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Ongoing STEM Experiments for Young Learners
In this ongoing class, students will jump into science, technology, engineering, and math with hands on experiments.
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
Kindergarten-2nd US Grade Level
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
20 minutes per class
There are no open spots for this class.
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In this ongoing class, students will engage in hands on STEM activities. We will learn about science while conducting fun experiments and challenges. This class may require some help or supervision from parents, depending on your students' abilities. I will be modeling as I instruct this class. Students will get to view each others' experiments or participate in fun challenges with each other. No experience is needed for this class, but a love for science and problem solving is key. 1. June...
Students will have fun, be challenged, and work on STEM experiments.
I have taught on Outschool for 2 years. Before Outschool, I have 4 years experience in teaching 3rd-7th grade science.
A printable will be included that lists all materials by class. Things you will need for the entirety of this class: -foil -plastic wrap (saran wrap) -1 balloon -baking soda -vinegar -box (tissue, pizza, similar box) -marbles or other fillers -spaghetti noodles -playdoh -craft sticks (any size) -plastic or real spoons -2 axels and 4 wheels OR toy car -magnet Your choices of tape, glue (may be hot, but use supervision), rubber bands, or any other fasteners. **There may be a few more food items for the Mars Rover. You will receive a printable with more direct information.
20 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
These activities are appropriate for most students at this age, but they may need some assistance with fine motor work. Parents are welcomed and encouraged to help off screen. This class may contain the use of scissors, balloons, magnets, playdough and more. Please be sure to check the ingredients for allergens and monitor your student as they use tools.