- punched holes with a hole puncher on each end of the newspaper rod, then threaded a pipe cleaner through the holes. I twisted the pipe cleaner, which kept everything in place
- The Engineering a Story is a great program to engage K – 8 teachers in the integrative nature of STEM. Designed specifically for educators of all subjects, this workshop offers a hands – on approach
- “build a simple geodesic dome using gumdrops and toothpicks. Get ready to do some tasty engineering! A geodesic dome is a structure made of struts that are connected to one another
- These are all the Mammoth Movies from “The Way Things Work” by David Macaulay and DK Multimedia. Each movie corresponds to a “Principle of Science”
- picture books with my kids to make concepts stick. Science is one of those subjects that is perfect for doing just that! Today, I’m going to share with you a great list of science picture books
- muppet puppets range in complexity from relatively simple hand puppets to two-person full body costumes. Elmo is a very traditional hand and rod puppet. Elmo comes to life by a puppeteer
- What’s the strongest dome you can build out of newspaper?A geodesic dome is a dome formed by joining triangles together. You can build a giant geodesic dome out of newspaper.
- Common elements of quality STEM learning include Design-focus: using design tools and techniques to attack big problems or opportunity (challenge-based, problem-based learning).
- The STEM Awards is formed of six challenges in six key sectors, set in partnership with leading employers in these sectors. To enter, students need to come up with a solution to one of the challenges