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Autumn / Fall Nature Walk FREEBIE

Autumn / Fall Nature Walk FREEBIE

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Fun, easy way to teach the scientific method. "Do taller children have bigger feet then smaller children?" In the picture students collected their data (drew a bar the size of their feet) and used a ruler to measure their graph and record their results.

Our Top Ten favorite STEM teaching resources...

techiescitchr - 101 Websites For Science and Math Teachers

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STEM Activity: Marshmallows and toothpicks. Construct solid shapes and engineer sculptures.

Engineering Design Process Posters for Elementary grades! Ask, Imagine, Plan, Create, Improve. STEM

Engineering Design Process Posters Elementary - Ask, Imagine

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S.T.E.M. made easy with powerpoint slides and PDF printables! Students will learn about landforms through hands-on project-based learning. Grades 1-3 $ #STEM #engineering #landforms

STEM Engineering - Landforms PDF & Powerpoint {Elementary Grades}

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STEM Posters- a set of posters showing the steps of the Engineering Design Process- on full size pages with colorful backgrounds and cute little kid scientists!

Engineering Design Process Posters

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Dissolving Peeps ~ Monthly School-wide Science Challenge ~ STEM Activity $

Dissolving Peeps ~ Monthly School-wide Science Challenge ~ STEM

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Starfish Education: The Brown Bag STEM Challenge- 10 Project Ideas for Engaging STEM Projects

Science- habitats posters. Tons of great resources on this site!

Meacham Science and Social Studies Units Themes

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Free encouraging what is a scientist poster for the science classroom!

Starting out with your science journals. Printables for labels, contract, and expectations. from Kindergarten, kindergarten

Watch how this class in Louisiana cares for the outdoor environment through service-learning projects.

A Cupcake for the Teacher: More Earthy Anchor Charts