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Find new ways to play with legos that challenge the student with problem solving and engineering.
Drive through tunnels, over bridges, and around roadblocks without touching your car! Students learn about magnetism with this activity.
DIY Origami Heart Bookmark
Build a Tiny House
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The objective of this project is for students to design and build a tiny house while applying area, perimeter, and geometry skills.
Paper Plate Marble Run
Students create a pinball-like marble maze game using a paper plate, some basic craft supplies, and marbles (or other spherical objects). Kids create all kinds of cool structures on their paper plates for their marbles to go through as they tilt the plate different directions using their hands.
Use marshmallows and spaghetti or pretzel sticks to build an edible structure...just make sure students wash their hands first!
Pom Pom Drop
Test gravity and engineer a pom pom drop. To add a challenge, try to make your drop with at least and inch between each paper roll; or cut rolls in half to make ramps.
Students can be architects with this activity. They can build a dome or sphere with the step-by-step guides, or they can use the concepts to build something else.
Flextangle Folding Paper Toy
Visual storytelling immerses and engages kids, sparking imagination. Combining words with pictures is proven to be an effective way of communicating complex ideas. Stories give projects meaning. Kids build, learn, and live the adventure.