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electricity, Magnetism, light, Sound, earth and space
Add more STEAM
to your classes
BY CHESKA ROBINSON
re you looking for interest-
ing ways to rev up your
science lessons for the
new school year Consider add-
ing more STEAM to your arse-
nal of t...
...mark Booklights - Sew Electric STEAM Lesson Plan
This activity brings together crafts and electronics. You will design and sew a simple circuit
using conductive thread to create your own ...
Table 2. Doodle Bot STEAM Lesson Plan
Doodle Bots can be made from found objects and recycled materials. They work using a simple
circuit that demonstrates ...
...akey-Makey Musical Instruments STEAM Lesson Plan
Design and create your own electronic musical instrument using art materials, cardboard and
simple coding through Scratch. Your instrument...
Safety Picks Up “STEAM”
By Ken Roy
art, and mathematics—are
essential for fostering stu-
dents’ 21st-century skills. STEAM
oving STEM to STEAM by adding the
arts to science, technology, engineer-
ing, and mathematics education can
produce powerful and authentic learning op-
portunities (Jolly 2014). STE...
In a yearlong unit on plants, students use art to make models of their subjects.
By Rebecca Kurson
Science and Children 58
Summer 2014 1
Science Scope (ISSN 0887-2376) is published
nine times a year (Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec., Jan.,
Feb., Mar., Apr./May [combined], and July) by
the National Science Te...
Assistant Executive Director, Journals
Kenneth L. Roberts