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100th Day of School STEM Challenge

Celebrate 100 days of school with a fun STEM challenge. This works well with kindergarten, first grade, and second grade engineers working together or alone in centers. A great addition to 100 day centers. This resource uses the engineering design process to solve problems. Your kids will have fun building a desk that holds 100 papers, a bridge that holds 100 pennies, and a tent made with “poles” that are made of 100 Cheerios. Each challenge has a bonus challenge to help differentiate.

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Heart Marshmallow Toothpick Structures

Valentine's Day STEM / STEAM Activity: Explore engineering and physics with heart shaped marshmallows and toothpicks. Kids will love building all kinds of shapes and structures- perfect for a Valentine's Day party! ~ buggyandbuddy.com

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STEM Challenge: Prove Newton's 3rd Law of Motion with bottle cars! Let the races begin!

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STEM Challenge for Kids: Build a Hexbug Maze Using Straws

STEM Challenge for Kids: Build a Hexbug Maze with Straws (Fun science and engineering activity for a class or to do on a rainy day!) ~ http://BuggyandBuddy.com

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STEM Activities Challenge Heart Bundle Candy Boxes, Bow and Arrows, Zip Lines

STEM challenges perfect for Valentine's Day. This set features Candy Boxes, Zip Lines, and Bow and Arrows!

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STEM Challenge money-saving bundle of three tasks all involving Valentine's Day! What a great way to say "I Love You" by having kids design boxes, zip lines, and more! Easy preparation for busy teachers!

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Ancient Greek Architecture STEM Challenge & Activities

Fabtastic ancient Greek architecture STEM challenge & activities! Perfect…

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STEM Challenge: Twelve straws was hard! Most kids wanted to build a very, very tall tower and use those spindly legs as the support base. What do you think happened?

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STEM Challenge for Kids: Design a Paper Plate Marble Maze

In this STEM challenge for kids, children will create a paper plate marble maze game inspired by pinball machines using just a few common craft supplies and a marble. Follow our STEM for Kids Pinterest board! In our most recent science club, I challenged my students to create a pinball-like marble maze game using a paper …

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STEM Challenge: Build a Ferris Wheel! It needs to be hexagonal and turn on a central axle! Will symmetry play a part in the final design?

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