Marshmallow and Toothpick Building Challenge - Munchkins and Moms
Give preschoolers an opportunity to learn from the marshmallow and toothpick building challenge!
DIY Sundial for Kids
Create your own sundial with this easy outdoor STEM project for the kids that mixes science, math, engineering and even a little history!
Motorized Coloring Machine Kids Can Make
You know what STEM is right? Science, technology, engineering and math. These are skills that kids really need to have a nice handle on- both boys and girls. We
The Elevator Challenge (Adding Rigor) - Teachers are Terrific
STEM Elevator Challenge- Build a cranking elevator to lift a heavy load. A perfect challenge for Halloween, Easter, or any time!
Ancient India STEM Challenges
Find the latest teaching resources and ideas for the elementary and middle school classroom. Interactive notebooks, classroom management, and more
Pringles Ring STEM Challenge (Includes FREE Recording Sheet) — Carly and Adam
Can you build a ring using only Pringles chips? The Pringles Ringle is an engineering challenge in which students create a ring using only Pringles chips, no tape or glue allowed!
Stanford University Business Courses
California!! Stanford Business School! Sunny beaches and a great education. Can you think of a nicer combo? Students at Stanford University can earn an MBA, or
Top Museums You Can Tour Online for Free - Learn in Color
Sometimes, field trips to great locations aren’t possible. Check out some of these virtual tours to famous museums and locations around the world! Whether they immerse you in a 360 degree view or show a video, giving virtual tours is a great way to help bring history and science alive and make learning more engaging […]
250 Virtual Field Trips.... most of them are free!
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Gamer STEM Challenges! – Student Savvy
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
Hands-on Water Cycle Fun!
Recently I accepted a position at a local school to work with kids during their year round intersession program, and I had the pleasure of teaching science to 5th graders for 3 days. I had a wonderful time teaching them about the water cycle and weather, especially since I was able to incorporate a hands-on activity and an exciting demonstration into our lessons. Each team created a mini water cycle using a rotisserie chicken container, and I demonstrated cloud formation in a large pickle…