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Building Boats in STEM Class!

So, I had this wild idea one day and I will tell you that story in a minute- it's all about building boats in STEM class! I will just tell you that when my students come in and see those blue dish pans out they start cheering because they know it is Boat Day! Every grade level. Yes, even those ... READ the POST

The Easiest of Materials- Paper Chains!

Are you ready to tackle a STEM activity?   Do you need easy prep? Easy directions? Something for teamwork?   I've got you covered with a really, really, really easy STEM task using only ONE material. I mean, how simple is this? Paper. One sheet. One piece of paper. Yes, copy paper- in ... READ the POST

Back to School Bulletin Board

Well, it turns out I am now the bulletin board queen at my school. Not a title I sought, Just sayin'.... We have these gigantic hallway boards and it takes some work to cover them, but I think I got this one right! Take a look! I had this idea from a Pinterest pin. It was a board using the ... READ the POST

15 Items You Need from the Dollar Store for STEM

That's right! Let's save you some money! I hope you have a Dollar Tree close to your home because this post is dedicated to shopping at that great little market and getting supplies for your STEM and Science classroom!    Which of those dollar bargains are not really bargains? I'll tell you ... READ the POST

Mad About Science Bulletin Boards!

Let's talk some truth about Bulletin Boards. We all have a love/hate relationship with them, right! When they are cute as pie we are so proud, but it's the getting it up there on the wall that drives us crazy. Anyway, last winter I made the one below- you might remember reading about ... READ the POST

Problem Solving – Summer Series Part 4

When I started thinking of ways to convince teachers to try STEM I knew problem-solving would have to be included. For me, it is the very heart of STEM and it's my favorite part. I know, as an adult and a very right-brained person, the way I approach tasks and solve problems is vastly different ... READ the POST