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In this experiment, students will act as knights, build catapults, and launch marshmallows. They are given supplies and are asked to design a catapult that can launch a marshmallow. Once they have made a design, they will measure the distance their marshmallow traveled. They will then redesign, and
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Looking for a fun Back to School Activity? You students will LOVE this Marshmallow Challenge. This activity has been adapted from Tom Wujec's Marshmallow Challenge.Included in this file:Teacher NotesStudent Planning and Reflection SheetClassroom Directions PowerPoint Want to know more about how I in
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4th - 10th
★ Top Selling Resource ★ The Marshmallow Challenge is a great team building activity that can be adapted for any grade level (even adults) or subject area. This activity is sure to get the participants collaborating and critically thinking! A perfect activity for days before or after winter break
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K - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
STEM Project for Middle School—6th, 7th, and 8th grades.In this activity, students will work in groups to create a catapult from popsicle sticks. They will modify their catapult in order to produce the best launch possible. Kids will have a great time launching mini marshmallows across the room whil
Want a fun way to teach force, motion, and gravity? I had a blast making Marshmallow Shooters with my second graders. We had a competition to see who was the Master Marshmallow Shooter. Everyone had a fantastic time learning about these science topics. Page 1 - Cover page Pages 2-5 - Teacher Pag
Engineering Challenge: What is the tallest structure you can construct using all of the marshmallows and spaghetti noodles? This packet contains all the information you need to make this a great engineering activity in your classroom! Lab sheets, student and teacher instructions, and challenge si
STEM Elementary Classroom ProjectIn this activity, students will work in groups to create a catapult from popsicle sticks. They will modify their catapult in order to produce the best launch possible. Kids will have a great time launching mini marshmallows across the room while learningabout potenti
STEM Project for Third, Fourth and Fifth grades.In this activity, students will work in groups to build and shoot mini-marshmallows. Not only will students have a lot of fun building this, but they will also need to modify and adjust their shooting form in order to hit a bullseye on the wall.For a
STEM Elementary School Classroom ProjectIn this activity, students will work in groups to build a bridge from mini marshmallows and toothpicks. They will need to span a distance of 6 inches. Gravity will be pulling their bridge down, but students will create a bridge strong enough to overcome the
I have used this activity several times with great success. I usually use this activity as an introduction to science units on structures and building. The discussion questions are a great way to assess students' prior knowledge. Additionally, this activity is ideal for practising practical money sk
Engineering Challenge: Can you build a catapult that will launch a large marshmallow the farthest distance? Materials Needed (per student): large marshmallows wooden paint stir stick rubber bands empty film canister This packet contains all the information you need to make this a great engineeri
Don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity for your students to work collaboratively, problem-solve, show creativity and use their math skills! This Spaghetti Marshmallow Challenge cost me less than $2.00 for all supplies but delivers such a big bang for the buck! Fun for students K-12 (they say
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
STEM Elementary Classroom Project for Middle School—6th, 7th and 8th grades.In this activity, students will work in groups to build and shoot mini-marshmallows. Not only will students have a lot of fun building this, but they will also need to modify and adjust their shooting form in order to hit a
STEM Elementary School Classroom Project, great for Homeschooling!In this activity, students will work in groups to build and shoot mini-marshmallows. Not only will students have a lot of fun building this, but they will also need to modify and adjust their shooting form in order to hit a bullseye
STEM Project for Third, fourth and Fifth grades.In this activity students will work in groups to create a catapult from popsicle sticks. They will modify their catapult in order to produce the best launch possible. Kids will have a great time launching mini marshmallows across the room while learnin
Engineering Challenge: Can you design and build a shooter that will launch the mini-marshmallow the farthest distance? Materials Needed: (per team of four students) A pile of mini-marshmallows (5-7) Three plastic cups (Solo cup, short plastic cup, medium plastic cup) 12 in. balloons (2-3) Tap
A fun STEM lab where students create a "Marshmallow Hurler" that demonstrates the transfer of energy. This was used in a 7th grade classroom. Older students could use this to discuss elastic potential energy as well. Make this your own! This is a hit in my class room and we even have a trophy! Yo
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5th - 12th
Engineering Challenge: Can you make a working slingshot that will launch a large marshmallow at least 20 feet? Materials Needed: Large marshmallow Two empty toilet paper rolls Two rubber bands Single hole punch Scissors and tape Pencil This packet contains all the information you need to make t
★ Top Selling Resource ★ The Marshmallow Challenge is a great team building activity that can be adapted for any grade level (even adults) or subject area. This activity is sure to get the participants collaborating and critically thinking! A perfect activity for days before or after winter break
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K - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This product is great for the beginning of the year! Its fun, engaging, and an awesome team building activity to begin creating a school family, as well as being exposed to an introductory STEM Challenge. Students are challenged to work together to build the tallest, free-standing tower made out o
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Italian Renaissance Marshmallow ChallengeThe Italian Renaissance Marshmallow Challenge activity is designed to allow student groups of three to four students to interact with their classmates by building a tower or an architectural wonder for their Italian city-state in eighteen minutes out of dry s
Engineering Challenge: How far can you “shoot” a large marshmallow through a cardboard tube using only one breath of air? Materials Needed: cardboard toilet paper or paper towel tubes tape and scissors large marshmallows This packet contains all the information you need to make this a great engi
This is a team design challenge that makes a great back-to-school activity for students. Students make a structure out of spaghetti and tape that is sturdy enough to support a marshmallow. They compete to see which team can design the tallest structure. (grades 6-12)Everything in this packet was ada
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Encourage a love of STEM by using these fun poems with your marshmallow and toothpick STEM challenge! Send these take home science baggies with students and motivate families to complete the challenge. Looking for an entire year worth of STEM challenges in a bag? Find them HERE! I place these STEM b

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