I’ve been on a bit of a spring STEM kick this week, mostly because the weather has been (intermittently) nice and I’m looking for things we can do outside when the weather is nice.
Here are a couple more great resources for you to check out if you’re thinking about spring STEM, too.
Proud to Be Primary has a great collection of 20 spring STEAM ideas, which covers everything from the life cycle of a butterfly to growing sprouts in egg shells. There are some great craft projects, games and engineering ideas, too.
And don’t miss the Easter science and STEM activities at Little Bins for Little Hands. She has Easter challenge cards to print, with ideas like egg drops, Easter slime, erupting eggs and more. Plus there are links to each of the activities so you’ll know just how to do them with your kids.