Celebrate April with STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math awareness month with new math decorations activities!
We all know that the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (known as STEM) will continue to grow for decades. But, as with almost any subject matter or activity, the earlier we are properly introduced to it, the better we learn. STEM is no different. Currently, the majority of schools systems start STEM programs at middle and high school levels. However, beginning at the elementary age level will help enhance students’ focus in those fields. So let’s look at some of the best STEM-related activities and decorations we can find.
Our latest STEM teacher supplies
1. Subtraction Poem Chart
This subtraction chart teaches entertainingly and straightforwardly; a delightful way to get children to remember borrowing when learning subtraction.
2. STEM pool noodle marble runs!
A critical thinking activity for K-2 students, marble run races with some pool noodles!
3. Paper Airplane STEM lab!
STEM makes airplanes a blast! Different paper airplane designs help teach about drag, gravity, dihedral angle, force, and thrust.
4. This creative toy makes a great addition to any playroom and classroom!
5. Marshmallow bridge STEM challenge!
Use multiple sizes of marshmallows and design marshmallow bridges with wood or toothpicks.
6. Board for space week! Space strong!
Planets, rockets, and space travel! Math and science permanently fuse for space week.
7. Change your mindset bulletin board!
8. STEM Classroom Door!
Step right into STEM education.
9. Math Awareness Month Board!
Math may not teach me to how to add love or subtract hate… every problem has a solution!
10. The “periodic” elements of math!
Just a fun way to decorate your math classroom with this great periodic table-styled board with only math words and symbols.
11. Coordinate plane math bulletin board!
This board is a great and memorable way to teach the coordinate plane quadrants.