Easy Slingshot Straw Rocket Engineering Challenge FUN NGSS STEM Activity

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Transform your homeschool classroom into a hub of innovation and creativity with the Straw Slingshot Rocket Engineering Challenge! This exciting activity is designed to provide your child with a hands-on learning experience that is both fun and educational.

With this challenge, your students will learn about the principles of engineering as they work to design and build their own slingshot rockets. They will experiment with different materials and designs, and learn how to optimize their rocket’s performance through testing and iteration.

As your students work on this challenge, they will develop critical thinking and problem-solving, skills that will prepare them for success in the real world. They will also gain a deeper understanding of science and engineering concepts, such as motion, trajectory, and aerodynamics.

So why wait? Order your Straw Slingshot Rocket Engineering Challenge Lesson Plan today and watch your child’s creativity and innovation soar to new heights!


Easy Slingshot Straw Rocket Engineering Challenge FUN NGSS STEM Activity


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Easy Slingshot Straw Rocket Engineering Challenge FUN NGSS STEM Activity

A Hands-On, Any Day Science Activity is at your fingertips! JET into STEM with this engaging, problem solving, STEM Engineering Activity. This product includes a simple-to-follow slideshow and a student brainstorming/ planning document.

So why wait? Order your Easy Slingshot Straw Rocket Engineering Challenge today and watch your childs’ creativity and innovation soar to new heights!
Create lasting memories and an interest in physics, astronomy and the engineering design process by conducting this exciting STEM challenge. This product includes everything you need to plan for this activity- just add simple materials from your home and some creative engineering ideas. 🙂
What’s Included with the Easy Slingshot Rocket FUN Engineering Challenge?
★ Clear and easy to follow editable Engineering Challenge slide show.
★ Optional competition.
★ Exemplars.
★ Engineering Planning worksheet.
★ Quick Prep Info and Instructor Directions.
Nitty Gritty:
With this editable and printable product, students engage in the process of engineering and learn how to create quality engineering solutions. Buildable and testable engineering design solutions are the basis for any good engineering project or engineering fair. This activity allows for practice of important engineering process skills and higher order thinking.
This assignment is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards for Engineering.
What other teachers have said about Super Star Science products:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- Stephanie C.H. Loved it!! What an engaging engineering challenge to use in online school and with younger grades! This activity is so well explained and set up. The visuals are very clear and the instructions make it easy to use this challenge without much work ahead of time.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- Sharon R. My students loved doing this hands on activity and seeing how school subjects work together, like math and science.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- Britany O. This challenge is easy to use and very straightforward. Kids were excited to show what they created to, not only me, but the other students as well. I highly recommend!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- Laurel D. What a great resource. I was able to modify it to fit my curriculum easily. I will be using this weekly, as our school goal is to improve reading across the curriculum. I look forward to more resources from this author. Thanks!

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I am a wife, mother of 2 and lover of all things “sciency”. My passions is teaching children about God’s amazing creation and making science fun, hands-on and inquiry based.