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This fun, interactive STEM Activity explores skin sensitivity. Students write a hypothesis about which of the four areas on their arms and hands are most sensitive, using DIY sensory testers. This includes a detailed teacher's guide with step by
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In this fun, interactive STEM activity, students will work with live worms to explore how they sense the world around them. This includes: * Detailed Teacher's Guide * Hypothesis and Observation sheet * Critical Thinking
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In this STEM Activity, we explore the way our eyes work by making our own "eye". This includes: Activity Worksheet Diagram of the Anatomy of the Eye Detailed Teacher's
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This includes Two STEM Activities * STEM Activity - Disappearing Colors * STEM Activity - Secret Message Valentine's Day Card * Teacher's Guide The STEM Activities are designed to work together. The first STEM activity shows students what
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This is a STEM Activity to use with the book "They All Saw a Cat" by Brendan Wenzel. This includes: * STEM Activity about earthworms and how they "see" * Fun Facts About Earthworms * Detailed Teacher Guide You may also be interested in the STEM
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This is a STEM Activity to use with the book "They All Saw a Cat" by Brendan Wenzel. This includes: * STEM Activity about compound eyes * Fun Facts About Bees * Detailed Teacher Guide You may also be interested in the STEM Bundle for They All
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These STEM Activities can be paired with They All Saw a Cat by Brendan Wenzel. This includes: STEM Activity - What the Earthworm Saw * STEM Activity about earthworms and how they "see" * Fun Facts About Worms Handout * Detailed
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This download contains two different experiments using yeast. Introduce scientific concepts such as a hypothesis, a Test, and Control to your students with this fun, hands-on activity. Includes: Worksheet (STEM Experiment - Yeast) Worksheet
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Snatchabook STEM Activities Bundle - Engineering and Math These activities are related to The Snatchabook by Helen Docherty. This set includes: * Two STEM Engineering activities * Two Math activities, focusing on graphing data * A teacher's
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Winter STEM Challenge - Ice Enclosure Challenge This STEM Challenge has students think about how to prevent their ice cube from melting by designing and building an enclosure to house their ice cube. This download comes with: * Student
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A Short video showing how to assemble your Santa optical illusion and also see the finished product at the end. To download the teacher's guide and activity, please click on the link below: Holiday STEM-Santa Optical
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This is a fun take on the the hollow face illusion that you see at many amusement parks. Students can make their own hollow face illusion with this printable, and also learn the difference between concave and convex shapes. This comes
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Challenge your students to build a catapult using only the materials provided This download comes with: * Student Worksheet * Teacher's Guide * Diagram of how to think like an
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In this activity, students will learn that changing the shape of something can alter its strength. They will compare different shapes side by side and see which shape can hold the most weight. In addition, they will be challenged to come up with a
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Help Santa get to your house safely and pick up some Christmas items along the way using commands. Students will learn the basic principles of algorithms and how to use step-by-step commands to solve their problem. This includes: * 4 different
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Santa has a lot of toys to deliver! Help him build a sleigh that can hold the most weight. This fun STEM activity will challenge students to think outside the box. They will build a "sleigh" using a piece of paper and a few classroom supplies. It
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This project will have students create a ladybug habitat where they can observe live ladybugs over the course of 4 days. It is complete with instructions on how to easily make individual ladybug habitats for the using everyday items. They can
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Add a twist to making your own butter! In this experiment, students will experiment and see what will happen if they use low-fat milk to try to make butter. They will do a side-by-side comparison of the experiment using low-fat milk and cream to try
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught children from preschoolers to 3rd graders science experiments ranging from making our own butter to hydraulic bridges.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe it is never too early to teach children to have a passion for science. Children are naturally inquisitive and science is an amazing way for them to relate to the world around them in a very real way. The scientific method is a very important tool that can be used throughout their school careers. It teaches them to think about problems sequentially and logically. Recording experiment observations helps students build their writing skills. Breaking students up into lab groups helps them to build their communication skills with their peers. Children learn best by doing, and that is what I love about science experiments!

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BA, Economics, University of California, Irvine

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