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41 STEM Projects for Kids of All Ages | Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, oh my! From elementary school to middle school to high school, we've rounded up 41 simple and easy to re-create STEM activities, experiments, and projects for kids and for teens! #stemeducation #stemactivities #steamactivities #steameducation
A week of STEM challenges! "A week of STEM challenges! I decided to take on my own challenge of incorporating a STEM activity every day for a week. It turned out to be a huge success where both my students and I had a blast. Here were the various STEM tasks that they took on: Newspaper towers! Army Man Launcher! Popsicle Bridges! Designing Life Jackets for Babies! The Unsinkable Ship!"
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Share with your friends!4 The demand for STEM careers continues to grow in the Technology Age. Yet, companies struggle to find qualified engineers and scientists to fill the jobs openings. I decided to research why there isn’t a pipeline of engineers for the available jobs, and found that kids lose interest in STEM careers around middle […]
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Building Teamwork at the Beginning of the Year with STEM: This blog post contains ideas for five team building STEM activities to help build classroom community at the beginning of the year. #stem #stemchallenges #beginningoftheyear #backtoschool #classroommanagement
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These 40+ free STEM websites: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are for grades 6-12; middle school and high school.
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Are you looking for fun engineering activities for middle school students? Engineering activities are a great example of STEM activities for middle school students.
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Bring these STEM experiments and activities into your classroom this school year with the help of SOLO!
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Teacher friends, It’s typical for students to begin losing focus in the classroom as the end of the school year is approaching. Real learning does not have to go out the window just yet, you just have to mask it such a way where it doesn’t quite seem like learning to students… but in fact, still is! Do your
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A STEM Challenge featuring a bucket has turned out to be one of our favorites and your students will love it, too! This challenge is to build a tower (although not a very tall one) that will hold weight. Students have the goal of suspending a “bucket” within the tower and that bucket must hold weight. The best part is listening to groups explain why their towers need a bucket. Imaginative answers are one of the high points of this challenge- along with seeing those creative bucket towers!
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