February's STEM Challenge posed the question, “What can you do with a rubber band or rubber bands?” Here are February's STEM Challenge winners:
· Early Learning. – Catapult (Group Project)
· Pre-Kindergarten - Alana Goldstein – Scale & Chloe Parsons – Balloon
· Liam Knott, Jr. Kindergarten – Helicopter
· Reed Neff, Kindergarten – Energy Wave
· Isabella Volé, Grade One – “Fuzz Ball” Game
· Saharah Johnson, Grade Two – Catapult
· Chloe Camp, Grade Three – Motorized Boat
· Jade Al Husseini, Grade Four – Pinball Game
· Nikita Kudrin, Grade Five – Musical Instrument
Noteworthy creations were announced/displayed at Morning Meeting on Friday, March 3, 2017. Check with your child’s teacher for classroom due dates and additional guidelines (which may vary by class). Only projects which incorporate one or more of the 4 STEM pillars—Science, Technology, Engineering, and/or Mathematics—will be considered for recognition and shared at morning meeting.
Keep a lookout for the next STEM home challenge!
Home challenges are designed for optional participation to involve students and families in the STEM program. At the end of a givren month, one student from each class will present his/her "creation."
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