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Best Books of December 2023

The year is coming to a close and it's almost time for my Top Ten list. Which of these books read in December made that list? I read a couple of really good books this month and reread an old favorite by Stephen King (back when he was writing as Richard Bachman). Have you read any of ... READ the POST

Tips About Building Bridges in STEM

One of the very first structures I ever built with students was a bridge. Boy, I could have used some tips about building bridges right then! This was many, many years ago when I was the Science Club sponsor. At one of our club meetings, I gave students some spaghetti strands (uncooked), some ... READ the POST

10 Must-Try STEM Challenges

Are you ready for STEM Challenges you Must Try? I have some favorite challenges for many reasons. Students have their favorites- which are always different than mine. And then, there are the challenges you must try. I'm sharing 10 Must-Try Challenges today and will explain why for ... READ the POST

Let’s Go Skiing (in the STEM Lab)

The STEM Challenge to build Ski Lift Chairs is a way to add some "snowy" activities with great problem-solving. This Ski lift Challenge turned out to be the most fun in the middle of January! Even for my students that have never skied, it was a delightful STEM activity. It's an easy prep ... READ the POST

Best Books of November 2023

There are definitely themes for my best books each month. Sometimes I plan it that way and other times it just happens. This month has been almost all romance books... I did not plan to read only chick-lit books this month, but somehow those were on my next-read lists and next-listen lists. ... READ the POST

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