Science & Nature
STEM: Clay Marble Run
Find a creative way to learn about engineering, problem solving, patience, and more.
234 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 2 learners
learners per class
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Student will experiment with engineering as we build slopes, turns, heights, and test gravity. Students problem-solve figuring out what will work, and what doesn't. Following directions is always a helpful skill to practice and with patience and perseverance students can be creative and construct two awesome marble runs. Students will learn through discussion, slides presented by Mrs. Kris and the sharing of ideas with their peers. Learning to shift their thinking is a wonderful skill for...
This class is taught in English.
Engineering, planning, spatial relations, trial and errors, following instructions, hand-eye coordination, and challenge their imagination.
small cookie sheet (a large piece of cardboard can work as a substitute) three or four containers of playdough - homemade is okay, yet store bought tends to be more firm five to six marbles eight paper cups masking tape and scissors to cut tape craft sticks, like popsicle sticks can be used for additional support, can help with possible frustration
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Marbles can be choking hazards
Mrs. Kris, MBA
234 total reviews
334 completed classes
Hi, great to meet you, we're going to have a fabulous time. My family lives in the southeastern part of the United States. My years of teaching experience has helped me develop a philosophy which best helps students be active learners in a...