When your day is scheduled for you from start to finish, and your curriculum is planned out on a handy-dandy curriculum map that you must follow, or else, it is hard to think about adding one more thing to your day. Many teachers face this difficulty with STEM. How do I make time for it? […]
About Sarah Wiggins
Sarah Wiggins has eight years experience teaching grades 3-5 in central Florida. A teacher at heart, she is currently taking a break from the classroom to be home with her two small children. She is a nap time blogger and curriculum designer, specializing in creative and critical thinking activities that are More Than a Worksheet.
When I was a kid, my best friend’s dad was an engineer. I remember her telling me that, and I literally pictured her dad wearing the blue and white striped cap driving a train. I really had no idea what an engineer actually was. I especially had no idea that engineers did so many cool things! […]
If you are looking for some simple but fun Valentine STEM activities to try in your classroom or with your kids at home, I’ve got some great ideas for you. But first, let me share my opinion on conversation hearts. Thanks Grumpy Cat. I really do not like them. My kids disagree, but I think […]
Maybe you’ve been seeing all of the cool STEM and STEAM engineering projects floating around Pinterest but you are still unsure about whether you want to try them in your class. I have made it super simple for you to dip your toes in to STEM because I created a set of task cards that […]
Preschoolers and kinders make great scientists because they ask a TON of questions. STEM activities are a great way to feed on their natural curiosity. If you are looking for a simple STEM activity for even your youngest scientist, try this! First, you need die cut letters. I found these at Dollar Tree. You can […]