Life-Size Board Games for Teaching Multiple Concepts | The TpT Blog
Do you struggle with unique ways to engage your students? Why not try life-size game boards? They'll get your students up and moving and can be used to teach or review a variety of concepts!
Easy Science Project: How to Make a Neon Green Flame
We’re all pretty well acquainted with red glowing coals and the mesmerizing yellowish-amber color from flames in the fireplace, and if you really stare long enough you’ll even notice small glows of blue at the very “bottom” of the flame.
STEM Trifold: Flotation Device
A new way to STEM! Guide your students through the entire STEM engineering design process using a simple trifold. Students will ask, imagine, plan, create, evaluate, reflect, and improve...all in the trifold! For this challenge which can be completed in one class period, students will construct a flo...
You Need to Try These Engineering Activities for Kids
Engineering activities for kids that will get their brains and bodies moving! Grab a free engineering challenge printable for even more STEM fun.
Rainbow Jar - Playdough To Plato
This colorful rainbow jar is the perfect easy kids' science experiement becauses it uses ingredients you already have in your kitchen!
Static Electricity Butterfly Experiment
Static Electricity is a fascinating subject, especially for preschoolers. Every once in a while someone in my household will touch another family member after unintentionally rubbing their feet on the carpet and will give them
You MUST try these amazing kids science experiments! They are so cheap and easy to do but your kids will seriously think they are magic. #scienceexperiments #stem
Floating M M&M Candy Science Experiment
The magic floating m! Have you ever tried it? The classic floating m candy science experiment is easy and fun for kids of all ages. Explore water solubility with this dissolving candy science activity. Also fun is the classic skittles science experiment! We have videos for both great candy science experiments.
Build Fun Robots with Students | Science Buddies Blog
Science Buddies has projects, Lesson Plans, and convenient kits to make it easy to explore robotics with students.
Gross Science Experiments - I Can Teach My Child!
Make snot, see what poop is made of, explore blood...these disgustingly gross science experiments are definitely not for the squeamish or faint of heart!
STEM Activities For Children (Tuesday Tutorials)
Following a really successful STEM week in my school a few weeks ago, The Boy has been keen to explore as many different elements of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths as possible.