This product is part of a series of STEM challenges. Students are given a scenario in which they will need to help clean up an oil spill. Students brainstorm how they are going to clean it up. They have 30 minutes to clean the water and also the "animals". | by Funky in Fourth
Oil Spill Clean-up Experiment - Cool Science Experiment Our science guy Steve Spangler is getting ready to set sail with 100 teachers to explore the science of Alaska’s inside passage. Today, Steve shares some of the clean-up efforts used by scientists as they examine the impact of oil spills. By: Spangler Science TV.
Stem and Engineering to the rescue as students work together to clean up an oil spill. STEM the Spill is an engineering lesson that can be integrated into environment studies, ocean investigations, or a unit on the properties of liquids. Using easily obtained materials, it guides students through the engineering design process with a real-world connection.