The California Gold Rush brought many to San Francisco in 1849 including Domenico Ghiradelli. This infinitely-folding origami riddle card unfolds to reveal how a Ghriadelli employee discovered the broma process of chocolate making.
This kit is perfect for integrating STEM content into units on the Gold Rush, factories, chocolate, STEM and California--and a great introductory activity
to these topics.
★★ View my Biomimicry Discovery Cards Demo
for a look of how a similar card operates.★★
★★ View my Biomimicry Discovery Cards Assembly Tutorial
to learn how to assemble the cards. ★★
• 1 PDF STEM Discovery Cards (with two levels of difficulty)
• 1 STEM Discovery Map computer interactive (and link to online version
To create these templates you just need:
• a color printer
• paper cutter or exacto knife and sharp edge
• hot glue gun or stapler
ALSO AVAILABLE IN THIS BUNDLE:
• San Francisco and Monterey Bay STEM Discovery Cards Kit
• Biomimicry Discovery Cards
★ ★ Inspire students to connect San Francisco's rich history and STEM with this STEM Discovery Card! ★ ★
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: This product gives the End User (purchaser) the right to use the lesson plans in their classroom. Please purchase one additional, discounted multi-seat license per classroom if sharing with additional classrooms or for school district use. Thank you!
All projects are aligned to Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). See preview file for lesson overview and standards alignment.
Keywords: inventions, origami, STEAM, STEM, technology, 49ers, Pioneer Woolen Building, Pier 39