Wednesday, July 30, 2014

STEM Breaks - Bubbles

Last year I would pass out "STEM Breaks" to each classroom teacher about twice a month.  I would also provide materials to use that were cheap and easy to find.  The purpose of the STEM Breaks were to get the students to explore and ask questions about a variety of materials.  The first STEM Break is about Bubbles!  I found regular bubbles and touchable bubbles both at my local Dollar Tree store.  I gave one of each to each classroom with the STEM BREAK note.  Classroom were encouraged to experiment and share what they discovered in some way.  Many of the classes made posters and books based on the STEM Breaks!



Click here for the FREE google doc of this STEM Break sheet!  Just add bubbles and you are ready to go!


3 comments :

  1. Love this idea. I teach K-5 science and am always looking for ways that my teachers can add more science into their week. Would love to hear other ideas!

    Renee at The Science School Yard

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  2. What a great idea! Do you have any more of these available?

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  3. I am working on a set of them, I will post a link when I am done! :)

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