The Marshmallow Challenge Build a structure out of spaghetti noodles and tape that can hold the weight of a marshmallow on top!
The Paper Chain Challenge Make the longest paper chain using only 1 piece of construction paper and glue! The fifth grade made the longest chain - 12 feet long!
Highest Structure Challenge Build a structure out of tooth picks and mini marshmallows that can withstand a natural disaster!
Index Card Challenge Create a free standing structure made from index cards and tape that can hold the weight of a beanie baby!
Animal Habitat Challenge What happens to animals when the weather gets really hot? Really cold? Windy? Rainy? They need a shelter either found in nature, something they can build or built by a human. Our little engineers built animal homes and created shelters.
Air and Bubbles The preschool and kindergarten students learned about air all around us and how bubbles need air to form and to float.
Farm Animal Habitats The preschool engineers have been learning all about farming and they made farm animal habitats! They had to remember to provide a safe and secure shelter, food, and water.
Sink or Float? The Kindergarten and First Grade Engineers experimented with apples and water to see if an apple will sink or float.
Fall Leaves The preschool - 3rd grade students collected and examined leaves. They compared color variations, size, and shape and created a graph.