Hi guys! Thank you for checking out this adorable student gift!
I have designed this product specifically with students in mind. They will be challenged to think, create, and innovate.
STEM activity booklet, 2 designs in color and black and white
Materials list for 1 bag, 25 bags, or 50 bags
My shopping list and where I found the cheapest materials
Pictures of how to put bags together
3 bag toppers, in color and black and white
3 bag tags, in color and black and white
The activities are: Boat Float, Parachute, Stick Catapult, Build a Bridge, Build a Tower
I have created two different booklets for you to choose:
- One booklet is designed for open ended thinking. It lists the materials needed for each project with a question and a chart to track experiments. This leaves the activity open so that the student can decide how to answer the question without specific instructions. You can print two booklets to a page.
- The second booklet contains the question, materials list, charts, and specific instructions on how to complete the activity. This allows younger students to complete the challenges with more guidance. You can print one booklet to a page.
Materials Needed PER BAG
1 Happy STEM, Valentine booklet
1 paper bag or gallon zip top bag
6 small paper cups
1 Plastic sheet, about 5”x5” each
1 piece tissue paper, about 5”x5” each
1 paper towel, about 5”x5” each
12 pieces of string/yarn, 5-8 inches
10 (or more) pipe cleaners
3 foil sheets, about 5”x5” each
6 wooden sticks
1 plastic spoon
7 rubber bands
About 30 Candy hearts
1 snack bag (for hearts)
You could also use this resource as a classroom activity such as science centers. Even as a take home nightly activity - send one home each night to work as a family. Lots of ideas for this simple pack.
Thanks and happy teaching!!
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