We are off to see the Wizard...and to ask him for engineering skills.
Great literature lends itself to numerous engineering activities and
The Wizard of Oz is no exception. Students will design and build structures to survive a tornado (disguised as a hair drier) and to keep Dorothy safe. Using their knowledge of structures, students will build, test, and analyze the components needed to survive a force of nature.
You might also like “Ready, Set…STEM!”, our STEM Student notebook to support your program. It includes a teacher guide filled with ideas
Ready, Set…STEM, An Introductory Packet to Start a STEM classroom
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