Wendy Rudolph
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This "I wish my teacher knew" exercise is the most invaluable thing you will ever do for your students. Perfect for back to school. Downloadable freebies. Just print and go!

This "I wish my teacher knew" exercise is the most invaluable thing you will ever do for your students. Perfect for back to school. Downloadable freebies. Just print and go!

STEM Activity for Kids: How to Make Straw Rockets (w/ Free Rocket Template)- Fun for a science lesson, outdoor play activity, or unit on space! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

STEM Activity for Kids: How to Make Straw Rockets (w/ Free Rocket Template)- Fun for a science lesson, outdoor play activity, or unit on space! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Awesome STEM engineering project with basic household materials! Fun way for kids to practice essential science skills (measurement, creating a hypothesis, conducting an experiment, using science tools, thinking like a scientist, and more) in a short amount of time.

Awesome STEM engineering project with basic household materials! Fun way for kids to practice essential science skills (measurement, creating a hypothesis, conducting an experiment, using science tools, thinking like a scientist, and more) in a short amount of time.

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Make your own computer coding game without a computer. Learn basic computer coding skills with a fun superhero computer coding game you can make!

We're Going on a Bear Hunt Algorithm Coding Activity- Children can learn about building an algorithm while retelling a story. The algorithm story sheet is available for free on JDaniel4smom.com .

We're Going on a Bear Hunt Algorithm Coding Activity- Children can learn about building an algorithm while retelling a story. The algorithm story sheet is available for free on JDaniel4smom.com .

Coding a LEGO Maze - Free, printable activity for teaching programming concepts to kids of all ages (K-12)

Coding a LEGO Maze - Free, printable activity for teaching programming concepts to kids of all ages (K-12)

Students learned about the Japanese principles of Notan which means "dark light," before creating their cut paper designs.  They concentrated on creating balanced designs with equal amounts of positive and negative space as they expanded the square.  They also concentrated on using color contrast.

Students learned about the Japanese principles of Notan which means "dark light," before creating their cut paper designs. They concentrated on creating balanced designs with equal amounts of positive and negative space as they expanded the square. They also concentrated on using color contrast.