Engineering for Kids: Build a LEGO Water Wheel - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Here’s a fun STEM project for kids that is perfect for warm weather – build a LEGO water wheel and experiment with fluid dynamics. It was actually not shockingly hot over the July 4th weekend (we live in Texas), and we enjoyed playing outside with Legos! First, Aidan used duct tape to secure some base...Read More »
I could use this in my future classroom as a way for students to recognize what month we are in, what today is, yesterday, etc. This also demonstrates what the weather was like for the week and identify the temperature for the day. I think that this would be a great way for students to be able to learn the months, days and weather. But mainly stressing the days and months of the year.