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How Strong is Spaghetti?  STEM Challenge for Kids!  Create tests to investigate the strength of spaghetti.

How Strong is Spaghetti? STEM Challenge for Kids! - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls

How strong is spaghetti? Challenge kids to invent a way to find out! This STEM challenge is a lot of fun, and you won’t need much in the way of materials! Here are the materials we used: 1 package of spaghetti 2 sheets of styrofoam – purchased at Hobby Lobby Books Wooden blocks We started our […]

Can YOU successfully build a Pringles Ring? Try it with this STEM challenge. It's perfect for kids and adults alike and only requires a can of Pringles!

Engineering Challenge: Can YOU Make a Pringles Ring?? -

Can YOU successfully build a Pringles Ring? Try it with this STEM challenge. It's perfect for kids and adults alike and only requires a can of Pringles!

Transfer of Energy Marble Roll

Transfer of Energy Marble Roll (Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational)

This week and last week have been nuts. It's taken a massive amount of organization and a whole lot of crockpot dinners to keep us going. Despite the way our schedule has blown up, I'm still fitting i

Learning Goal: We are learning to explain the different forms of energy we encounter every day, and to make choices about the types of energy we use.

Lesson 2: Forms of Energy

Energy is essential for life. It is the ability to do work, and allows us to live. There are many different forms of energy. Learning Goal: We are learning to explain the different forms of energy...

StudyJams! Force and Motion Many different activities!!!

Force and Motion: 6 StudyJams! Interactive Science Activities | Scholastic

Students will explore simple machines, gravity and inertia, acceleration, and more with these StudyJams! activities.

So many great ideas for teaching physical science to elementary aged students from our blogger Erin Bittman.

Exploring Potential and Kinetic Energy - WeAreTeachers

So many great ideas for teaching physical science to elementary aged students from our blogger Erin Bittman.

In this Atomic Structure Worksheet, students are asked to recall all of the information found in an element square, sketch Bohr Diagrams of atoms, calculate the number of neutrons and valence electrons in an atom, and create Lewis/electron-dot diagrams.

Atomic Structure Worksheet

In this Atomic Structure Worksheet, students are asked to recall all of the information found in an element square, sketch Bohr Diagrams of atoms, calculate the number of neutrons and valence electrons in an atom, and create Lewis/electron-dot diagrams. This worksheet is intended for upper middle s...

Just how small is an atom? - Jonathan Bergmann

Just How Small is an Atom?

Just how small are atoms? And what's inside them? The answers turn out to be astounding, even for those who think they know. This fast-paced animation uses s...

Atoms are 99% empty space.

Building a world that works | General Electric

Atoms are 99% empty space.

Ideas for teaching forces and motion.

4 Simple Experiments to Introduce Kids to Physics - WeAreTeachers

Want to introduce your little learners to physics? These simple physics experiments are fun and easy ways to teach push, pull, and motion!

Newton's Laws of Motion and Forces explained so well my 2, 4th & 7th graders got it!

Newton's Laws of Motion and Forces

Full Video: http://vimeo.com/28965409 The Tiros Team: David Hariri: http://www.dhariri.com Matt Loszak: http://www.loszak.com A 3D animated educational video...

Keep your kids engaged during indoor days with a paper fliers engineering challenge. The sky is the limit as they cut and create unique paper fliers.

Paper Fliers | Rainy Day Boredom Busters

Keep your kids engaged during indoor days with a paper fliers engineering challenge. The sky is the limit as they cut and create unique paper fliers.

Knowledge is something that should be available to everyone.

Knowledge is something that should be available to everyone.

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