Valentine’s Day just feels too soon after winter break to have another class party; am I right?! STEM Challenges are the perfect alternative! Teachers tell me all the time that they use them this way and their kids love it! So you can still embrace the holiday, but forgo the party! Cupid’s Quiver will keep your students engaged, thinking critically, and working on hands-on problem solving — happily!
Where Can I Find Out More?
As you may already be aware, I’ve found creating video walk-throughs of my STEM challenges is the best way to explain the important details: materials, set-up, tips, modifications, extensions, and more! Check out the video below to learn more about Cupid’s Quiver. However, if you prefer to read, you’ll find the video transcribed at the end of this post.
Are There Other Challenges Like This?
You can find even more STEM challenges in my Mega Bundle, on this blog, andon my YouTube channel!
three bows. Of course before you start, you want to do your basic safety dance. Remind students not to point arrows at each other. Of course on your criteria and constraints, one of the constraints should always be that there will be no sharp edges to their arrows or their darts, because Cupid is a lover not a fighter.
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