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Icebreaker: Earth Day List

After learning some fun Earth Day Facts, the students will work together to brainstorm a list of ways that they can help the Earth! ...

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The Penny Experiment

After discussing who is on the penny, in honor of Presidents’ Day, students will conduct an experiment!...

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Snow Dough

Materials: 6 large containers of baking soda 4-6 bottles of white conditioner (Pantene works well!) One large bowl per group (likely 6-7) One spoon...

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Thankful Butter

Students are given the materials necessary to enact a chemical change and create a food product.  In the end, the students are able to enjoy...

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Cranberry Investigations…

Students are given two different types of cranberries, along with some other supplies, and asked to do some investigation and some building; this lesson focuses...

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Dancing Corn (STEM)

Students are given materials necessary to create a fun chemical reaction.  This is a great lesson to practice observation skills and making educated guesses as...

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Pumpkin Stand

Students use materials provided to build a stand to hold up their mini pumpkins!  This STEM activity asks students to work as a team, cooperate,...

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Bone Bridge

Students use materials presented to them to build bridges used to support the weight of several objects. The goal is to build the longest and sturdiest...

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Create a Paint STEM by Karen Meyer

Students explore the process of creating a craft paint with common art and household ingredients. They learn about components in paint – Fillers, Thickeners, Pigments,...

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