Stem challenges elementary
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Discover some fascinating, no prep, STEM activities and challenges you can do with your students using paper! Engineering, math and science.
Join us as we give you all the details about our popular Space Lander STEM Challenge and link up with some other great STEM educators sharing the BEST STEM CHALLENGE EVER! Teachers love the Space Lander STEM challenge because the students are completely engaged. Students not only learn, but deeply
Help Save Fred is a great stem activity! This save Fred the worm is super fun stem activity will help your students strengthen team building skills and...
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Ten Must-Try STEM Challenges featured on this blog post. Reasons that each is a great challenge are included along with tips for use!
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The following is a guest post from Dr. Jacie Maslyk . Your makerspace or STEM studio might not be getting a lot of use this year. With social distancing and facial coverings in place, it may feel like a challenge to get students collaborating. We can still offer students a variety of STEM chall
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The best kind of kindergarten STEM challenge is one that has children working together to find a solution to a fun, engaging problem using simple supplies that don't take lots of prep time. Enter The Floor is Lava STEM activity for kindergarteners. It's so simple, you can do it with preschoolers too! Don't forget to
Longest Paper Chain: An Easy STEM Challenge Students Love!
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Basketball Goals! This basketball goal and shooter is the most fun activity ever in the STEM lab! This challenge is perfect for fall sports but don't forget the great basketball tournament in March! Your students will love competing in this Basketball STEM Challenge! Teamwork at its best.Note: This ...
STEM and Reading- try reading aloud a picture book and then build a structure. Check this post for details!
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