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What is an Engineer? is a great introduction to what an engineer is/does and the engineering process. This product includes a shared book to be used during whole class discussions, as well as a black and white student reader. You can also find the related product, What is a Scientist? Printable Sh
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Introduction to STEM and the Engineering Design Process PowerPointThis PowerPoint presentation can be used to teach students about what STEM is, help them understand how the Engineering Design Process works, and have them experience working on STEM challenges with their peers.The 27-slide PowerPoint
What is STEM? is the perfect resource to help you introduce your young learners to the concept of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics and its importance. In addition to engaging informational signs for whole group instruction, it also comes with a student booklet that could be reprint
STEM Elementary Classroom Engineering Project {Kindergarten, first grade and second grade}In this S.T.E.M. lab, students will work in groups to create a bridge from popsicle sticks (craft sticks) that will hold as much weight as possible. The student’s favorite part is when their very own bridge get
STEM Middle School Engineering Project for 6th, 7th and 8th grade.In this S.T.E.M. lab, students will work in groups to create a bridge from popsicle sticks (craft sticks) that will hold as much weight as possible. The student’s favorite part is when their very own bridge gets to be tested to see ho
STEM Elementary Classroom Engineering Project {Kindergarten, First Grade and Second Grade}In this S.T.E.M. lab bundle, students will work in groups to design and create towers and bridges. Your students will be engaged in the problem solving process as they trouble shoot and improve their projects!
STEM Project for Third, Fourth and Fifth grades. This project is also available in other grade levels: Kindergarten through Second Grade, Middle School******PLEASE NOTE: This product is very similar to the 6-8th grade version. Please don't buy both. Feel free to email me, sciencedemoguy@gmail.com wi
STEM Engineering Project for third, fourth, and fifth grades.In this S.T.E.M. lab, students will work in groups to create a bridge from popsicle sticks (craft sticks) that will hold as much weight as possible. The student’s favorite part is when their very own bridge gets to be tested to see how muc
STEM Middle School Engineering Project for 6th, 7th and 8th grade.In this S.T.E.M. lab, students will work in groups to create a tower from index cards and masking tape. Through teamwork and problem solving, groups will raise their tower to exciting heights!You can customize the text in the Workshee
STEM Middle School Engineering Project for 6th, 7th and 8th grade.******PLEASE NOTE: This product is very similar to the 3-5th grade version. Please don't buy both. Feel free to email me, sciencedemoguy@gmail.com with any questions. Thanks!In this S.T.E.M. lab bundle, students will work in groups to
STEM Elementary Classroom Engineering Project {Kindergarten, First Grade and Second Grade}In this S.T.E.M. lab, students will work in groups to create a bridge that will hold as much weight as possible. After constructing the bridge, students (or the teacher) will start placing pennies into the cup
STEM Middle School Engineering Project for 6th, 7th and 8th grade.In this S.T.E.M. lab, students will work in groups to create a bridge that will hold as much weight as possible. After constructing the bridge, students (or the teacher) will start placing pennies into the cup that is part of the brid
Are you looking for a great STEM or STEAM activity for your classroom? This is my first STEM/STEAM activity in the “FULL STEAM AHEAD” series! I know that this product will help spark your students’ LOVE of STEM! What Is the Purpose of This Activity? Having a “Growth Mindset” is an important concep
* This is the STEAM version of my Introduction to STEM and the Engineering Design Process PowerPoint.This PowerPoint presentation can be used to introduce to students what STEAM is, help them understand how the Engineering Design Process works, and have them experience working on STEAM challenges wi
STEM Engineering Project for third, fourth, and fifth grades.In this S.T.E.M. lab, students will work in groups to create a tower from index cards and masking tape. Through teamwork and problem solving, groups will raise their tower to exciting heights!For a list of materials, please click here! Thi
STEM Elementary Classroom Engineering Project {Kindergarten, first grade and second grade}In this S.T.E.M. lab, students will work in groups to create a tower from index cards and masking tape. Through teamwork and problem solving, groups will raise their tower to exciting heights!You can customize
STEM Middle School Engineering Project for 6th, 7th and 8th gradeIn this S.T.E.M. lab, students will work in groups to create a tower from toothpicks and gumdrops (or Dots). They will discover challenges and setbacks as their structure gets taller. Their goal will be to have a tower that can support
About this ProductThis is a self-guided digital science lesson designed to give students a "First Look" at scientific inquiry and engineering design. It is part of the First Look with Junior Scientist Jack Elkowitz Series. Lessons are made specifically for primary grade students. Download two self-
Who is a STEM professional? Who is a scientist? Who is an engineer? Everyone knows that engineers are nerdy guys with glasses and scientists always have crazy hair! Help students break down the stereotypes around STEM careers by showing them that anyone, including them, can be an engineer or scienti
STEM Engineering Project for third, fourth, and fifth grades.In this S.T.E.M. lab, students will work in groups to create a bridge that will hold as much weight as possible. After constructing the bridge, students (or the teacher) will start placing pennies into the cup that is part of the bridge. H
STEM Project for Third, Fourth and Fifth grades.In this S.T.E.M. lab, students will work in groups to create a tower from toothpicks and gumdrops (or Dots). They will discover challenges and setbacks as their structure gets taller. Their goal will be to have a tower that can support its own weight a
Help your students begin thinking like little engineers with this Interactive Engineering Journal! Complete with prompts to introduce your students to the Engineering Design Process, students will gain a first-hand understanding of what it means to think like an engineer! This packet also comes wit
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STEM Elementary Engineering Project {Kindergarten, First Grade and Second Grade}In this S.T.E.M. lab, students will work in groups to create a tower from toothpicks and gumdrops (or Dots). They will discover challenges and setbacks as their structure gets taller. Their goal will be to have a tower t
Engage your students with this week-long STEM challenge. The Challenge:Have you ever thought about how buildings in California have to be designed and built differently than buildings in other parts of the country? To construct a building to withstand an earthquake requires more planning and engine

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