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Stem lessons

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The combination of marshmallows and aliens makes this a winning STEM challenge! With the Space Lander Challenge, student teams build a lander using the Engineering Design Process to keep two marshmallow "aliens" inside a cup as it is dropped from various heights.

Join us as we give you all the details about our popular Space Lander STEM Challenge and link up with some other great STEM educators sharing the BEST STEM CHALLENGE EVER! Teachers love the Space Lander STEM challenge because the students are completely engaged. Students not only learn, but deeply

Individual STEM Challenge Paper Tower Challenge

The following is a guest post from Dr. Jacie Maslyk . Your makerspace or STEM studio might not be getting a lot of use this year. With social distancing and facial coverings in place, it may feel like a challenge to get students collaborating. We can still offer students a variety of STEM chall

Toothpick Towers Tips and Tricks - Teachers are Terrific

Toothpick Towers STEM Challenge is a perfect STEM activity- two materials and very challenging! This will encourage collaboration and perseverance.

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STEM Activities for Kindergarten at Home - How Wee Learn

One of my boy's favourite things in the world is STEM challenges. And guess what? They are becoming one of my favourite learning tools. Could it be? A simple learning setup that I LOVE that my boys LOVE just as much?! Adding STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) activities to your kindergarten (or any grade!) lesson

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Do you find yourself desiring more time to teach STEM? Maybe you only have 15 minutes to complete a STEM activity, but is that enough? In this episode, we are joined by Kerry Tracy to discuss how to have meaningful STEM lessons in short class periods and ideas for gaining more time to do STEM!
STEM Holiday Challenges
Rocks, what kid doesn't love rocks? But how exactly are they made? In this STEAM/ STEM lesson for kids Isaac covers the three different types of rocks (metamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous) and the science of how they become rocks. This is perfect for kids in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. It can also be used as a homeschool lesson.
Being a first-year STEM teacher can be very overwhelming. This episode is all about Claire’s experience after her first year as a formal classroom teacher. Learn about the curriculum she used, tips and tricks to make teaching STEM more effective, and some lessons learned that will help you with your own STEM education journey!