Make the month of February a celebration with these STEM-TASTIC activities. These 7 engaging STEM activities are sure to add some rigor and excitement to the month. These STEM challenges can be used as stations or as activities completed throughout the day.
Lincoln Statue (students build the Lincoln Statue using pennies and play dough that holds a 5 dollar bill)
Washington Monument (students build the Washington Monument using quarters and play dough that is 1 dollar tall)
Shape Lanterns (students build paper lanterns using pattern blocks)
Brushing Measurements (students make a toothbrush using popsicle sticks and play dough that is 20 teeth/marshmallows long)
Stacking Hearts (students build a heart tower using 14 cups and paper)
Cookie Shapes (students create different shape cookies using play dough)
Burrow Building (students build a groundhog's burrow using building blocks that will hold a paper groundhog)
7 journal reflection pages for each challenge
editable home letter for needed STEM item donations
small building blocks
small paper cups
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