FLEXIBLE LEARNING POST 3

 

Kindergarten:

STEM Choice Week: Try one of these STEM challenges.

  • Design a book tower. Predict how many “STORIES” tall your tower will be before it falls over. 

  • Design and make a paper airplane. Graph the distance of 10 flights.

  • Make a bridge out of Legos or a material of your choice. The bridge should have a span of 8 in. and can hold a rock the size of your fist.

  • Design a solution to keep the remote control from going missing.

  • Make a tower that is 45 in. tall with 2 pieces of computer paper and 5 in. of tape.

  • Make a roller coaster for a marble, a golf ball, a ping pong ball or any ball that you have at home.  Try to keep the ball moving for 30 seconds. 

 

Reflection:

What worked well? What didn’t? What would you change next time?

 

First:

STEM Choice Week: Try one of these STEM challenges.

  • Design a book tower. Predict how many “STORIES” tall your tower will be before it falls over. 

  • Design and make a paper airplane. Graph the distance of 10 flights.

  • Make a bridge out of Legos or a material of your choice. The bridge should have a span of 8 in. and can hold a rock the size of your fist.

  • Design a solution to keep the remote control from going missing.

  • Make a tower that is 45 in. tall with 2 pieces of computer paper and 5 in. of tape.

  • Make a roller coaster for a marble, a golf ball, a ping pong ball or any ball that you have at home.  Try to keep the ball moving for 30 seconds. 

 

Reflection:

What worked well? What didn’t? What would you change next time?

 

Second:

STEM Choice Week: Try one of these STEM challenges.

  • Design a book tower. Predict how many “STORIES” tall your tower will be before it falls over. 

  • Design and make a paper airplane. Graph the distance of 10 flights.

  • Make a bridge out of Legos or a material of your choice. The bridge should have a span of 8 in. and can hold a rock the size of your fist.

  • Design a solution to keep the remote control from going missing.

  • Make a tower that is 45 in. tall with 2 pieces of computer paper and 5 in. of tape.

  • Make a roller coaster for a marble, a golf ball, a ping pong ball or any ball that you have at home.  Try to keep the ball moving for 30 seconds. 

 

Reflection:

What worked well? What didn’t? What would you change next time?

 

Third:

STEM Choice Week: Try one of these STEM challenges.

  • Design and make a paper airplane. Graph the distance of 10 flights.

  • Make a bridge out of Legos or a material of your choice. The bridge should have a span of 8 in. and can hold a rock the size of your fist.

  • Design a solution to keep the remote control from going missing.

  • Make a tower that is 45 in. tall with 2 pieces of computer paper and 5 in. of tape.

  • Make a roller coaster for a marble, a golf ball, a ping pong ball or any ball that you have at home.  Try to keep the ball moving for 30 seconds. 

 

Reflection:

What worked well? What didn’t? What would you change next time?

 

Fourth:

STEM Choice Week: Try one of these STEM challenges.

  • Design and make a paper airplane. Graph the distance of 10 flights.

  • Make a bridge out of Legos or a material of your choice. The bridge should have a span of 8 in. and can hold a rock the size of your fist.

  • Design a solution to keep the remote control from going missing.

  • Make a tower that is 45 in. tall with 2 pieces of computer paper and 5 in. of tape.

  • Make a roller coaster for a marble, a golf ball, a ping pong ball or any ball that you have at home.  Try to keep the ball moving for 30 seconds. 

 

Reflection:

What worked well? What didn’t? What would you change next time?

 

Fifth:

STEM Choice Week: Try one of these STEM challenges.

  • Design and make a paper airplane. Graph the distance of 10 flights.

  • Make a bridge out of Legos or a material of your choice. The bridge should have a span of 8 in. and can hold a rock the size of your fist.

  • Design a solution to keep the remote control from going missing.

  • Make a tower that is 45 in. tall with 2 pieces of computer paper and 5 in. of tape.

  • Make a roller coaster for a marble, a golf ball, a ping pong ball or any ball that you have at home.  Try to keep the ball moving for 30 seconds. 

 

Reflection:

What worked well? What didn’t? What would you change next time?

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