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Great resources for STEAM educators

8 Easy Physics Tricks To Try At Home

STEM Materials from Dollar Tree ...including Jack and the Beanstalk FREE STEM activity

Mystery STEM is a simple game to add to your STEM classroom fun! Students turn cards over to reveal their building challenge and materials!

Need a light? Use potato power! With this science experiment for kids, learn how chemical reactions take place between two dissimilar metals and how to create voltage. This is a classic STEM activity that's sure to please :)

Get your kids interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering & math) with these Cool Science Experiments for Kids using physics and chemistry. You can also download a free printable lab book with detailed instructions and lab note sections.

In this lab, the student will use the sampling technique known as the "mark and recapture method" to estimate the size of a population of wild beans! Students will compare their estimation of the population size obtained from lab data to the actual population size and calculate their percent error.

Have you done the famous pepper and soap experiment? Do you know it is only the first half of the experiment? Find out the next half, plus 5 more science activities with pepper kids love | kitchen science | STEM

Polyatomic Ion Bingo! I made this game so my students can have fun learning their polyatomic ions!

MIT students have created a huge library of free STEM videos to bring “excitement and understanding of science, technology, engineering, and math to kids.” Very nice collection! Subjects: biology, earth science, electronics, materials, measurement, physics, things that fly, and MIT + Khan Academy #STEM #STEAM #videos

Rube Goldberg Device Lesson - with Simple Machines Education Kit and More! by nguyenever - Thingiverse

Women in computer science today are paving the way for girls to create tomorrow’s technology.

If you want to understand the fabric of the cosmos, you need to understand the language in which it is written – equations.

In this Powerpoint, students look at famous works of art and discuss how many/types of angles they see. Great introduction to angle work and motivates students to find geometry in the world! Now included is a graphic organizer to help students analyze and reflect on the art, as well as directions to create their own Angle Art Project!

MIT students have created a huge library of free STEM videos to bring “excitement and understanding of science, technology, engineering, and math to kids.” Very nice collection! Subjects: biology, earth science, electronics, materials, measurement, physics, things that fly, and MIT + Khan Academy #STEM #STEAM #videos

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