Valentine’s Day STEM / Valentine STEM Challenges (February)
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Science, Valentine’s Day, Engineering
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Activities, Fun Stuff, GATE
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7 MB | 46 pages
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LOW PREP VALENTINE’S DAY STEM CHALLENGES VIDEO
This Valentine’s Day themed STEM/STEAM package is perfect to engage your elementary engineers in February! Three STEM challenges and one Bonus Brainbuilder are provided and can be completed as stations or in isolation.
- Bonus Brainbuilder: Candy Dispenser
- Detailed Lesson Plan with Standards, Supply Checklists, and Suggested Read Alouds
- Digital Google Slides Notebook for Paperless Recording
- Key Visual Vocabulary Chart
- Photos of Possible Products
- Digital Anchor Chart
- Student Instructions
- QR Code Research Videos and Website
- Differentiated Student Recording Sheets (K-1st and 2nd-5th)
- Reflection Discussion Chart
- Grading Rubric
- Supply Request Letter for Parents
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Brittany Wynn –
I love STEM activities and this one did not disappoint! Great variety of easy to use activities that were fun for Valentine’s Day! My students enjoyed these. -Brittany Wynn
Renee B. –
My class loved this so much that they worked and ate their lunch. (We are still eating in our classrooms.) It was great to see some of my students who are not my top students become engaged and get excited about what they built. We made the candy dispensers. I hope to find more activities similar to this one. -Renee B.
Kari B. –
What an awesome resource! I love the video links to help with understanding complex concepts. They really get a lot out of these STEM activities. It is more than just making something… they are learning about complex topics. -Kari B.
The Coffee First Teacher –
These are simple, easy to use STEM activities! The students LOVE these and they make doing STEM in first grade a breeze! Thank you for a great resource! -The Coffee First Teacher
linda methol –
Another great STEM product by Brooke Brown. I have used it for several years and the students love it. The Air Mail one is a particular favorite. -linda methol
Chelsea Kollack –
These STEM lessons were a highlight in my students’ digital learning experience. This resource made it super easy for my students to learn about new concepts and then create a product at home. Thank you so much!! -Chelsea Kollack
Denise B. –
Great unit and very easy to use in the classroom. The students loved all of the challenges and hated when I told them it was time to clean up. -Denise B.
Sherry M. –
Brooke Brown’s resources are always amazing, and this was great too! I used parts of this resource, but it was great to have choices! Thank you! -Sherry M.
Jami N. –
I have dug into STEM this year even though I only teach ELA. This was the best decision I have made. Who says only the Science teachers get to do it! This is an amazing resource. -Jami N.
karla C. –
The lessons were well thought out and very easy for my students to use. I used them with my in person and remote learners on seesaw. It was very successful. -karla C.
The One with the Colorful Classroom –
I used this for a STEM after school program that I teach virtually. The students loved all of the projects! The embedded videos and planning sheets are wonderful, especially for virtual learning. -The One with the Colorful Classroom
Mlissa C. –
I should have bought the big bundle to begin with. These are always an amazing resource. So little prep needed on my end and the kids love them! -Mlissa C.
Kristin C. –
I shared some of these activities with families to use at home that required minimal resources. I love all of Brooke’s STEM resources. -Kristin C.
Courtney T. –
My students love anything that involves candy, of course! We did the candy dispenser challenge. I’ll use the rest in years to come! It was challenging enough that they were engaged, yet it was not too difficult. I recommend this resource. -Courtney T.
Jessica Allen –
This was such a fun and engaging activity for my students. They really enjoyed the STEM activities in this resource. -Jessica Allen