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STEM Explorers Design Club - Ongoing Class
Science & Nature
Spring STEM Experiments: Ages 6-8
In this class, we will spend time socializing and creating spring-related and Easter STEM projects together!
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
US Grade Level
learners per class
$9 per class
Meets 2x per week
Runs week after week
30 minutes per class
There are no open spots for this class.
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Are you looking for an engaging, hands-on class to keep your child busy this spring? This class is designed to help children ages 6-8 work on social skills while also keeping them busy with projects to spark their creativity and imagination! We will work on spring-related topics in this class. We will spend some time each class practicing social skills, such as taking turns, raising our hands, and talking with our peers and teacher. Then we will learn about the topic for that week and...
Students will work on social skills. Students will also create hands-on projects and activities while learning about some spring concepts. Students will learn some science vocabulary as well.
I am a licensed elementary teacher with many years experience teaching in schools. I also have 3 young children of my own that I do STEM projects with.
Class 1: about 10 plastic eggs (any color will be fine!), bowl of water, scotch or duct tape if your eggs have holes in them, choose 4 small items varying in weight to put inside the eggs (examples: rocks, jelly beans, Easter Peep, sand, playdough, Legos, feathers, magnetic letters) Class 2: 10-15 plastic eggs (any color), playdough Class 3: empty cereal box, scissors, Legos/Duplo/or other type of building blocks, 2 plastic eggs (we will be cutting the cereal box so parent support may be needed with the cutting part) Class 4: 1-2 small toys (such as figurines or dinosaurs), glue, tape, string, scissors, popsicle sticks, 2 paper straws, 1 coffee filter, 1 sponge, 1 paper plate, 1 muffin tin wrapper, pitcher or container of water that can be easily poured, pan or bowl to collect the water, paper towels Class 5: jelly beans, toothpicks, 2 Easter Peeps (if you don't have access to Peeps, you can use a small bird figurine or other similar animal) Class 6: **Parent support will be needed with this class! This experiment may get messy so having a parent/adult sit nearby will help.* 4 gallon-sized ziploc bags, 4 eggs (raw eggs), flour, paper towels, cereal, ice, paper towels
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parent support (off-camera) will be very useful as needed when kids work through the projects each week. Parent support with class 6 will be needed as it can get messy. :)