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This STEM activity is aligned to meet the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Students interact and engage with one another while exploring how pushing objects of different materials can produce different results. Students also explore
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Get your students thinking like engineers as they get to design a bridge out of legos. This challenge takes them through the basic engineer design process. **Be sure to check out the Kindergarten STEM Journal Bundle****
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Get your students thinking like engineers as they get to build a structure out of marshmallows and spaghetti .This challenge takes them through the basic engineers design process. **Be sure to check out the Kindergarten STEM Journal Bundle****
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There are millions of different snowflake designs. In this STEM challenge, students use the Engineering Design Process to create as many snowflakes as they can using toothpicks and mini marshmallows. How many snowflakes different snowflakes can
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Get your students thinking like engineers as they get to create a structure out of Popsicle sticks. This challenge takes them through the basic engineering design process. **Be sure to check out the Kindergarten STEM Journal Bundle****
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A perfect addition to a fairy tale unit to incorporate a STEM Lesson. Provides printables that take tiny engineers through the engineer design process and connects them to a well known fairy tale. Materials Needed; Straws Popsicle stocks
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Students have a blast while using the engineering design process to create a catapult that helps Rudolph get his nose back. Materials (per student) 6 large popsicle sticks 1 spoon 3-4 rubber bands Materials (per class) 1 bag of red pom
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Do your Kindergartners love to build? Turn it into a meaningful journal that your students can use all year. This 20 page journal includes 8 STEM activities using simple materials to get your students thinking like engineers. You can even make
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Can your group build a catapult that launches a pumpkin through the air? Have your own mini punkin chunkin contest. Materials (per group) 10 candy pumpkins A variety of craft sticks Plastic spoons Rubber bands Masking tape Wooden spool
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What better way to bring in Spring then to fly a kite! Your students will go through the engineer design process while designing their own kite. Materials: •tissue paper or any other lightweight paper •Wooden skewers •String •Ruler •Plastic file
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A great way to have young students thinking like engineers in this STEM activity. Students first read the the story "The Wind Blew" then they do some further investigating on their own. Materials (per group) A
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In this fun STEM challenge students get to think like engineers and make a catapult that can launch Rudolph's nose on. Use the printables to help students follow the engineering design process. Happy Catapulting!!! Materials (per student or
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Students engineer a race car and track.Using some creativity and some magnets, students race a car around a paper plate track. A great activity for STEM lessons and cooperative learning. Materials: • Large paper plate • 2 round magnets • Popsicle
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Get your Kindergarten students thinking like engineers in this fun STEM Activity. Students take a nature walk and try to find material like a bird would to build a strong nest. Aligned with the NGSS Uses the Engineering Design Process
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Have your little engineers design a spider web. Students will watch a spider making a web then they will have a chance to engineer their own design using pipe cleaners. How many different types of webs can your students make?? Great way to introduce
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Aligned with the NGSS for grades 3-5, this hands on approach engages students in recreating the 5 different ocean layers. Students also research the how each layer affects another. Materials (per group) clear jar food coloring corn syrup oil dish
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Connect your students to astronomy by having them create their own constellations, or younger students can re create one! Materials: Paper towel tube Foil Pencil Flashlight Black paper Rubber band Constellation patterns (included)
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A great experiment for fall. Students predict and observe the effect of different liquids on a candy pumpkin. Materials: candy pumpkins clear plastic cups milk water oil vinegar
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Get you students thinking like engineers during the winter months with this igloo STEM challenge. Students will use the engineering design process to make an igloo out of sugar cubes. Materials: sugar cubes white icing (or glue) empty can
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Real life engineering challenge. Your students get to become environmental engineers for the day. They are challenged to design a tool to clean up an oil spill using the given materials. Students use the engineering design process to complete the
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