthly instructions, planning and reflection sheets, assessment and presentation tools and MORE!
STEM Sticks for Brain Breaks | momgineer