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Are you looking for a way to integrate STEM activities into your current curriculum? If so, this product might be just what you are looking for.   This is a SAMPLE of a bigger bundle that we have created. Have your students design and construct a trap that will catch a leprechaun so they can get his gold! Your students are sure to have fun completing this engineering activity!

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Are you looking for a way to integrate STEM activities into your current curriculum? If so, this product might be just what you are looking for. This is a SAMPLE of a bigger bundle that we have created. Have your students design and construct a trap that will catch a leprechaun so they can get his gold! Your students are sure to have fun completing this engineering activity!

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Teaching the Design Process in Makerspaces | The Engineering Design Process is a series of steps that engineers (and other designers) take when creating a product or idea. The steps of this process fit in perfectly with makerspaces. In this post, I talk about collaborating with one of our science teachers on a lesson on the design process.

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How to Use Squishy Circuits: The Technical Side of STEM

Wondering how to use Squishy Circuits? All the tips and tricks you need in one place to maximize the educational value of this wonderful product!

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STEM Activity Challenge Build a Snowflake

STEM Challenge: Here’s a perfect way to celebrate winter and all things snow in your classroom. Build a snowflake! This Snowflake Challenge…

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5 Engineering Challenges with Clothespins, Binder Clips, and Craft Sticks

5 Engineering Challenges with Clothespins, Binder Clips, and Craft Sticks. Awesome STEM activity for kids!

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100th Day of School STEM Challenge

Celebrate 100 days of school with a fun STEM challenge. This works well with kindergarten, first grade, and second grade engineers working together or alone in centers. A great addition to 100 day centers. This resource uses the engineering design process to solve problems. Your kids will have fun building a desk that holds 100 papers, a bridge that holds 100 pennies, and a tent made with “poles” that are made of 100 Cheerios. Each challenge has a bonus challenge to help differentiate.

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