"Be The One" : Apologia Anatomy & Physiology Unit Three: Build A Model Robotic Hand

"Be The One" : Apologia Anatomy & Physiology Unit Three: Build A Model Robotic Hand Bear Elective Adventure: Robotics 3

Looking for STEM projects and challenges for kids?  Building and engineering projects are awesome for developing thinking skills and encouraging the ability to design and create.  The tough part, though, is that teachers often have to purchase the materials at their own expense.  At home, we don’t need to supply enough materials for a class, …

25 Awesome STEM Challenges for Kids (with Inexpensive or Recycled Materials!)

25 Awesome STEM Challenges for Kids (with Inexpensive or Recycled Materials!) Building challenges with paper, straw, craft sticks, etc.

These shaving cream rain clouds were a fun, easy and beautiful activity to do with kids. Watch as the "rain" falls down from the clouds!

Shaving Cream Rain Clouds

This shaving cream rain clouds experiment is a fun, easy and beautiful activity to do with kids. Watch as the "rain" falls down from the clouds!

Are you ready for monthly STEM projects? Here's a money-saving bundle of 30 kid-tested STEM activities- perfect for using all year long.

STEM Challenges for the Year Seasonal Bundle

Are you ready for monthly STEM projects? This bundle of 30 kid-tested STEM activities has monthly STEM projects all ready to keep elementary aged kids engaged all year round!

How Strong is Spaghetti? STEM Challenge for Kids! Create tests to investigate the strength of spaghetti.

How Strong is Spaghetti? STEM Challenge for Kids!

How Strong is Spaghetti? STEM Challenge for Kids! Create tests to investigate the strength of spaghetti. Ask the kids to design a testing method to determine the strength of spaghetti. What can you create to demonstrate its strength?

Ancient India STEM Challenges

Ancient India STEM Challenges

Find the latest teaching resources and ideas for the elementary and middle school classroom. Interactive notebooks, classroom management, and

STEM Challenge: Build a water slide and then test it- with water! And, just for fun, add a toy figure to the slide to try it out! Have plenty of towels on hand! Read this blog post for details!

4 Wonderful Things We Learned from Water Slides

Sound Science for Kids: Make a Craft Stick Harmonica. Fun STEM project!

Sound Science for Kids: Make a Craft Stick Harmonica

STEM Challenge: Build a solar oven, test it, and then try it out! Check this blog post for more!

STEM Activity Challenge Build a Solar Oven

STEM Challenge: Here's another Earth Day challenge all about using the sun for warming a treat! This challenge is available in money saving bundles. This challenge is from my STEM by the Month collection.

Engineering Project for Kids:  Build a Straw Roller Coaster!  Use straws to create a track that a ping pong ball will roll on. Fun STEM challenge for kids!

Engineering Project for Kids: Build a Straw Roller Coaster!

Creativity: Engineering Project for Kids: Build a Straw Roller Coaster! Use straws to create a track that a ping pong ball will roll on. Fun STEM challenge for kids!

Popsicle Stick Catapult for Kids STEM Activity.

Popsicle Stick Catapult Ideas for Kids STEM Activity

Make popsicle stick catapults for kids STEM activities. Explore physics and Newtons Laws of Motion with a simple machine. All you need are craft sticks and rubber bands to build a simple catapult for kids. Hands on STEM activities make learning fun.

Sometimes the easiest science experiments are the best! Check out this easy science project: baking soda rockets for kids!

Baking Soda Rockets For Kids: An Exciting STEM Project For Summer

For July, we wanted to go BIG and celebrate Independence Day in a loud, booming kind of way with some baking soda rockets for kids! These vinegar baking soda rockets are a great STEM project.

STEM Challenge: The first graders loved building, but their towers tended to spread sideways along the tables rather than getting very tall.   They also quickly discovered that using a card between layers came them platforms to keep building on.

How to Use One Simple Material for a Highly Engaging Challenge

STEM Challenge: The first graders loved building, but their towers tended to spread sideways along the tables rather than getting very tall. They also quickly discovered that using a card between layers came them platforms to keep building on.

STEM Challenges: Straws are such a great material to use for your STEM projects. They are easy to use, come in many colors and sizes, and they are inexpensive! Here's a maze made of straws!

It's All About Those Straws!

Children can create their own maze,they well develop hand and eye coordination while moving the marble through the maze.

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