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Saturday, March 2 • 8:00am - 8:45am
Project-based STEM Challenges for Elementary Students

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STEM projects in elementary school provide students with the perfect opportunity to see a real world application of science, technology, engineering and math. Come learn about 3 Project-based STEM projects designed to challenge your elementary students and provide a rich experience with the engineering design process! The Cantilever Challenge will have your students talking about balanced forces and mass, fulcrum, levers, center of gravity and equations. The Mars Aqueduct project is guaranteed to challenge students as they try to design and improve the best way to move water down to the ‘fields on Mars.’ Your lower elementary students will be challenged to think more deeply of material properties and observe their tests as they engineer an animal shelter. Links and resources for teachers and students will be provided. Leave with 3 lessons for Monday!

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Crystal Brown

STEMTech Teacher, K-5, Gibraltar School District

Saturday March 2, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am EST
Winchester Room