kristine lafferty

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STEM activity for kids - fairy tales with a STEM twist. Perfect for grades 1-3. The story book guides the students through the engineering design process. | Meredith Anderson STEM resources

STEM activity for kids - fairy tales with a STEM twist. Perfect for grades 1-3. The story book guides the students through the engineering design process. | Meredith Anderson STEM resources

Magnet Activity for Kids inspired by the popular children's book, Let's Play, by Herve Tullet! Kids can explore the science of magnetism while creating art and working on fine motor skills! Perfect for kindergarten and preschool!

Magnet Activity for Kids inspired by the popular children's book, Let's Play, by Herve Tullet! Kids can explore the science of magnetism while creating art and working on fine motor skills! Perfect for kindergarten and preschool!

Magnetic Marble Mazes- printable mazes. Great magnet science and STEM activity for kids! Preschoolers & elementary kids will love this, too! via @karyntripp

Magnetic Marble Mazes- printable mazes. Great magnet science and STEM activity for kids! Preschoolers & elementary kids will love this, too! via @karyntripp

STEM Challenge for Kids: Create a pinball like marble maze game using paper plates and other basic craft materials. Fun design and building challenge! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

STEM Challenge for Kids: Create a pinball like marble maze game using paper plates and other basic craft materials. Fun design and building challenge! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Science experiments and STEM ideas, challenges, and activities for preschool, kindergarten and early elementary age kids. STEM is science, technology, engineering, and math.

Science experiments and STEM ideas, challenges, and activities for preschool, kindergarten and early elementary age kids. STEM is science, technology, engineering, and math.

STEM Challenge: The first graders loved building, but their towers tended to spread sideways along the tables rather than getting very tall.   They also quickly discovered that using a card between layers came them platforms to keep building on.

STEM Challenge: The first graders loved building, but their towers tended to spread sideways along the tables rather than getting very tall. They also quickly discovered that using a card between layers came them platforms to keep building on.