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Why not bring STEM to your Native American Unit in social studies? Most elementary teachers are more comfortable and knowledgeable about themes, so I have decided to create STEM challenge packs based on specific themes, like Native Americans, specifically relating to their homes! This engineering
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Can you design and create a crate that will keep your tea bag dry for the longest period of time in a tub of cold water? We are all about integration in my STEM building and blending historical events with STEM challenges is a great way to make the topics we study in social studies more engaging an
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Can your students engineer some Greek Mythology? Try these five STEM Engineering Challenges to find out! The Five Challenges Included in this Set: - Column Construction Challenge - Cardboard Marble Maze Challenge - Broken Pottery Challenge - Mythical Monster Model Challenge - Trojan Horse Model C
Ancient Egypt Potato Mummy Lab Activity by Miss Middle School Teacher This is a great lab to use in tandem with a lesson on ancient Egyptian mummification, as an introduction to the mummification process, or as an extension activity for students needing enrichment opportunities. The ancient Egyptia
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Can your students build like an Egyptian? Try these five STEM Engineering Challenges to find out! The Five Challenges Included in this Set: - Mummy Construction Challenge - Sugar Cube Pyramid Challenge - Kid-Sized Mummy Model Challenge - Paper Pyramids Challenge - Reed Boat Model Challenge These
This activity will lead your students through the process of building a boat! 1) Brainstorm and sketch a design 2) Calculate the cost of materials needed 3) Build your boat 4) Test your boat 5) Reflect *It's important to note that this comes in an editable PowerPoint, so you will be able to custom
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Can your students engineer topics related to the sinking of the Titanic? Try these five STEM Engineering Challenges to find out! The Five Challenges Included in this Set: Life Vest Design Challenge Life Boat Design Challenge Make an Iceberg Challenge Rivet Strength Challenge Artifact Restoration
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Using cardstock paper, can you build an exact model of the box Henry Brown used to mail himself to freedom? We are all about integration in my STEM building and blending historical events with STEM challenges is a great way to make the topics we study in social studies more engaging and interesting
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This is a classic activity that kids always love to experience! I am always surprised that so few of them have ever done it before! We usually do this lab while we are studying pioneers in social studies, but it can be done anytime of the year! I get mason jars from Amazon (they are pretty cheap)
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This is a collection of five STEM Engineering challenges using pool noodles and a few other items. Can your students complete these challenges and engineer some pool noodle fun of their own? The Five Challenges Included in this Set: Pool Noodle Race Track Challenge Pool Noodle Shooter Challenge P
Ocean Currents - Rescue Lab Activity This is a fun little Latitude/Longitude Ocean Current activity. Students plot the path of 2 current buoys to determine the location of a lost ship crew in the Indian Ocean. This is a crossover science activity - Oceanography - Geography - Graphing. Usually tak
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Get your students engaged in mummification while studying Ancient Egypt. Students make their own mummy in this hands on activity that brings together science and history. Students investigate what type of salt works best to preserve mummies. This is a great way to learn about Ancient Egyptian cult
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In this activity, students will sort cards matching pictures of lab equipment with their name and function. After the cards have been sorted then the students will create fold notes for their journal. The cards can either be used so that the students can write the information into the foldable or
Learn the basics about microscopes, who invented the first microscope, types of microscopes and some fun activities exploring items easily found around the house. * Zacharias Janssen (Read-A-Lesson) * Biography Worksheet * Timeline Cards * Parts of a Microscope * Types of Microscopes (Cut an
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Can you build a model of the Durham boat that holds the most weight while staying afloat in icy water? We are all about integration in my STEM building and blending historical events with STEM challenges is a great way to make the topics we study in social studies more engaging and interesting for
Recycling Inquiry: Why is it important to recyle? Powerpoint slides share what happens to our trash and how long it takes for paper, plastic, tin to decompose. Students were asked to bring in paper and plastic recylables. They made a prediction of what our class uses more of (paper or plastic). T
This hands-on outdoor learning lab allows students to measure the distance of the Wright Brothers' first flight as a way to bring concrete meaning to an abstract idea (what does 120 feet really look like?). This product includes: -welcome letter -teacher instructions -necessary materials list (
Ocean Currents - Lost Scientist - Current Lab II Updated 5-5-16 This is a fun little Latitude/Longitude Ocean Current activity. Students plot the path of 2 current buoys to determine the location of a lost scientist in the Pacific Ocean. This is a crossover science activity - Oceanography - Geog
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This webquest allows students to learn about the civilizations of the Indus Valley using the great BBC BiteSize History series, which was designed for use in classrooms grade 4-8.This webquest works great as a way to integrate technology into the classroom. The site is advertisement free and includ
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This is a classic activity that kids always love to experience! I am always surprised that so few of them have ever done it before! We usually do this lab while we are studying electricity in science, but it can be done anytime of the year! I get flashlights from the Dollar Tree (they are pretty
This is an activity that answers the questions: Is there a pattern to locations where earthquakes happen? Do earthquakes happen in places that are near each other? This activity involves writing a hypothesis and charting on a map various earthquake locations to come up with a conclusion to where e
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Using a punch ball balloon, can your group create an exact model of a globe showing continents, oceans, and lines of latitude and longitude? We are all about integration in my STEM building and blending social studies with STEM challenges is a great way to make the topics we study in social studies
PREVIEW AVAILABLE!LIKE WHAT YOU SEE? CHECK OUT OTHER STEM RESOURCES IN MY SHOP!FROM THE CREATOR OF 50 STEM LABS & 50 MORE STEM LABS comes this collection of 50 Social Studies Activities for kids. Recommended for grades K to 6 and up! Each one has a snappy title, a brief set of instructions, rec
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This is a collection of five STEM Engineering challenges using assorted sets of plastic building blocks. Can your students complete these challenges and engineer some crazy cool designs of their own? The Five Challenges Included in this Set: Tallest Tower Challenge Marble Maze Challe

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