Megan Macfarlane

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9 fun sports science activities for kids, from preschool, kindergarten to school age. Kids learn sports winning strategy, science, and being active. Could be fun ideas for Olympic parties. | STEM

Sports science experiment activities for kids, from preschool, kindergarten to school age. Kids learn sports winning strategy, science, and being active. Fun STEM ideas for science fair and sport or Olympic themed parties.

Grades 4-7. Students must analyze four clues in order to correctly arrange six different Pattern Blocks in a specific order. These tasks are designed to activate and expand students’ logical reasoning skills while reinforcing various geometry concepts. $

Grades Students must analyze four clues in order to correctly arrange six different Pattern Blocks in a specific order. These tasks are designed to activate and expand students’ logical reasoning skills while reinforcing various geometry concepts.

Bottle tossing and flipping is trending huge with kids, preteens, and teens. Learn how to take an annoying game and make it educational & engaging with a FREE review game template that can be used with ANY task cards and a STEM Project Based Learning activity.

Bottle tossing and flipping is trending huge with kids, preteens, and teens. Learn how to take an annoying game and make it educational & engaging with a FREE review game template that can be used with ANY task cards and a STEM Project Based Learning activity.

STEM Challenges for elementary students! Students will design and build a structure to withstand a simulated earthquake. Photos of ways to build the shake tray are included. Kids use only a few materials that are easy to gather for the teacher and will be fun for kids to use in your classroom. The building of the structure and then testing it on your shake tray are so much fun. This STEM resource includes detailed teacher directions, photos, lab sheets, and rubrics.

STEM Challenges for elementary students! Students will design and build a structure to withstand a simulated earthquake. Photos of ways to build the shake tray are included. Kids use only a few materials that are easy to gather for the teacher and will be fun for kids to use in your classroom. The building of the structure and then testing it on your shake tray are so much fun. This STEM resource includes detailed teacher directions, photos, lab sheets, and rubrics.