Fun STEM Science Careers and Fields Research Project Get Creative! NGSS

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Fun STEM Science Careers and Fields Research Project

Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to teach your students about science careers? Look no further than the “Science Ology” Career Research and Creative Poster Project! This product is perfect for Homeschool families looking to incorporate real-world applications into their science curriculum.

With this project, children will research a science career of their choice and create a colorful, eye-catching poster to showcase their findings. The project is designed to encourage creativity and critical thinking skills, while also teaching students about the various career paths available in the field of science.

This project is aligned with Next Generation Science Standards and is appropriate for elementary, middle and high school students. It includes detailed instructions, rubrics, and student examples to help guide students through the research and poster creation process.

In addition, this product is easily customizable to fit your classroom needs. Use it as a standalone project or as a part of a larger unit on science careers. With the flexibility to adapt it to your specific needs, this project is sure to be a hit!

So, why wait? Start exploring the world of science careers today with our Science Career Research and Creative Poster Project!



Fun STEM Science Careers and Fields Research Project Get Creative! NGSS


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Fun STEM Science Careers and Fields Research Project

Get ready to have a BLAST with this creative, research based, STEM Poster Project! Improve student engagement with this great, any time student-choice science research and creativity project “SCIENCE ‘OLOGY!”


What’s Included?

★ Clear and easy to follow editable student project directions and worksheet.

★ Exemplar student work.

★ Templates for the drawing portion of the project.

★ Quick Prep Info and Instructor Directions


Nitty Gritty:

With this editable and printable project (pdf and Google), students learn and teach each other about different science fields and the importance of science to our world. Get your students excited about project based learning in your classroom!This guided research project allows your students to apply scientific knowledge in a creative and artistic way. Exemplars are included to give your kids a place to start and to get their creative juices flowing. This project can be used for distance learning or in person. It can be easily assigned digitally or on paper.


This assignment is aligned with Homeschool Learning Objectives and Next Generation Science Standards.


What other teachers have said about Super Star Science products:

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- 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!

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️-Ann H. This is one of the most original and creative project-based lessons I have seen. Students are highly engaged in the subject matter and produce some truly amazing presentations….. It is flexible and covers all the pertinent goals in the rubric. It is easily modified and can be tailored to specific projects and assignments.


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Super Star Science

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.