Butterfly Life Cycle Paper Toy Craft – Flextangle Template
Let’s learn about the life cycle of a butterfly with this engaging butterfly life cycle paper toy flextangle.
STEM Challenge for Kids: Design a Paper Plate Marble Maze
In this STEM challenge for kids, children will create a paper plate marble maze game inspired by pinball machines using a paper plate and a marble. This engineering activity is great for kids from kindergarten age up through 4th, 5th and 6th grades! Follow our STEM for Kids Pinterest board! This post contains affiliate links. …
Build Your Own Monster STEM Activity for Kids!
Bring engineering skills to life with this fun engineering activity where kids build a 3D monster craft for Halloween. Engineering has never been so fun!
Cardboard Tube STEM Activities
Who leaves the empty cardboard tube in the bathroom at your house? Or who leaves the last paper towel on the roll without getting out a new one? I bet every family has the main culprit, but now you can thank them for making sure to save all of those rolls for these cardboard tube STEM activities! Next time you go to remove one of those empty rolls, stash it away for a cool STEM activity to do with the kids. CARDBOARD TUBE STEM ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS Cardboard tubes, paper towel rolls, TP rolls…
Gravity Painting – A STEAM Art Project for Kids
This gravity painting activity for kids combines science and art to demonstrate the force of gravity in a STEAM-filled project that promotes creative thinking. Add colored tissue paper to turn it into a beautiful spring artwork. Post by Jamie Hand. Combine science and art to demonstrate the force of gravity in a fun art project for kids. This STEAM-filled activity will have your child thinking creatively and becoming a problem solver. What is STEAM? STEAM is the combination of Science…
Summer STEM and Engineering
The coolest project using craft sticks! Build a crossbow inspired Launcher. This quick and easy project teaches engineering and physics and is packed with fun!
Jelly Bean Project For Easter STEM
Easter STEM building with Jelly Beans and toothpicks. Build jelly bean structures for peeps for a fun and classic Easter STEM challenge. Easter engineering activity that many age groups will enjoy as an Easter activity. Fun Easter party idea too.
Fun & Educational STEM Paper Airplane Challenge | Kids Activities Blog
Kids learn how to make a paper airplane and then use that plane to challenge their STEM knowledge by adding weight and flying the paper airplane...
LEGO Zip Line Challenge
Our first ever super simple homemade LEGO zip line was immediately a hit! Why not add to it! SO we came up with another great idea using an actually pulley mechanism. This cool LEGO Zip Line Challenge is a great STEM activity for kids of all ages to have fun with and learn something from. We love easy LEGO activities! BUILD A LEGO ZIP LINE LEGO ZIP LINE ACTIVITY FOR KIDS Just a few simple materials are all you need to get started. STEM activities can be simple to do and set up at home! You…
STEM Activities for Kids with #2 Pencils
STEM Activities for Kids with #2 Pencils - There are so many engineering and math activities you can do with pencils.
Science for Kids: How to Make a Kaleidoscope
Learn how to make a kaleidoscope in this fun STEM/science activity and craft for kids. It’s such a fun way to explore light, reflections, and symmetry! Follow our Science for Kids Pinterest board! *This post was originally published 2/2/16 and has since been updated. Last week I made these super fun kaleidoscopes with my …
Wonder Workshop | Home of cue, Dash and Dot, robots that help kids learn to code
It’s the beginning of the school year, and perhaps you’ve found yourself surrounded by Dash and Dot robots (check out our new Classroom…
How to Study Trees | The Joyfilled Mom
You may not have ever paid much attention to the trees around you, except for a when sitting under one on a hot summer day. I would love to share the tips I have used to study trees with my children. There are so many things to learn in nature studies, which is why I love the Charlotte Mason way. Charlotte Mason recommends you start with the trees in your yard, and focus on these until your children can identify them by name. Here is how we study trees: A bare tree tells a lot - I love to