Marshmallow Engineering for Kids

STEM Hands-on Learning with Marshmallows https://youtu.be/y6FmrOS72EA How to Demonstrate Engineering Principles | Science Projects We got some mini marshmallows for hot chocolate. We got some extras left, so we tried this Hands-On Engineering activity. My son was in first grade back then, and he got very frustrated with the structure was too waggly and not... Continue Reading →

LEGO Math Activities: Probability and Odds

Inspired by the Galton Board We visited the science museum, and my son was so impressed by the machine that shows how probability works. It might be called the Galton Board or the bean Machine. We got the inspiration from them and made the marble run toy with legos. https://youtu.be/Vo9Esp1yaC8 https://youtu.be/6YDHBFVIvIs What We Used Lego... Continue Reading →

LEGO Activities for Kids: Lego Marble Maze

Make your own marble maze out of Lego bricks! We made a Lego maze on the baseboard. We learned this from our experience, I recommend using higher brick walls so that the marble doesn't jump over the pieces. What We Used Any Lego piecesLego BaseplateMarble (if you don't have, you can make a small ball with aluminum foil) Step... Continue Reading →

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