EDITABLE Science Bell Ringer prompts for the ENTIRE school year. Save yourself tons of time! This amazing resource will have your middle school or high school science students writing, thinking critically and creatively, producing and analyzing graphs an
Blow Cup Challenge STEM Challenge meets science and math standards in elementary and middle school Practice the scientific method, collect data, use critical thinking skills and more by incorporating the blow cup challenge into the classroom.
Last year, I started a new Space Club program at four middle schools. Not wanting to reinvent the wheel, I searched the web for ideas and curriculum to implement. I soon became excited to find great resources like NASA and TeachEngineering
Using picture books for teaching math to young children and even middle school children is a great way to teach new or abstract mathematical concepts. Take a look at some favorite math picture books and grab a FREE growing list of great math book titles! #teachingchildrenmathematics #mathforchildren
Cup Stacking Collaboration Challenge- A great activity to have on hand at any event. If you end up having extra time pull out this game to keep your students occupied until it's time to go.
Celebrate Pi Day Like a NASA Rocket Scientist (Grades 4-12): Pi day problems, activities, and infographics allow you to celebrate NASA style on 3/14. Illustrated problems sets allow students to use the mathematical constant pi to solve real-world science and engineering problems. Choose the Pi Day activity for your grade level. STEM activities. Math activities. Real world math. Real world science. Elementary math. Middle school math. Geometry. High school math. Pi for elementary. #PiDay
This STEM project with a math emphasis is great for middle school students to review ratios, rates, percents, and percent bar graphs! Use anytime, but especially during Spring and Easter time, this math mini project is a great way to bring some fun and real-world application into your middle school math classroom.