My friend, Meredith, shared a great post last week sharing some spooky Halloween STEM fun activities that featured the S in STEM. This week, I thought it would be fun to focus on the T in STEM…technology! QR codes are a great way to get your learners actively engaged in their learning! Whether it is […]
About Renee Heinrich
Renee has been a teacher for 24 years. She is a K-5 Science Specialist who uses FOSS, NGSS, and STEM to teach in a hands-on way! The Science School Yard features simple science activity ideas, innovative resources, as well as STEM and NGSS lessons that will help any science classroom! You can also find Renee at her TPT store... the Science School Yard.
How can you make STEM a part of your daily or weekly classroom routine? With all of the challenges facing teachers today, your plate is probably already pretty full. However, these strategies can help you conquer your fears! Strategy 1: Organizing Your Supplies Depending upon the STEM lesson I am teaching, I set up my […]
We are heading into the last quarter of school. Time and time again, we see articles that stress the need for play in school, however we are also at the point in the year where we are testing our students and trying to make sure our goals are met. We see our “littles” struggling to […]
It’s Engineers week! STEM in our classrooms is a powerful way to help students learn how to think critically and learn to problem solve…two important life skills that will only help them as they get older. Allowing even the youngest learner to engage in hands on learning through STEM will help them cope with the […]
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