Michelle Graham
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STEM Challenge for Kids: Create a pinball like marble maze game using paper plates and other basic craft materials. Fun design and building challenge! ~ http://BuggyandBuddy.com

STEM Challenge for Kids: Create a pinball like marble maze game using paper plates and other basic craft materials. Fun design and building challenge! ~ http://BuggyandBuddy.com

Help kids talk about their worries with this thoughtful activity based on Jonathan James and the What if Monster!

Help kids talk about their worries with this thoughtful activity based on Jonathan James and the What if Monster!

marshmallow and toothpick geometry. Downloadable cards. Helps kids learn their 3-D shapes!

marshmallow and toothpick geometry. Downloadable cards. Helps kids learn their 3-D shapes!

Kaboom! This is easily the BEST CENTER GAME EVER! It's fun, engaging, easily adaptable to ANY content, and it never ends! It's the perfect activity for your fast finishers, and great for practicing math facts and sight words! Definitely a classroom MUST HAVE!

Kaboom! This is easily the BEST CENTER GAME EVER! It's fun, engaging, easily adaptable to ANY content, and it never ends! It's the perfect activity for your fast finishers, and great for practicing math facts and sight words! Definitely a classroom MUST HAVE!

Given 8 straws, 8 craft sticks, 2 rubber bands, 6" masking tape, build a tower that would support a tennis ball. The ball has to be 10 cm off the table. You MUST use ALL the supplies!

Given 8 straws, 8 craft sticks, 2 rubber bands, 6" masking tape, build a tower that would support a tennis ball. The ball has to be 10 cm off the table. You MUST use ALL the supplies!

STEM idea: One of the most popular challenges is the Spaghetti Tower (sometimes called Marshmallow Tower) challenge. It's actually a completely doable, fun way for your kids to experiment, collaborate, and problem solve.

STEM idea: One of the most popular challenges is the Spaghetti Tower (sometimes called Marshmallow Tower) challenge. It's actually a completely doable, fun way for your kids to experiment, collaborate, and problem solve.