In honor of November’s National STEM Day, our resources this month are all about STEM! No doubt, your students are also still talking about the results of the 2020 election. What better time to roll out a math lesson on the election results? Check out the details below and explore more exciting activities to use this month.
For National STEM Day we are giving away a sample of simulated dirt from Mars! Could we survive on Mars? Experiment with different plants and soil types by growing plants in “dirt” that is similar to the surface of Mars. Click here to enter!
Free STEM & Math Lessons and Activities:
- Looking for an experiment on soil types? Check out this STEM Lesson from the Iowa Agricultural Literacy Foundation or explore lessons for older students here. You can also purchase your own sample of simulated Mars dirt here.
- Looking for a lesson on statistics and voting trends in America? Check out this lesson from census.gov on Voting Trends in America 1964-2014.
- Are your students interested in the Election Results? Check out this free printable election math lesson. Don’t miss the election simulation game at the end of the lesson!
- Interested in other STEM Activities? Check out more easy and fun activities for your home or classroom.
Nominate students now for the 2020 Virtual Rising Stars Awards! Click here to nominate.