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Engage your students with this week-long STEM Challenge. Your students will be able to Explore, Elaborate, and Explain while Engaged in this REAL-WORLD challenge of designing their own vegetable garden!
This is great way to promote both the scientific and engineering methods! This is a 'feel good' project. - THIS IS WHAT TEACHING SCIENCE IS ALL ABOUT!!!
Your students are given a one page article concerning vegetable gardens and victory gardens during World War 2. In addition to the article, your students are provided with several recommended websites that feature gardens. The websites will introduce different ideas that have been accomplished and on what may be done. Your students are then provided their challenge.
What is included:
- Introductory Article
- STEM Challenge
- Engineering Design Process
- STEM Venn Diagram
- Vocabulary Table
- Model Design Sheet
- Career Spotlight (Agriculturist)
- Problem Sheet
- Websites of Interests
- STEM Project Sheet
- Scientific Method Process
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