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Introduce students to STEM with these fun activities! Great for math & science teachers or parents.

Intro to Science & Engineering: STEM Critical Thinking Challenges

These activities expose students to the real world of science and engineering with challenges like "Think Like an Engineer" or "Science in the News." Activities challenge students to explore and broaden their understanding of the world around us.

You have been hired by LEGOs to design and build a new toy! You have 90 minutes to build a prototype, design a magazine ad, and fill out a self-reflection journal with your Design Team! This collaborative, hands-on activity fosters team-building, critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and social skills amongst your students! It also allows you to assess learning and communication styles. Learning Objectives, Teaching Tips, and Common Core State Standards all included. FREE!

You have been hired by LEGOs to design and build a new toy! You have 90 minutes to build a prototype, design a magazine ad, and fill out a self-reflection journal with your Design Team! This collaborative, hands-on activity fosters team-building, critical

Teaching Text Features through a Project Freebie!  This is a great way for students to learn about text features by creating their own poster project.

Teaching Text Features through a Project Freebie! This is a great way for students to learn about text features by creating their own poster project. Thank you to "The Grade Journey".

Wonders in Kindergarten: What can you balance? Exploring Mass!

Sarama and Clements stress that “the importance of well-planned, free-choice play, appropriate to the ages of the children, should not be un.

Snowman. Snowmen at Night. Cover most of the Literature, Speaking and Listening standards by doing a close read of Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner. Close reading is tied in with the common core Literature and Informational text standards. It is a careful and methodical rereading that requires critical thinking about the text. Students must focus on what the author is saying and what his or her purpose is.

Snowman. Snowmen at Night. Cover most of the Literature, Speaking and Listening standards by doing a close read of Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner. Close reading is tied in with the common core Literature and Informational text standards. It is a careful and methodical rereading that requires critical thinking about the text. Students must focus on what the author is saying and what his or her purpose is.