Building challenge for kids: Create a LEGO Duplo marble run with pool noodles. Makes a great engineering project for STEM learning! by frugalfunforkids #DIY #Marble_Run #STEM

STEM Building Challenge for Kids: LEGO Duplo and Pool Noodle Marble Run

STEM Building Activity for Kids: Create a LEGO Duplo Marble Run! Pool noodles plus LEGO supports make a great engineering project for kids. My preschooler boys would love this

Andy Goldsworthy inspired. Children trace each others outline on the pavement with chalk and cover themselves up with nature. Even better would be to trace the image in dirt with a stick.

Grade Art with Mrs. Brown -- Andy Goldsworthy nature art (group project towards end of year?

Numbers using bottle tops

I love the recycled lids activities! Number match sensory bin with collected lids - could hid any kind of objects in with the lids!

simple and engaging fine motor activity using buttons and pattern lines

Fine Motor Work Station or Centre Activity

Creating patterns, swirls or zig-zags with buttons, children will have so much fun playing with this fine motor work station or learning centre activity.

Homemade tinker toys in the library - No budget? Use toilet paper or paper towel tubes and straws to make your own building components for a library center!

I have straws and am collecting the rolls (Stephanie) Homemade tinker toys in the library - No budget? Use toilet paper or paper towel tubes and straws to make your own building components for a library center!

Challenge display in my class. Over the week coloured lolly sticks are placed in different areas. When children complete a challenge/task they put a stick in their pot of gold.

This is a pretty good idea. Challenge display in my class. Over the week coloured lolly sticks are placed in different areas. When children complete a challenge/task they put a stick in their pot of gold.

Challenge display in my class. Over the week coloured lolly sticks are placed in different areas. When children complete a challenge/task they put a stick in their pot of gold.

This is a pretty good idea. Challenge display in my class. Over the week coloured lolly sticks are placed in different areas. When children complete a challenge/task they put a stick in their pot of gold.

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