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Can you build a boat that will float and hold weight?

STEM Challenge Boat Building

STEM Challenge: Can you build a boat that will float and hold weight? The boat is built from simple materials and it must float. Add one more twist to the constraints and it becomes challenging!

Make a boat using some or all of these materials. How many marbles can it hold? Reshape it so it will hold more marbles. Which materials were the most effective? Which materials were the least effective? Summer STEM and learning activities for kids.

4 rubber bands, 4 straws, 6 popsicle sticks, a stick of clay, and a inch shhet of alumimum foil

Can  you build a tower with only a dew materials? It must have a suspended bucket that holds weight! What will you do?

STEM Challenge Bucket Towers

Back to school. STEM Challenges: This amazing challenge uses one basic material- Straws! Add a few more items and see if your students can build a suspended bucket that will hold weight!

STEM Challenge: Learn about Newton's 3rd Law of Motion and then build a device to prove it! Here's a fabulous challenge to build a Newton's Cradle!

STEM Newton's Cradle Challenge - featuring Newton’s 3rd Law

STEM Challenge: Learn about Newton's Law of Motion and then build a device to prove it! Here's a fabulous challenge to build a Newton's Cradle!

This is a great project for elementary students!

STEM Trifold: Flotation Device

STEM Challenge: Can you build a flotation device for an action figure? from More Than a Worksheet. Guide your students through the entire STEM engineering process with a simple trifold. Teach about buoyancy and density while learning the design process.

Fabulous STEM Challenge using only a few simple supplies! Can you build a tower with a hanging bucket? How much weight will it hold?

Fabulous STEM Challenge using only a few simple supplies! Can you build a tower with a hanging bucket?

Marker is attached to 8 strings, and the group has to write out a word by working together and only holding onto the last foot foot of each string.

Team-building: marker attached to 8 strings; group has to write word working together and only holding onto the last of each string

Dancing raisins activities. Lots of fun experiments. I have done this experiment, and seen the entire class become silent out of curiosity. It is a great engagement piece for a lesson, and it can be hands on if you ask for volunteers!

Ed Dancing raisins activities. Lots of fun experiments. I have done this experiment, and seen the entire class become silent out of curiosity. It is a great engagement piece for a lesson, and it can be hands on if you ask for volunteers!

The 'Walking' Water Experiment. Do after reading One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish by Dr Seuss.

The 'Walking' Water Experiment. Do after reading One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish by Dr Seuss or something like that. Really cool for kids to see.

Paper bag STEM challenges week of STEM activities for kids:

Paper Bag STEM Challenges Week for Kids

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