Believe it or not, that structure is an Egg Drop container. The students had tape and straws and tissue paper. These were fourth graders and it didn't matter that the materials were limited! They were so excited to have their own version of an egg drop event! How many eggs do you think we cracked? #eggdrop
Focus on what is up next! That's all I have time for anyway!
You will never guess what we were building! Swipe left to see! #nohints #mightbeabridge
It's a Cargo Drop! What I see in this photo is the total engagement of the team! Everyone is helping! #stem Challenges are perfect for teamwork and community building and your formal observations. #impressive
Engineering Design Process posters for first and second grade! Four years ago when I was starting my lab I could not find posters anywhere. That is why I started making my own! Now, I have ten tons of colors and styles and science or engineering topics. Most of them are customer requests! What do you need?
Second graders built this. Look closely- can you see the craft stick they have attached to the side to give it more support. And they attached a handle that worked! And that's a pretty nice little basket they made. Second grade. #Ilovestem #kidslovestem Have you tried a STEM challenge yet! Send me a message if you need help getting started!
This is the reason my to-do list is a mile long! Ha!
Got straws? I had bags of pieces we had saved, so we built stuff. #geodesicdomes
Look I tried to sit on a stability ball at my desk yesterday to at least have some movement for exercise, but it's hard. Those things are tricky and I caught myself bouncing some. Makes me appreciate flexible seating for classrooms a little more! #tryit