STEM Activity for Kids: How to Make Straw Rockets (w/ Free Rocket Template)- Fun for a science lesson, outdoor play activity, or unit on space! Great for students in a special education classroom. Work on oral motor skills as well as sensory play.
Super easy rocket craft made from a balloon, a straw, a rubber band and some paper. Kids will have fun launching these! (Using different colored balloons makes it easier to find your own rocket.) Great reunion activity for kids!
How to Make a Catapult for Kids - this fun STEM Activity will keep them busy for hours! Four to six Popsicle sticks, three or more rubbed bands, glue (or glue gun), small cap, cotton balls or other small items (buttons?) for catapulting.
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Are you looking for a fun game to play that will keep the kids busy? These Balloon Cup Shooters are awesome! And they will definitely keep the kiddos entertained for a few hours. All you need are plastic cups, balloons, duct tape and ping pong balls.
How to make a craft stick airplane using popsicle sticks and clothes pins. Easy airplane craft for kids to make. Also, how we used these airplane crafts to make craft kits for charity and our local children
Make straw rockets! This simple rocket activity kept my crew busy for a long time, and it’s so simple to do! Blow into the straw and launch your rocket. We put these rockets together in about 10 min. The longest part was wa