Check out this super simple screen free activity for teaching kids to code! You don't need fancy equipment to get kids coding. The unplugged coding activity just requires some egg cartons, construction paper and surprise eggs. Kids will learn about algorithms and sequencing in this super simple and fun coding activity! #coding
Pumpkin Picker is the perfect Thanksgiving STEM Challenge activity to keep your kids engaged during the holidays. It’s full of rigor, engagement, and fun with modifications for grades 2-8. Click through to the Thanksgiving STEM Challenge hub for more details, blog posts, video walk-throughs, resources and more!
November STEM Read Alouds (Thanksgiving Read Alouds): We love using read alouds and STEM activities to create a fun and engaging classroom. Students love the hands-on learning Thanksgiving STEM challenges that incorporate, reading, writing, and making. #readalouds #stemactivities
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, so it’s time to give thanks for holiday STEM challenges! This month, I have a new set of five challenges in store that, together, loosely follow the path of Pilgrims settling in America. These challenges comprise the Thanksgiving STEM Challenge 5-in-1 Bundle! The Thanksgiving STEM challenge storyline is this: …
Howdy! I am Mr. Greg from The Kindergarten Smorgasboard. My real name is Greg Smedley-Warren. I have been teaching for 11 years. I spent a year teaching fifth grade, two years in second grade and am now in my 9th year in Kindergarten. Kindergarten is my passion and my calling but honestly, that wasn’t how it started. When I was moved to Kindergarten (not voluntarily!) I called my mommy and cried. But on the first day, I fell in love and knew that Kindergarten is where I belonged. I have remai...
Will it sink or float? Classic science experiment for kids - fun ways to introduce preschool, kindergarten and elementary kids to physic concepts! Includes a free printable worksheet so students can predict if an item will sink or float BEFORE the drop it into water. This is an AWESOME summer or Fall science activity too using fruits and vegetables from the Farmer's Market or local stores!