Maker Task: Design a Fairy Garden

Maker Task: Design a Fairy Garden
Maker Task: Design a Fairy Garden
Maker Task: Design a Fairy Garden
Maker Task: Design a Fairy Garden
Maker Task: Design a Fairy Garden
Maker Task: Design a Fairy Garden
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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 resource is the first in a series of Maker Tasks, perfect for group or independent work. Use a Maker Task as inspiration for budding geniuses during your genius hour, or offer them as starter ideas for science fair projects. They also make great performance assessments at the conclusion of a science unit, ensuring that students have considered the concepts learned in light of the engineering process. Maker Tasks ask students to include all aspects of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) in their work. These tasks also offer opportunities for differentiation within your Science class.

Why a Fairy Garden? Pondering the elements needed for a Fairy Garden stimulates our imaginations, whether we believe in fairies or not! As our cities and suburban areas become increasingly crowded, people are turning more and more to considering the planning of smaller and more efficient living spaces. Fairy gardens are used indooors and out, making the environment healthier and more beautiful for humans and other living things.

Each Maker Task will include:
Teacher Notes
an invitation to the Task, including details of how to proceed
a suggested list of supplies unique to the Task and letters to ask for donations
a STEM Journal customized for that particular task
a simpler verson of the STEM Journal for differentiation
All student pages are in grayscale.

I hope you will enjoy using these Tasks to focus on Science and Engineering Practices
in your learning community!

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