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Your end of the year activities need to be on-point to counter those summer daydreams! Summer STEM Challenges are the perfect solution!In partners/groups, students will design a water slide built for speed, thrills, and safety. Note: This video was originally created for YouTube, so references to clicking on the video do not work on TpT; however, the links to everything clickable is included in the description below.
Its the end of the school year, so your end-of-year activities need to be on-point to keep kids engaged! These summer STEM / STEAM Challenges bring the joy back to your classroom with collaborative, hands-on, brain-busting work (disguised as fun)!The basic premise: Students work in partners or groups against criteria & constraints lists to design and build summer-themed objects.
It's the end of the year, and your students are starting to check out mentally. STEM Challenges are the best way to get them engaged again, and make great memories with the last of your instructional time!Individually or in partners/groups, students will design and build a water scoop purpose-built for volume and stability to be used in a relay race: The Drippin Dash.
Keep your kids engaged through the end of the school year! In this challenge, students work with partners/groups to design and build a water scoop purpose-built for volume and stability to be used in a relay race: The Drippin’ Dash. Includes modifications and handouts for grades 2 - 8.