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February 2019

In classrooms today, elementary teachers work tirelessly to fit STEM into an already jammed, packed day. This month’s focus on STEM offers ideas for incorporating all four elements of STEM and provides support and guidance in creating STEM lessons for all students.


Add to Cart A Water Wheel Challenge!
Science and Children, Feb 19
Learning about energy conversion through engineering design
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Add to Cart Early Childhood Resources Review: Creative Investigations in Early Engineering & Technology
Science and Children, Feb 19
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This column evaluates elementary science resources. This issue focuses on engineering and technology in early childhood.
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Add to Cart Engineering Encounters: Authors and Engineers
Science and Children, Feb 19
This column describes creating a classroom culture for engineering. This issue shares information about applying engineering principles to create pop-up books.
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Add to Cart Formative Assessment Probes: Balance Beam
Science and Children, Feb 19
This column focuses on promoting learning through assessment. The probe described in this month's issue teaches students about balanced forces and mathematics.
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Add to Cart Methods & Strategies: Improving the Quality of Engineering Design Challenges
Science and Children, Feb 19
This column provides ideas and techniques to enhance your science teaching. This issue describes five optimizations to improve the quality of the engineering design experience.
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Add to Cart Science 101: Why Does Water Swirl When it Goes Down a Drain?
Science and Children, Feb 19
This column provides background science information for elementary teachers. This issue explains why water swirls when it goes down a drain.
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Add to Cart Simulating a Non-Native Invasion
Science and Children, Feb 19
Fourth-grade students design a computer simulation to model how a new species introduction affects native populations.
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Add to Cart Teaching Teachers: Seven Myths of STEM
Science and Children, Feb 19
This column enhances the repertoire of preservice and inservice teachers.
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Add to Cart Teaching Through Trade Books: Seasonal Weather Patterns
Science and Children, Feb 19
This column includes activities inspired by children’s literature. This issue describes how weather, the seasons, and the movement of the Sun can be observed.
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Add to Cart The Early Years: Teaching the M in STEM
Science and Children, Feb 19
This column discusses resources and science topics related to students in grades preK to 2. This issue focuses on teaching STEM lessons that have an emphasis on mathematics.
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Add to Cart The Poetry of Science: Poetry by the Numbers
Science and Children, Feb 19
Building literacy in playful, meaningful ways.
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Add to Cart Unpacking the STEM Disciplines
Science and Children, Feb 19
A project on human impact on the environment provides many opportunities to explore the disciplines of STEM.
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