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    spaghetti and marshmellow engineering.

    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?

    Easy marshmallow catapults

    The Cup Challenge. A fun activity that encourages teamwork.

    Elephant Toothpast Experiment

    Marshmallow Catapult by random-scraps #Kids #Marshmallows #Marshmallow_Catapult #random_scraps

    Small group problem solving: "You have 2 minutes to devise a method to suspend/hold as many marshmallows above the ground as possible." Pts awarded for creativity, building design, and number of marshmallow's successfully suspended. Construction Materials 5' length of string 1 bag of large marshmallows 10 rubber bands 5 straws 10 toothpicks

    Team Challenge: Dried Spaghetti

    Launch your kids' interest for engineering with these totally awesome construction projects. See more with "Instructables." #AETN #BeMore

    Toothpicks and mini-marshmallows for teaching solid geometic shapes...more fun than straws and twist ties!

    10 Team Building Activities for Adults and Kids, hative.com/...,

    Marshmallow Building

    fizzy explosion bag—great Cub Scout science activity

    Project based engineering for kids (with instructions, lesson plans, descriptions)

    Marshmellow Toothpick Castle - Marshmallows are not just for kids, the marshmellow toothpick castle game will surely turn any adult into an excited giggling child.

    15 Simple Science Projects For Kids...scouts

    Simple Activities for Little Engineers | via Inner Child Fun

    Paint With Marshmallows - Use marshmallows for a fun-filled painting session to create this beautiful rainbow.

    Love this!!! Beginning of the year- COOPERATION! Teams race to build the highest tower using spaghetti and marshmallows. When the time is up (10 mins) discuss what made teams successful.

    STEM Projects for kids - Quick & Fun Engineering Projects style (http://www.instructables.com/id/Project-Based-Engineering-for-Kids/_

    Toddler Science