This activity is awesome and inexpensive to have on hand for students. Depending on group size and the length of the pipe, it can be simple or very challenging.

Outdoor Ed - Team building - Pipeline. can be done with kids with pool noodles cut in and use a marble?

Straw Structure Design Samples.The Challenge is to build the tallest structure with 50 straws and a small roll of tape. The structure must be able to support a 200g orange.‌‌‎

OLD SCHOOL WEEK/GO FOR THE GOLD/ STEM Straw Structure Design Samples.The Challenge is to build the tallest structure with 50 straws and a small roll of tape. The structure must be able to support a orange.

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Gross Motor Skill Development - The Wacky Relay

In the middle: Life as a seventh grade language arts teacher. The Cup Challenge - teach students how to work in cooperative groups with this simple and fun challenge.

Collaboration Activity (good for mentor time) from: In the middle: Life as a seventh grade language arts teacher. The Cup Challenge - teach students how to work in cooperative groups with this simple and fun challenge.

Popsicle Bridges!   For this activity, the set-up was simple. I separated the students desks by 1 foot, gave each group 25 Popsicle sticks and 3 feet of tape. Their goal was to make the strongest and most aesthetically pleasing bridge across the great desk divide!

Have each student design and create a bridge that can withstand the most weight. Let students use craft sticks and other materials like tape to create their ideal bridge.

10  Team Building Activities for Adults and Kids, http://hative.com/team-building-activities-for-adults-and-kids/,

10+ Team Building Activities for Adults and Kids

▶ Team Building Exercise: Team Pen - YouTube

Robot Writer -- Duct Tape Teambuilding Game - Give group duct tape, marker, paper, two blind folded people

Exploring engineering principles -- which shape is the strongest?

STEM Activities for Kids: How strong is a piece of paper

Possible science project. STEM Challenge: Which paper shape is the strongest? Engineering activity for kids from Creekside Learning.

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