STEM Activity Calendar

STEM Activity Calendar
STEM Activity Calendar
STEM Activity Calendar
STEM Activity Calendar
STEM Activity Calendar
STEM Activity Calendar
STEM Activity Calendar
STEM Activity Calendar
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  1. Keep students engaged all year long with this bundle of STEM activities for every school break! Each STEM calendar includes daily science, engineering, and math challenges for school breaks! Activities are straightforward and accessible to students of all levels with little or no supplies needed.
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A STEM calendar with science, engineering, and math challenges! Activities are straightforward and accessible to students of all levels with little or no supplies needed. Get them up, outside, and exploring the world! Students will build a bird feeder, make a lava lamp, cook with fractions, and so much more! The world outside is their new and exciting classroom.

The daily activities will incorporate math concepts, scientific thinking, critical thinking, communication, creativity, and real-world problem solving. Recommended for upper elementary and middle school grades, and students can easily apply skills applicable to their level.

STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Math

**Calendar includes 3 blank months for Monday through Friday. Activities are the same as the STEM Summer Calendar. **

Math Monday
Students apply math concepts to real world scenarios. Examples: Budget for a shopping trip, measure your heart beat, cooking using fractions.
Outdoor Tuesday
Students get outside and explore nature! Examples: Build a bird feeder, plant a flower, go bird watching.
Science Wednesday
Students explore scientific concepts with hands-on experiments and observations with common items. Examples: Make a lava lamp, design a baking soda/vinegar experiment, discover tongue theory.
Engineering Thursday
Students will explore engineering through design and building activities using household items. Examples: Design a catapult, build a water balloon helmet, invent a new alarm system
Fun Friday
Students get a mix of science, engineering, and math activities with the goal to have some fun. Examples: Create an obstacle course, make symmetry art, design a senses challenge.

About STEM Challenges: STEM challenges are an engaging way to incorporate the engineering design process into your classroom or afterschool program! These hands-on activities allow students to work in teams, apply the engineering design process, and connect science topics to real-world applications. The teacher will provide the structure to the project, but students will take an active role in designing and building their own balloon rocket device.

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