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Kindergarten stem

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Awesome STEM challenge for kids! What is the longest paper chain you can make with one piece of paper?

Here’s a fun STEM challenge, and the materials couldn’t be simpler! Challenge kids to build the longest possible paper chain with just one sheet of paper and tape. That’s it! This math activity will appeal to a wise range of ages. I’d recommend it for kids age 5 to 10. If they can safely cut […]

Want to to incorporate STEM activities in your elementary classroom? Here is a great start: 10 Must Have STEM materials for every classroom-TheAppliciousTeacher.com #STEM #ElementarySTEM #STEMsupplies

Want to to incorporate STEM activities in your elementary classroom? Here is a great start: 10 Must Have STEM materials for every classroom-TheAppliciousTeacher.com #STEM #ElementarySTEM #STEMsupplies

What an awesome spring science project for kids! Make a DIY sprout house. Great way to teach kids about growing plants and it's perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first grade or second grade.

What an awesome spring science project for kids! Make a DIY sprout house. Great way to teach kids about growing plants and it's perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first grade or second grade.

Humpty Dumpty STEM Idea, Kindergarten, TK, DIY, easy, early education

Here is a super fun and easy STEM project for your kindergarten, Pre-K, or first grade class that features a favorite nursery rhyme: Humpty Dumpty! So grab some extra plastic eggs and get ready for some Nursery Rhyme STEM Time … Continue reading →

Toothpick STEM structures- seem to be both 2D and 3D shapes included

Help kids develop abstract thinking, design and build skills, 2d and 3d shape recognition and shape knowledge with these 24 toothpick STEM structure cards. The STEM structure cards are perfect for engineers from preschool to second grade! Just grab a box of toothpicks and a container of playdough and you're ready to start problem solving. (You can even switch out the playdough for jelly beans, marshmallows or gumdrops to add a fun, seasonal twist.) After building each shape, children take…