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Engineering a Frosty Fortress
In this One Time class, students will participate in a winter STEM (STEAM) activity in which they create a “snow” fort. All learners of varying abilities and needs are welcome to join.
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Welcome engineers! Join us to develop your perseverance and problem solving skills by participating in the engineering design process as you create a snow fortress made out of mini marshmallows, toothpicks, and straws that can withstand a snowball attack. Other materials such as cardboard from cereal boxes or other food packaging, paper plates, and aluminum foil can also be used if marshmallows are not available. Please keep in mind that depending on the materials and methods chosen, there...
Students will be able to complete a STEM challenge by following the engineering design process.
- mini marshmallows - toothpicks - straws - or other STEM supplies such as cardboard from cereal boxes or other food packaging, paper plates, and aluminum foil - tape
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Learners may need assistance with building the project.
Kristen KeenanElementary and STEM Teacher
186 total reviews
251 completed classes
Hi, my name is Mrs. Keenan, and I have been an educator since 2002. I hold NY State certifications for PreK-6th grade and for Students with Disabilities. My Master’s degree focused on inclusion and differentiated instruction. In addition to being...