Are you a classroom teacher looking for a way to integrate STEM or STEAM activities into your current curriculum? If so, this product might be just what you are looking for! This contains STEM and STEAM challenges to use during the month of March and a set of Brag Tags to give your students once the activities are completed.
We have done all the research and planning for you. There are 13 activities for you to choose from. We have tried to include activities that will supplement what you are already doing in your classroom.
Mirrors and White Light
Water Tension With a Penny
Circle Art: Pi Day
Painting With Candy
You could choose to focus on science, technology, engineering, or math with the different activities included in this monthly packet. All students could complete the same activity at the same time. Another idea would be to choose several activities and set them up like centers so students could rotate through each center. This would be a great way to utilize parent volunteers or older students, STEM Buddies!
Items included with this product:
The National Science Standards to make lesson planning easier-1 page
STEM supplies information-4 pages
Picture book suggestions for each activity-1 page
STEM activities-32 pages
Colored pages to use for modeling on the SmartBoard
Student pages, many options to choose from that allow for differentiation
Full pages-18, Mini Book-16 pages
weSTEM I can statement posters in color and black and white-2 pages
STEM Brag Tags - one for each activity
Bunting Banners weSTEM-6 pages
STEM posters, one for each letter-4 pages
This is part of a bundle.
Other STEM units that might interest you:
January STEM Challenges
February STEM Challenges
March STEM Challenges
April STEM Challenges
May STEM Challenges
June STEM Challenges
September STEM Challenges
October STEM Challenges
November STEM Challenges
December STEM Challenges
Fall STEM Bundle
Winter STEM Bundle
Spring STEM Bundle
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