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Have fun this summer with these STEM activities for Kindergarten and Preschool!

These 4 Summer STEM challenges are fun, creative, and easy to plan using materials you have in the classroom.  This resource is for all levels of learners; from beginning problem-solvers to expert scientists and engineers!

This differentiated Kindergarten STEM activities resource includes 4 STEM challenges, design planning sheets, scripted lesson plans, and STEAM design process posters. All materials are differentiated to meet your little problem-solvers unique needs and skill levels!

Low prep and easy to implement with materials you already have in your classroom, these Kindergarten STEM activities promote critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration. The detailed lesson plans and design process posters make learning how to become a STEAM thinker easy and fun for students so that they can complete the summer STEM challenges on their own or in a small group.

What’s included?

●4 STEAM Challenges per month

  • connected to monthly themes or special days
  • challenge cards come in color & b/w and in 3 sizes to print
  • challenge cards with & without suggested materials list for differentiated lessons (Level 1 or Level 2)

●Differentiated Planning Sheets (4 versions)

●Challenge-specific Planning Sheets

●STEAM Design Process

  • information about STEAM in the early years
  • Posters – 3 sizes each in color & b/w

●Differentiated Lesson Plans

  • level 1 – students new to STEAM challenges
  • level 2 – students with STEAM problem-solving experience
  • Scripted talking points

●Observation Sheet specific to STEAM activities

●Self-Reflection checklist

●Maker Space materials list

This resource is GREAT for:

Large Group – everyone doing the same challenge at the same time

Small Group – students work in pairs or small groups with or without educator assistance doing the same challenge together

Individual Activity – students work individually on the same challenge or doing different challenges

Buddies – invite older students to buddy-up with a younger student to assist with the challenge

Activity Centers – set out challenge cards and maker space materials for learning center time

Assessment – use the observation sheet to assess look for’s

Student Goals:

❇ Problem-Solving

❇ Creative-Thinking

❇ Making connections

❇ Growth Mindset