Happy New Year!
To kick off a new year for all of us, and a new semester of graduate school for me, it’s time to try a new way of communicating. I’m certainly going outside of my comfort zone here…
Can you feel the love? View the video below to learn more about what our classrooms plan to use to integrate STEM in the month of February. While certainly rough around the edges, I will explain a Cupid’s Arrow Challenge including tips, tricks, reminders, and extensions. Students will need minimal materials: craft sticks, string or rubber bands, scissors, and cotton swabs for arrows. Click below to learn more!
Want to try it yourself? Click below to link up to Teachers Pay Teachers where I bought this challenge and corresponding close reading activity.
Do STEM Challenges leave you stumped? Take a look at a few pictures of completed Cupid’s Bow and Arrow challenges from around the web. As is the nature with such design challenges, there are many, many ways to solve these challenges.
Still skeptical? Watch the following short video where a young man shows a very simple way to build a great bow! Your kiddos are going to love it!