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S.T.E.A.M. powered programs for inquisitive minds

Are you on the hunt for some quick but thought-provoking STEAM projects for your students?  

Here are some exciting activities and resources for your classroom that will have your kids clamouring with questions (and won’t require you to be an expert coder or S.TE.A.M. specialist)

  

STEAM Projects

 

Light Drum by The Oakland Toy Lab      The Perfect Egg Drop by Lemon Lime Adventures

 

Overnight Crystal Gardens by Babble Dabble Do Force & Motion Painting by Kids Steam Lab

 

Refraction Drawings by Go Science Girls Music You Can See by The Oakland Toy Lab

 

Colour Changing Clock by Left Brain Craft Brain   Fibonacci Art Project by What Do We Do All Day

 

Circuit Bugs by Steam Powered Family       Scrap Robots by Adventure-in-a-Box

 

Build A Heart by STEAM Powered Family Crime Scene Science Lab by Teach Beside Me

 

Newspaper Eiffel Tower by Edventures With Kids       Zoetrope Animation by Share It! Science

 

Flextangles by Babble Dabble Do How to Make a 3D Book by De Tout Et De Rien

 

Tiny Dancers by Babble Dabble Do   Design Thinking for Kids by Meri Cherry

 

Homemade Harmonograph by The Oakland Toy Lab  Tensile Bubbles by Babble Dabble Do

 

STEAM Video Tutorials

Building Dragsters by PhySciManics

Build a Catapult by PhySciManics

How to Build a Hydraulic Robotic Arm by Hack Room

 

Cool STEAM Websites

 

Cool Australia – STEAM Made Simple

 

STEAM Education Australia

 

Go Science Girls

 

My PBL Works

 

Made With Code 

 

Interesting STEAM Articles/Blogs

 

5 Strategies for Creating an Inclusive STEM Culture in Your School – School Leaders Now

 

STEAM YouTube Channels for Elementary Kids – Imagination Soup

 

50 Tips, Tricks and Ideas for Teaching STEAM – We Are Teachers

 

New STEAM Program Keeps it Simple – The Educator

 

Why is STEAM Curriculum Perspective Crucial to the 21st Century? – Conference: Australian Council for Education Research

 

Creative Ways Schools are Teaching Young Scientists to Use Both Sides of their Brain – news.com.au

 

If you’ve been experimenting with STEAM in your classroom but are looking for something meatier, or if you’re just looking for something fresh and different, a Build-A-Mind workshop is the perfect solution!

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