Our #SciencingAndEngineering Collection will include videos directed at students along with videos directed at teachers highlighting best practices for engaging students. Teachers can either use the videos or they could utilize the videos as professional development and then engage their students using them completely offline (preferred). The focus of this collection will be on phenomenon-driven 3-dimensional science instruction aligned to the new Arizona Science Standards. As always, we will also focus on #STEMontheCheap lessons which require inexpensive materials that make rich learning opportunities.

 

 

 

 

A Collection of STEMAZing Lessons for Young Learners

A Collection of STEMAZing Lessons for Young Learners

STEM and STEAM lessons for engaging our youngest learners from 3-8 years old. Lessons written for early childhood educators and learning coaches. Each lesson includes directions and explanation of the STEM behind the lessons. Many ...

Ant Wrangling – #SciencingAndEngineering with The STEMAZing Project

Teacher/Learning Coach Guide with Best Practices and Strategies for Engaging Students [Coming Soon!] Notice Phenomenon and Wonder Question Journal If you want to use this resource in Google Classroom, you can find a Google Slides ...

Bernoulli’s Principle – #SciencingAndEngineering with @TheSTEMAZingPro

Teacher/Learning Coach Guide with Best Practices and Strategies for Engaging Students Notice Phenomenon and Wonder Question Journal If you want to use this resource in Google Classroom, you can find a Google Slides version of ...
Binary #MicDropMath Lessons

Binary #MicDropMath Lessons

This series of lessons is designed to take students' understanding of the binary number system way beyond the well known fact that it uses zeroes and ones. While each lesson can be used on its ...

Dry Erase Phun – #SciencingAndEngineering with @TheSTEMAZingPro

Teacher/Learning Coach Guide with Best Practices and Strategies for Engaging Students [Coming Soon!] Notice Phenomenon and Wonder Question Journal If you want to use this resource in Google Classroom, you can find a Google Slides ...

Human Computers – Creative Message Communication

Believe it or not, there is a five-letter word encoded in the cards shown in the image. Start with lessons on the binary number system. Then, learn how computers use parity bits for error detection ...

M&Ms Are Phenomenal – #SciencingAndEngineering with @TheSTEMAZingPro

Teacher/Learning Coach Guide with Best Practices and Strategies for Engaging Students [Coming Soon!] Notice Phenomenon and Wonder Question Journal If you want to use this resource in Google Classroom, you can find a Google Slides ...
Matchbox Car PQRST

Matchbox Car PQRST

This powerful lesson will not only teach students how to identify variables, design a scientific experiment, collect data, make a CER (claim, evidence, and reasoning) based on their experiment, and continue thinking in questions, it ...
Notice Phenomenon and Wonder Question Journals

Notice Phenomenon and Wonder Question Journals

Notice Phenomenon and Wonder Question Journals come in formats that are printer friendly and in Google classroom versions for both Slides and Docs. Great tools for helping students notice and wonder how the world works! ...
Pepper's Pyramid hack atop a cell phone screen

Pepper’s Pyramid Projector

Turn your cell phone or tablet into a 3D hologram-like projector using plastic you would normally recycle. Reuse flat clear plastic to give this old physics trick a high tech twist. Less ecologically friendly, but ...
Phenomena Databases and Storyline/Investigation Collections

Phenomena Databases and Storyline/Investigation Collections

Can't find what you are looking for in our collection? Sift through these collections to see if they have something that fits your needs ...
Pool Noodle Rocket

Pool Noodle Rocket

Build this Pool Noodle Rocket using, you guessed it, a pool noodle, duct tape, rubber bands, scissors, cardboard from a cereal box, a sharpened pencil, plastic knife, rocket fin template, ruler, sharpie, string, and a ...
PQRST Journal

PQRST Journal

The A-Z (or at least P-T) template for helping your students process a phenomenon, play to learn, identify variables, design an experiment, conduct experiment to collect data, make a claim supported by evidence with scientific ...
Projectile Popper

Projectile Popper

Build this Projectile Popper using an empty 32 oz Gatorade bottle, a string, rubber bands, drill (other options), scissors, goggles, bead, ping pong balls, and a box cutter (or knife). (NOTE: Adults should prep the ...
Rattle Writer

Rattle Writer

Build this Rattle Writer using just a pool noodle, electric toothbrush (found for $1 at dollar stores), a plastic knife, washable markers, rubber bands, googly eyes (optional but fun), paper, duct tape, and a ruler ...
REAL Primary Colors PQRST

REAL Primary Colors PQRST

How does your eye see a red apple? Explore this question using a phenomenon driven storyline to engage students in exploring how the eye works and how we create color using light and using pigments ...
photo of a journal made with the STEMAZing hack

STEMAZing Journal Hack

Make graph paper STEMAZing journals that require no staples or tape using an old bookbinding trick ...
Wack-a-Pack Science - PQRST

Wack-a-Pack Science – PQRST

Our favorite phenomenon - Wack-a-Packs from Dollar Tree! These can generally be found for every holiday and also in the birthday section. Use this phenomenon to drive questions for lots of different avenues of exploration ...

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