What a fabulous opportunity your classroom Maker Space can provide for young scientists and engineers to dream, plan, invent, test, and ready their creations for sharing with others.
This free resource provides some basic ideas for getting started on a Maker Space project. Inside you will find teacher notes, supply lists, suggestions for organization and scheduling, and ideas for celebrating finished products.
I hope you will enjoy using this free guide to focus on Science and Engineering Practices in your learning community!
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STEM Journal for any STEM Challenge Activity
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Eight Science and Engineering Practices for Grades 4-6
Science Close Reads for Any Science Text or Article
Science Performance Assessment: How Does a Flashlight Work?
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