Start coding today with Scratch We have been long time Scratch enthusiasts, so I was thrilled when I heard that No Starch Press had put together a set of 10 Scratch coding activities. In full disclosure, they were kind enough to send me a set to review, but all opinions expressed are my own. Please […]
Hello STEM Friends! Thanks so much for stopping by as we conclude this little STEM Mini Series about the acronym STEM! If you missed the previous three posts about S and T and E there are links at the bottom to connect you to those. Today is all about the M!
An Electrifying Idea! Teach the Engineering…In Order to Teach the Science. Consider the Possibilities! Teach engineering? Sure. No problem. I’ve got ten minutes before lunch while the kids are washing their hands…or I can fit it in while they packing up at the end of the day. Or I can throw in a week […]
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 […]
“Welcome back to school! Guess what? This year I want you to add STEM to your classroom!” says your principal during that first faculty meeting. And, you like so many others, are already overwhelmed at the beginning of the year with a classroom full of excited new students, an overload of things to prepare and […]
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 […]
Are You Ready for Next Year’s STEM Class? As the school year winds down, you are probably not ready to start thinking ahead to the start of next school year. You can make your transition back to school in the fall much smoother, though, by preparing now for next year’s STEM class. You’ll be glad […]
It’s never too early to start looking for summer camps. Why not try a STEM summer camp this year? Your kids will thank you! Who? STEM Camp will be fun for most kids. It might sound like the last thing you want to sign your kids up for, because it might sound like school. While […]
Happy Earth Day! Teaching kids awareness of human impact on the environment and inspiring them to be a part of the solution is vital to our future on this planet. For this reason, we conducted a fun, hands-on activity that simulates an oil spill and challenges kids of all ages to clean up the simulated […]
Hello STEM and Science Friends! As you are winding down this school year, you might be thinking about next year already. (Yeah, right, I know!) But, seriously, you might be thinking about adding more science or STEM to your classroom next year. I thought it might be helpful to address the three most asked questions
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