This STEM unit allows students to utilize KNEX kits and homemade construction to learn about energy through the new standards (NGSS) and variables unit (FOSS) or a great STEM unit for your classroom. This roller coaster unit also integrates computer activities to build on-line roller coaster that connect vocabulary with real world design!
This unit includes:
Two STEM projects
Vocabulary sheets and Vocabulary Cards
My six week after school unit guide
Top 10 Roller Coasters Research sheet/site connections
Economics component (math)
Mapquest Theme Park Road Trip activity and sheet
Theme Park Review Writing activity
Mean, Median, Mode, Range math sheet with teamwork component
Daily Design, vocabulary, measurement sheet
Links and reading connections
Newton’s Laws Graphic organizer/science notebook sheet
Science Poster project and rubric
Roller Coaster Story Problems worksheet
Check out my blog for more ideas and updates on my roller coaster after school program at : http://scienceschoolyard.blogspot.com/
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