STEM Engineering is not just for big kids! Your students will love this STEM design brief where they get to plan, create, and reflect on creating a landform. You will love it because the PDF includes detailed teacher directions, parent letter about the project, session outline, and more! The powerpoint introduces the STEM project to students in a kid-friendly way PLUS reviews important vocabulary that will be needed throughout the project.
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FREE STEM Starter KitPDF CONTENTS
Note to buyer
STEM design brief lesson plan with teacher notes and without
Letter to parents
STEM Brainstorming sheet *three versions
STEM Planning sheet *two versions
STEM Reflection sheet *two versions
Super STEM Behavior rewards
Landform Design Brief - What's the problem??
JPEGS of Landform brainstorming, planning, and reflection sheets
Follow up questions
MUST HAVE MATERIALS
Each child needs a shoe box to complete the landform project. The PDF includes a short note to parent's asking for them to send in shoebox.
At my school, I had one day a week for STEM. On our STEM day, we would spend anywhere from 30-45 minutes working on our STEM project. This project will most likely take four weeks or four 45 minute sessions.
Best time to use this STEM project would be during or after a unit on landforms. The term 3D is also used, but I don't believe it is necessary for the term 3D to have been covered thoroughly before starting this project.
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I would love to hear what you think about this kit! Also, if you have any ideas or request for STEM lesson plans (design briefs) please leave them in the feedback or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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