Five engineering challenges for kids – with wooden clothespins, binder clips, and craft sticks! It’s a simple STEM activity that kids of all ages will love. Move over, expensive building sets! These simple materials were a huge hit with my boys. The first time we got them out, Owen (almost 7) spent well over an […]
A fun and colorful science experiment to do with your toddler and preschooler, this growing a paper towel rainbow activity also has plenty of STEM teachable moments! #STEMKidsActivitiesAtHome #KidsScienceExperiment #PreschoolerLearningActivities #ToddlerLearningActivities
Earlier this fall we experienced multiple hurricanes in and around the United States. As a teacher in Indiana, my students are not very familiar with hurricanes. I wanted a fun and hands on approach to teach my students about hurricanes and bring to life the events that were happening in the world a
In this STEM engineering challenge students create a ring using only Pringles chips, no tape or glue allowed! This challenge can be completed individually or by having students collaborate with their peers in a partner setting. Students must also use their problem-solving skills along with a lot of patience as well as careful and precise chip placement.