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Comprehensive literacy and STEM challenge units to support favorite monthly read alouds for spring! Perfect for Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade!

Comprehensive literacy and STEM challenge units to support favorite monthly read alouds for spring! Perfect for Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade!

An Interesting Infographic Featuring 20 of The Best YouTube Channels for Math Teachers

An Interesting Infographic Featuring 20 of The Best YouTube Channels for Math Teachers

Learn a fun simple machines activity! This post includes a guide to how to make a pulley and project based learning book recommendations. via @marniecraycroft

Learn a fun simple machines activity! This post includes a guide to how to make a pulley and project based learning book recommendations. via @marniecraycroft

Blow up a balloon with yeast or baking soda and vinegar. Fun science project to do at home!

Blow up a balloon with yeast or baking soda and vinegar. Fun science project to do at home!

FREE STEM Supply Labels for Makerspaces, STEM Shelves, Cabinets, or Carts! | Classroom Organization | STEM Challenges

FREE STEM Supply Labels for Makerspaces, STEM Shelves, Cabinets, or Carts! | Classroom Organization | STEM Challenges

Build a light-up Valentine with this free conversation heart printable, electric paint & LED's. Great STEM activity for aspiring electrical engineers.

Build a light-up Valentine with this free conversation heart printable, electric paint & LED's. Great STEM activity for aspiring electrical engineers.

Last year, I started a new Space Club program at four middle schools. Not wanting to reinvent the wheel, I searched the web for ideas and curriculum to implement. I soon became excited to find great resources like NASA and TeachEngineering, but I was also overwhelmed as a simple Google search for "Space STEM activities" gives you a mere 89 million hits. Wading through a lot of junk eventually brought some gems that I could implement, and I leave it to another post to rant about t

Last year, I started a new Space Club program at four middle schools. Not wanting to reinvent the wheel, I searched the web for ideas and curriculum to implement. I soon became excited to find great resources like NASA and TeachEngineering, but I was also overwhelmed as a simple Google search for "Space STEM activities" gives you a mere 89 million hits. Wading through a lot of junk eventually brought some gems that I could implement, and I leave it to another post to rant about t

Stanford History Education Group: Making Primary Sources Fun! | Social Studies Methods and Technology

Stanford History Education Group: Making Primary Sources Fun! | Social Studies Methods and Technology