What is STEM?!! That’s a really great question! Here’s a really fun FREE “infographic” poster to help your students, their parents, fellow faculty and everyone else learn what STEM means! This free printable poster could be a great addition to your STEM bulletin board! Download this poster today and become….”STEM Terrific”!!!
Students love completing these Christmas and Hanukkah themed STEM challenges! The students receive letters from the STEM elf who presents them with various challenges that they need to solve using STEM. These are great engaging activities for students to complete during the month of December!
This FREE pennant banner is perfect to display in your classroom to support STEM or STEAM instruction! Print pennants on cardstock, cut out, and/or laminate for durability. Tape and string together pennants using yarn or string.If you appreciate this download, please take a moment to rate me and follow my store!Thank you!*******CHECK OUT MY OTHER STEM PRODUCTS!******STEM Teaching Tools for Elementary Students STEM Family Projects for Elementary Students STEM & STEAM Poster Sets
Hand Over the Reins: Student-Driven Projects. One of my recent classroom adventures proved PBL can be amazingly engaging and effective without being overwhelming. Am I a PBL expert? Absolutely not. Do I strive to implement PBL (or elements thereof) in my classroom to the best of my ability whenever possible? Absolutely! Try it and see how it changes your classroom experiences.
Are you teaching your students about growth mindset? Your Fantastic Elastic Brain by JoAnn Deak is a perfect segue for teaching your students the power of growth mindset. Conceptually, these ideas are perfect for any level, but this literature unit was created for 2nd-6th graders in mind. Infused with reflections, challenges (including a STEM challenge), and opportunities to identify and clarify growth mindset vs fixed mindset, your students are sure to learn and have a great deal of fun!