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This Catapult STEM Challenge is my favorite way to teach students about the lever simple machine. teachersofsummer Students will learn how to build a lever simple machine by building their own catapults! This packet includes definition posters, lever building posters, and several writing pieces to h

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Really fun way to teach simple machines, levers, and Newton's Laws. This is a lesson plan with the full description of how to make marshmallow catapults to launch in class. This is a formal lesson plan, usable for any observation. This was a big hit in the classroom!
In this activity students learn what a catapult is and what it was used for, then are challenged to build one themselves. Students use a variety of materials to build a catapult to launch a ping pong. It can be a great addition to a simple machines unit. Two versions are included: one where they la
Winter themed science can be super fun! In this activity Students learn what a catapult is and what it was used for, then are challenged to build one themselves. Students use a variety of materials to build a catapult to launch a peppermint candy! It can be a great addition to a simple machines uni
Have a blast teaching your students about simple machines with this easy lab/activity! Students will build a catapult out of popsicle sticks, rubber bands, and a spoon and launch marshmallows high in the air! They will also try launching a penny and a cotton ball to compare the objects to their ori
This reading passage can be used for reading comprehension, writting response, and deeper understanding to a Build A Catapult challenge.
Students work with a set of given materials and asked to construct a catapult. The objective is to launch a lima bean as close to the target as possible. This lesson includes math and science.
Lesson going off an engineering format for students 3-6th grade. 1-2 day activity for students to create a catapult going off the knowledge of simple machines.
Make learning all about Simple Machines (pulleys, wedges, screws, levers, inclined planes, wheels and axles) fun and hands on in your classroom! Use a small table or a small bookshelf to create an engaging science center full of hands on materials for students to explore and investigate using the in
Halloween themed science can be super fun! In this activity Students learn what a catapult is and what it was used for, then are challenged to build one themselves. Students use a variety of materials to build a catapult to launch a candy pumpkin! This can be a great addition to a simple machines u
This supplemental set of science materials is great for elementary students learning about 6 SIMPLE MACHINES:• inclined plane• lever• pulley• screw• wedge• wheel and axleCheck out the PREVIEW above to see samples and photos of the materials.THE SET INCLUDES:• Posters of Definitions, Purposes, and E
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2nd - 3rd
Winter themed science can be super fun! In this activity Students learn what a catapult is and what it was used for, then are challenged to build one themselves. Students use a variety of materials to build a catapult to launch a snowball (marshmallow or cotton ball)! It can be a great addition to a
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. (This acronym can also be spelled “STEAM” in which the “A” stands for art.) This packet is full of fun, hands-on, innovative STEM activities that your preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students are sure to love. Why STEM? As educa
STEM Mini"Punkin Chuckin": An Engineering Exploration of Levers and ForcesSTEM Engineering Challenge for Halloween!!Autumn means Pumpkin Chucking Time - an awesome STEM activity! No pumpkin chucking catapults near your location? No problem...hold your own mini contest with this fun activity that rei
NEWLY DIGITAL as a Google Doc!Valentine's themed science can be super fun! In this activity Students learn what a catapult is and what it was used for, then are challenged to build one themselves. Students use a variety of materials to build a catapult to launch a Hershey's Kiss! It can be a great a
Learn about the six simple machines in your classroom! The Introduction to Simple Machines includes posters, photo sorts, writing pages, and a fun flap book to get your students excited about learning about simple machines. Dive deeper into the lever, pulley, and wheel and axle simple machines throu
Note: This entire unit can be utilized for meaningful and user friendly distance learning. PowerPoint slideshows and work bundles can be divided into small manageable daily lessons and uploaded to google classroom. Students follow the detailed and fun slideshow, visit video and academic links, explo
STEM and Catapults All Year! An Engineering Bundle of Levers and ForcesCatapults Flying Through Fall, Winter, and Spring!Mention catapults and watch your student’s eyes light up. They know they are starting an awesome activity and you know you are teaching a fabulous hands- on lesson on levers and f
STEM CATAPULTS | Flying Marshmallow Chicks- Engineering Levers and ForcesThe supermarket’s marshmallow chicks have provided us with inspiration for another fun catapult lesson. Grab a bag of candy chicks, some spools or small plastic vials, and some paint stirrers and you are good to go for a great
Can you build the best catapult? The activity in this resource is designed to be used as a team building activity in the math classroom. It can easily be used at any time of the year to challenge students and incorporate the design process. This activity could easily be integrated in to your geom
In this bundle there are 24 simple machine challenges perfect for a Maker Space or STEM Center. In the challenges students will be tasked with using various materials to create conveyor belts, marble runs, catapults, crossbow, pulley systems, elevators, zip lines, winch, and various other systems th
SUMMER themed science can be super fun! In this activity students learn what a catapult is and what it was used for, then are challenged to build one themselves. Students use a variety of materials to build a catapult to launch a beach ball (ping pong ball colored like a beach ball with a sharpie)
In this activity Students learn what a catapult is and what it was used for, then are challenged to build one themselves. Students use a variety of materials to build a catapult to launch a piece of candy (any will work)! It can be a great addition to a simple machines unit.Students LOVE this projec
About SNAPs Lab Stations ActivitiesSNAPs Lab Stations Activities require students to use science, math, literacy, problem-solving and engineering skills. They are designed to enhance students' understanding of scientific concepts and help students apply scientific ideas to the real world. Each stati

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