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The ORIGINAL Fidget Spinner Stem Challenge & Lab! Fidget Spinners driving you crazy? Discover the science of fidget spinners with this engaging STEM Challenge. Practice scientific method with an exploration of variables, data collection, graphing, mean/average, and more...all while having fun!Th
Learn the principles of motion by building paper roller coasters with your students. Build marble runs using only paper and tape. The Paper Roller Coaster templates have been used in schools in all 50 states and over 30 countries. The download includes templates for building twelve different piece
This electricity lapbook kit includes 11 PAGES OF INFORMATIONAL PASSAGES about the pioneers of electricity, simple circuits, series & parallel circuits, conductors & insulators, lightbulbs, and troubleshooting, PLUS black line masters and photo illustrations for making an electricity lapbook
Looking to spruce up your science curriculum, or have an AWESOME science fair project well you have come to the right place! This collection of truly Super Science Experiments is just for you! It contains chemistry experiments, experiments on matter, physics, and much more! Includes: - 70+ sci
This FREEBIE includes a color and black and white handout to provide to teams of students engaging in the Marshmallow Challenge activity. This activity is great to use as an icebreaker or to engage students in critical thinking, cooperative learning, and innovative thinking. It can also be used to r
This resource works well with my Force and Motion PowerPoint. Grab my FORCE AND MOTION ACTIVITIES BUNDLE to SAVE!UPDATE: The flipbook now comes with new fonts and graphics, and also has magnetism! 27/05/2017All About Force is a 24-page resource that consists of templates that can be used to create a
Roller Coaster Rally: A STEM Integrated Unit What is more exciting than roller coasters?! Not much! Your students will be thrilled to begin this coaster themed STEM unit! While teaching your students about force, motion, engineering design, graphing, analyzing data and more, your students will
PREVIEW AVAILABLE!LIKE WHAT YOU SEE? CHECK OUT OTHER STEM RESOURCES IN MY SHOP!I've redesigned and cleaned up all of my 50 stem labs in this new version. What's new? They're cleaner looking and a bit prettier. Along with new cover graphics, they also have new category tags that allow you to cross-re
This 21st Century Math Project is a tremendous opportunity to integrate subjects in an Algebra 2 or PreCalculus classroom. Hands-on STEM based learning for hands-on student. Along using quadratic functions skills to solve projectile motion physics problems, students will engage in reflective writing
If you need to catch the attention of your elementary students this project will do it! This GREAT package contains a complete lesson plan for a STEM lab experience. The topic is Newton's Second Law of Motion---but it is presented in a very kid friendly way! What is the challenge?Students will be bl
This 21st Century Math Project is a tremendous opportunity to integrate subjects in a math classroom. Hands-on STEM based learning for hands-on students. Along using basic algebra skills to solve basic physics problems, students will engage in reflective writing and use data to support decisions. In
This is a 2 page description/procedure/rubric for a Rube Goldberg project. I gave my class 2 full weeks to work on this. They are provided with minimal materials, the rest is gathered from home (recyclable materials, toys, etc..). A PowerPoint presenation accompanies the Rube Goldberg machine. M
Students will test how different surface types affect the speed a can can travel down a ramp. Students experiment to see how friction affects the motion of an object. SO FUN!!! a real highlight of the unit and hands on real world friction application!Enjoy :)Now part of an awesome bundle of force
I designed this FUN science project to accompany the Georgia 4th grade science standard: S4P3. Students will demonstrate the relationship between the application of a force and the resulting change in position and motion on an object. b. Using different size objects, observe how force affects speed
Students will apply their knowledge of energy, momentum, and Newton’s Laws of Motion to design and construct a crash worthy vehicle. The vehicle must be aerodynamically designed and it must be able to roll along a test ramp (a plastic rain gutter propped up against a ladder) and into an immovable
Who knew that NGSS science and McGraw-Hill Wonders ELA could be integrated so easily. This Engineering STEM challenge has your students designing a low cost themed, highly entertaining roller coaster. Students and teachers have a hard time walking away from it. This packet integrates the NGSS and E
These Newton's Laws of Motion Structured Notes will help your students differentiate and understand Newton's 3 Laws of Motion and the Demonstration Project will help you to assess their understanding. Students are provided one visually-rich structured notes page for each of Newton's three Laws of Mo
Rube Goldberg was an inventor, cartoonist, sculptor, author, and engineer who believed that people preferred the hard way to do things. He gained notoriety by illustrating cartoons featuring complicated inventions that accomplished a simple task. Our unique Rube Goldberg Foldable and Research task
What student doesn't like choices?This TicTacToe board has nine extension activities based on forms of energy that will extend students' content knowledge while they work independently. This works very as an independent project for early finishers or can be used in conjunction with stations. Activit
Straw Rockets are quick, simple and lots of fun for the students. This STEM activity takes about one hour to assemble and one hour for outside launching fun. This engineering activity can be used from grade 3 through 12. This lesson could also be used in March for Women's History Month as an activit
Students read a story that included many examples of Newton's 3 laws of Motion. They then choose 6 events and draw a diagram them, using arrows showing their understanding of the forces occurring. A GREAT way to determine if your students understand the 3 laws. Enjoy! Now part of an awesome bundle
This is a winning grant proposal to purchase LEGO Mindstorm Invention System robotics kits to use for science, physics, technology and engineering activities. A state electrical cooperation awarded $1500.00 for this grant in 2002. This proposal is customizable and can be adjusted to compensate for t
Challenge your students to build rollercoasters of paper, tape, and their own imaginations. The coasters must transfer a marble from start to finish while going through as many tricks as possible. This page is a printable rubric and lesson plan to use, explaining the quiz and test grades associated
**This lab could be used in a Virtual, At Home Hybrid or In Class Teaching Model***In this great hands on activity students will need to follow the Law of Conservation of Energy to create blueprints to their own roller coaster. The students will need to calculate the over all mass, height, PE and K

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