Melissa Brown

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 08:44:48 +0000

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!

    STEM Bins: Hands-on Solutions for Early Finishers

    Marshmallow Challenge Handout. A great team building activity for the first days of school! Watched it in action, all types of students get involved! Love it!

    A favorite STEM engineering challenge! This STEM catapult challenge involves engineering, geometry, ratios, critical thinking, and teamwork in an engaging activity your students will love! Using the engineering design process along with math skills, teams of students will build two catapult designs from common materials. Each team will then test at three stations: Distance, Accuracy, and Power. Included are follow-up math problems for enhanced learning.

    STEM Writing Extensions to supplement and enhance ANY STEM Challenge!

    FREE Lego Challenge Printable STEM Activities

    Fall S.T.E.M. Challenge for Kids - Pumpkin Math and Engineering

    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!

    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.

    Are you a classroom teacher looking for a way to integrate STEM activities into your current curriculum? If so, this product might be just what you are looking for! This contains STEM challenges to use during the month of October. We have done all the research and planning for you. There are 10 activities for you to choose from. We have tried to include activities that will supplement what you are already doing in your classroom.

    Here’s a simple open-ended building activity for kids of all ages – Colored craft sticks, wooden cubes, and small plastic cups! Simple materials, and yet we hav