Coding is easy and fun when students meet the micro:bits. Learn to write and download code, so you are ready to create your own scientific tools!
Digital version of the STEMTaught Journal
Grow plants at home with this special technique!
Explore your backyard, neighborhood or park. How many different flowers can you find? Identify their parts
Make an amazing mother's day gift with pressed flowers
Review your past STEM content while learning new jokes. Use this fun google chrome extension
Meet the blind author of your article as she gives advice on how to get ready to go to college and live on your own
Play this fun game blindfolded and see how well you can read braille
Program a random code generator to test your families memory
Read the fun digital version of the STEMTaught Journal and watch movies that go with the text
Get creative! Design a little diorama with clay, paper or other materials from home. Make a map of your diorama with a scale, key, and compass
Make a treasure hunt. Bury a treasure in your backyard and make a map for someone in your family to follow.
Bubble bots easy and fun Scratch coding challenges. Practice math and coding skills
Create a mission plan to visit a star. Which one do you want to study? It can be our own sun. What questions do you have about stars? How could a probe like the voyager help answer your questions.
Get creative! Design your own space probe prototype with materials from home!
Explore the stars in your backyard. Watch the skygazing video from NASA for March and Download this fun app or just simply gaze. Write what you noticed
Code a fun game that uses the law's of gravity
Look through your cupboard and find some seeds to plant in a napkin.
Draw what you see happening to your seed every day
Code an animation about what plants need
Read this fun digital version of the STEMTaught Journal and watch movies that go with the text
Cut out and arrange the bones from this recently discovered fossil. What do you think it is?
Color real modern day dinosaur eggs and hide them so your family can go on a dinosaur nest hunt
Play these games with marbles or any round balls you can find. Watch closely at how the objects collide
Create a new game that has to do with collisions. Write down your instructions and draw pictures of how to play
Can you make your bubble bot make a triangle?
Read this fun digital version of the STEMTaught Journal and do the simulation that goes with the text
Watch this movie to see if you can figure out how to do the magic trick
Try these fun static electricity experiments
Cut out and arrange paper squares and triangles to create your own mosaic
Challenge yourself with creating the 7 piece tangram puzzles - Don't peak at the solutions
Get ready to describe an amazing little mineral that you have right in your cuboard
Go on a walk and collect cool things, rocks, bark, shells, seed pods, leaves and then sort and describe them .
Create a paper tube telescope and explore how light shines through materials
Play with bubbles and talk about what bubbles do when light passes through them
Go outside and build a fort to protect you from the sun!
Listen and dance to the tree frog song. Learn the words and sing along