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This activity is a fun and engaging way to learn map skills and practice coding! Students will create a map of their city and use an Ozobot to code through their city. This download includes:- code your city practice cards- Ozobot practice coding cards- blue prints to plan your city- map key and com
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This packet includes everything you need to run an Invention Convention. Students can choose to actually create an invention, write a report about a famous inventor, or draw and write an essay about an invention they would like to create. The packet also includes an invitation, guidelines for each
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This package contains over 20 different STEM challenges that range in complexity. Science, mathematics, engineering, music, and/or literacy, or a combination of these, are embedded into all tasks. Some of these tasks are suitable for Kindergarten through 8th grade, and are specifically related the
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Crafts for Learning can help you bring simple, low-cost, low-tech robotics projects to your classroom for hands-on STEM learning! This Robot Hand project can be done with students from first grade on up. For younger students, use the printable template; you can also pre-cut the string and straws if
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This is a complete lesson on STEM lesson for incorporating using Ozobot Robots to teach States of Matter ; Mapping Skills. Objectives: Integrate Ozobot, coding, and the states of matter. Use coding to make connections to what they were learning in class, the states of matter, which is about the
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Students adore drawing robots. This project helps your students create original robots, while using textures and asymmetry. You could use this project for Valentine’s Day or any other time of the year. Many examples are given to inspire your students. Level:Grade 1 and upTechniques:DrawingRubbing te
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This presentation introduces your students to the idea of recycled art and junk modelling. Firstly it takes a general look at recycled art, looking at a range of different types of junk e.g. bottle tops, plastic bottles, cans, plastic bags and even toys! It then looks more closely at the work of th
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12 pages including a scripted lesson plan, instructions for building a model hand, and interactive class activities to teach about how muscles work.Welcome to the world of MatterMania! I hope you enjoy my lesson plans for fun, interactive, and stimulating science classes. My lessons encourage the S
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Let students have fun with this kinesthetic robot graphing activity! This activity comes with a cover page, a list of instructions, a data chart page, a graphing page, and a page of example robots built from straws! This activity is perfect for hands-on, visual, and auditory learners.Click for upd
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Help dispel the "magic" of a laptop computer while encouraging creativity, art and hands-on discovery. With this activity, your students will create a realistic-looking paper laptop. Use this for talking about key placement (and practicing finger placement without a computer lab) or use it to teach
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Robots capture children’s imagination. Self-driving cars, robot bees that pollinate flowers, and jumping kangaroo robots may be part of our future. With robots, children can learn to explore dreams and use these dreams to solve problems.Biomimicry is also an exciting way to inspire young children to
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Investigate how our skeletal system helps us move then relate this information to how machinery moves. Build a robotic hand (credit from http://aclassofone.blogspot.com.au/) before the the real fun begins! Collect boxes, cans, plastic bottles, buttons etc. to engineer your very own robot. I got
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Most elementary school students enjoy passing out Valentine's Day cards and treats. I used to have the kids decorate brown or white bags with their name and hearts. This year, I raised the bar and created a design challenge and competition with the help of my colleagues. The results were impressive
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Your students will love using this poster to research and report on their favorite STEM Star. Activities on the poster include: 1. Picture of STEM Star 2. Important Quote 3. Areas of Contribution 4. Inspiration 5. Achievements 6. Biography
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You can program and code robots to follow the moon phases
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