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Marshmallow Challenge--I did this with my students last year and they loved it. Great team building activity for any age.

Mr Collinson's Grade 3 Science - Strong and Stable Structures (go back to gr 3 home pg to access complete lesson, tests, etc)

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Earthquake in the Classroom - Activity

Earthquake Lesson - STEM - A photograph of an assembled, homemade structure constructed out of marshmallows and toothpicks. The structure is sitting on a bed of orange Jell-O®.

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19 Fun Ideas & Resources for Force and Motion

Teach Junkie: 19 Fun Ideas and Resources to Teach Force and Motion

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Science Sparks

Teach your little engineers to create the strongest structure they can! Test their building by putting some weight on it. What makes a construction extra sturdy?

This is called "homeworkopoly." It's basically a game system to get students involved and motivated to do their homework. For example, each day students can roll the dice and move their piece if they have completed their homework. After so many turns around the board, they receive a reward (candy, book, homework pass, etc.)

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Create an Engineering Mystery Bag Challenge for Kids

Challenge your students with these engineering mystery bag ideas.

144 of the most commonly used idioms and created a bundle of 18 worksheets that have 8 idioms per sheet.

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Potato Power - Activity

A great lesson plan for building a simple circuit using potatoes - 4th grade science

End of year countdown. Each balloon has a fun task inside it. Pop a balloon every morning as the count down and complete the fun task - lovely idea!