Need a light? Use potato power! With this science experiment for kids, learn how chemical reactions take place between two dissimilar metals and how to create voltage. This is a classic STEM activity thats sure to please :)
Engineering activities for kids that will get their brains and bodies moving! Build a catapult, construct PVC pipe creations, or design a fort!
STEM Challenges for elementary students! This bundle includes three STEM activities especially for the windy month of March, but these can be used any time of year. Students will create wind-powered cars and boats, and then windmills! The collaboration and improvements students make to these devices will astound you as they tackle three great STEM projects. The resource includes detailed teacher directions, tons of tips, editable lab sheets with answer samples, and editable scoring rubrics.