STEAM Activities

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Remember back in March? 
Right before school closed down? 
We were finishing up our Nitrotype competition,
and heading into robots.
Unfortunately we needed to put that on the back burner, but here are some fun STEAM activities
to keep you thinking, learning and having fun! 

As always, send me your learning pics and thoughts at kpulinski@lackawannaschools.org, or through Microsoft teams.  I will include all pics on my website and for my end of the year video!

 

 

How can I do a STEAM activity at home? 

A science experiment is more than just a science activity. A science experiment must contain a specific set of challenges that help you to figure out an answer to a question or problem.

Every science experiment contains four elements:

A Question

Every science experiment starts with a question, what do I think will happen?”

A Hypothesis

Before doing any experiment, children should record what they think will happen.

An Experiment

This is where the fun part comes into play. Test the hypothesis to see if it answers the question fully.

A Recording and Analysis

As the test is completed, record what happened and analyze why.

A Re-test

Try different variables and try a new test to see if the original answer is confirmed or disproven.

 

Ready to give it a shot?
Click here for some easy starter activities!

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