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In this activity, learners participate in a scavenger hunt, searching for and recognizing minerals and products that contain minerals.
In this activity, learners explore how musical instruments are engineered.
In this lesson, learners develop a robot arm using common materials. Learners explore design, construction, and teamwork, as well as materials selection and use.
In this activity, learners work individually to assemble a product and then work in teams to design, construct, test, and redesign an assembly line process whose product must meet specific quality con
In this activity, learners explore engineering package designs that meet the needs of safely shipping a product.
Learners make their own paper. They start by shredding old newspaper, clean toilet paper, and clean paper towels.
In this activity, learners explore how engineers have developed sorting systems which integrate into manufacturing and packaging processes. Learners explore how coins are made.
In this activity, learners explore sports engineering and advanced materials development.
In this activity, learners explore how engineers work in a team to solve problems.
In this activity, learners explore how engineers use scales and measures when designing a manufacturing process to ensure that final products are uniform in weight or count.
Learners work in groups to build model cars from paper parts. First, each learner builds cars individually and the group times themselves.
In this activity, learners explore the engineering and principles behind working elevators.
Learners look at labels on items in the room to determine where each item was manufactured, then write about the item on an index card.
In this activity, learners explore the engineering behind the conveyor belt and consider the impact this invention has had on transportation and the coordinated shipping and delivery of goods.
In this activity, learners explore the potential of interchangeable standard parts to create a large number of unique creations in different combinations.
Learners shred used paper, add water, and blend it into pulp. They then strain and roll the pulp out to make new paper.