K-2 Students will love these hands on adventures to see if the cow can jump over the moon with a hand made catapult, engineer a fiddle to tie in NGSS science standards, and a math connection jumping contest! In three separate STEM challenges along with writing, art, and math connections...this pack is sure to please! This pack hits many K-2 NGSS standards and includes:
-Catapult Challenge with simple materials and pictures to help guide
-differentiated sheets to record results
-Hey Diddle, Diddle math jumping challenge with group and individual math recording sheets and graphing ideas
-Hey Diddle Video connection with QR code, art project, and sequencing sheet
-Writing connections...What would you jump over...
-Rhyming To The Moon and Back cut and paste activity
-If the Cow Could Talk...writing activity
-NGSS Sound Engineering Fiddle Project and record sheet
Also includes: pictures, lesson ideas, NGSS links, materials list and more!
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