Saturday, October 24, 2015

Pumpkin Art and Bats Take Flight S.T.E.M. Activities

Halloween is almost here!
How is it that November is near?
I know right?!

Where did the time go?
Do you know?
Not sure because it feels like just yesterday
we were in the "August in Kindergarten is like
childbirth:  So painful you block it out."

I have no clue!
I've just been following all my Lists To Do!
If you're OCD like me,

you'll actually add things to your list
that you've completed that weren't originally on your list.

Teaching, teaching, makes time fly fast!
Blink your eyes and 2 months have passed!
For sure!

I feel like it was just yesterday
I opened my door for the first school day.
That was forever ago now!

Now that October is coming to an end,
I have something special for each blogging friend.
Of course you do.  You're cool like that.

To all of our blogging pals
Who are prepping for this week...
Here is a STEM freebie
that won't last long....
so quick! Take a peek!

STEM Science, Technology, Engineering & Math: Pumpkin Art 
This freebie will be available for the next 24 hours only.
Thanks for following our blog!

Have your students create a pumpkin
Out of paper, ribbons, and tape.
Just give them the materials,
And see what they create!

If you like this STEM, 
Here's another you may like to try:
Instead of making time fly....Let's make BATS fly! 
My kids are going to LOVE this one!

 STEM Science, Technology, Engineering & Math: Bats Take Flight
 My students love their bats so cool,
We had to mount and hang them at our school.
If you missed these freebies, I'm sorry!
Be sure to follow our blog and TPT stores to get future freebies!
Happy Creating!


Tracy Rushmer and Ashley Banton said...

Thanks for sharing. I think making the pumpkins will be a great 1st S.T.E.M. project for my group.

Queen Chaos said...

I think your students will like it! When my kids came in and saw the butcher paper and ribbons....they were so excited! I even heard several of them say, "You're the best teacher ever!" Of course, they say that to all their teachers....but that's OK with me!
:) Regina

Shelly said...

My firsties loved the Bat STEM project!
Thank you!

Queen Chaos said...

Hi Shelly,
You are very welcome! I have to say that this was one of my students' favorite STEMs this year! I know...I say that all the time...but really...this one made them very happy! Making the bats was fun....but seeing how far they could fly was "AWESOME!"
I'm so glad to hear that your students enjoyed this STEM activity too!
Happy STEMming!
:) Regina

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