I am always saying “find the STEM in your curriculum, not the Curriculum for STEM”. STEM is everywhere. Whether you teach Kindergarten, Art, High School
Garrett Brown, inventor of the Steadicam said “I was a better inventor then I was cameraman and director”. BINGO! Here was the perfect example that STEM, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math occur fluidly and naturally within all disciplines, not separately.
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Looking for lesson ideas to get your kids outside and learning? Give the FREE app Leafsnap a try! Developed by Columbia University, University of Maryland and the Smithsonian Leafsnap is an interactive electronic field guide that will have your students identifying trees in no time. Easy to use, open the app and snap a leaf from a tree. Based on the leaf outline, the app makes a suggestion as to what type of tree this could be.
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Can’t find enough Solar Eclipse glasses for your family, class or viewing party? NO PROBLEM! Grab some white paper, aluminum foil, tape and a paper
Can’t take your kids outside during the eclipse? Looking for an engaging lesson to do indoors? While this lesson does not compare to watching the
The upcoming Solar Eclipse, Aug 21, provides a fantastic opportunity to get kids interested in Science. Nasa has put together a FREE Eclipse Kit which