A complete set of 25 STEM challenge cards, including a student passport, representing at least 25 one hour lessons! COLOR & BLACKLINE
These task cards allow flexibility with the teacher to either grab and go or build further lessons around each challenge. They lend themselves to Geography, Science, Engineering, History and Inquiry subjects.
The STUDENT PASSPORT allows students to evaluate and answer questions about their designs - full passport for each set is included.
* INCLUDED *
4 DIFFERENT SETS of STEM CHALLENGE CARDS and a STUDENT PASSPORT BOOKLETS ------
Around the World Set Includes
Italy - Learning Tower of Pisa,France - Eiffle Tower, Australia - Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sweden - Viking Catapult, America - Basketball Hoop, Egypt - Pyramids, Russia - Rockets and Airplanes
Europe Set Includes
Sweden - Catapults, Greece - Mythology, Germany - Brandenburg Gate, Monaco - Grand Prix, Finland - Snowflakes, Spain - Aquaduct
North America Set Includes
Hoover Dam, Big Island Volcanoes-Hawaii, CN Tower Canada, White Pass & Yukon Railway Canada, Golden Gate Bridge, Lake Pontchartrain Causeway
Asia Set Includes
China - The great Wall of China, Thailand - The Flight of the Gibbon, China - Invention of Kites, United Arab Emirates - Barj Khalifa, Japan - Tokyo Skyline, China - The Bailong Elevator
Students will learn
* the location of famous landmarks and inventions
* facts about each landmark or invention
* about flags for each country
* how to build and design with constraints such as materials and time
* how to evaluate their own designs
Students can earn a STAMP in their STEM PASSPORT by completing different activities based on different COUNTRIES.
Each TASK CARD can be printed back to back
FRONT - Challenge is outlined
BACK - Design Questions
* one STAMP for completing the challenge
* One STAMP for answering design questions
These cards best suit grades 3 to 6
With guidance they can be used for younger grades and with more time restrictions they can be used for older grades also.
The design questions are the same for each task card, allowing students to build on how they analyse and evaluate their own designs. By the end of the tasks it is expected that students should be able to better verbalize and explain their learning.
CURIOSITY and the HUNGRY MIND