Jessica Singh
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Science Matters: potential and kinetic energy with jumping frogs

Have students fold origami jumping frogs using green index cards (the color really doesn’t matter, just makes it more fun).

Rainbow Science for Kids: Homemade Spectroscope using a paper towel roll and a CD. Such a cool STEM activity for exploring light! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

STEAM / STEM : Rainbow Science for Kids: Homemade Spectroscope using a paper towel roll (cardboard tube) and a CD- Such a fun way to children to explore light!

Newton's Laws of Motion Stations {Interactive and Fun!}

Science Stations -- my students always love being able to move around the room. These stations have some wonderful interactive activities that keep students busy learning the entire class period! Newton's Laws of Motion

STEM Challenge: Learn about Newton's 3rd Law of Motion and then build a device to prove it! Here's a fabulous challenge to build a Newton's Cradle!

STEM Challenge: Learn about Newton's Law of Motion and then build a device to prove it! Here's a fabulous challenge to build a Newton's Cradle! 5 Engineering Challenges with Clothespins, Binder Clips, and Craft Sticks. Awesome STEM activity for kids!

Genius! This simple marshmallow catapult can be made from common household supplies and is so easy to put together kids can do it on their own! Great science learning activity, and lots of fun.

This simple marshmallow catapult can be made from common household supplies and is so easy to put together kids can do it on their own! Great science learning activity, and lots of fun.