How to Make a Catapult for Kids - this fun STEM Activity will keep them busy for hours!

Catapult for Kids STEM Project

How to Make a Catapult for Kids - this fun STEM Activity will keep them busy for hours! Four to six Popsicle sticks, three or more rubbed bands, glue (or glue gun), small cap, cotton balls or other small items (buttons?) for catapulting.

exploring patterns - a math and art lesson plans - gorgeous star craft too!

Beautiful math stars - STEAM lesson plans

Seven Stars of Matariki - YouTube Link, Toni Rolleston-Cummins reading 'The Seven Stars of Matariki.'

Reading of the Seven Stars of Matariki, by the author, Toni Rolleston-Cummins. This video was made by Wellington City Libraries, in association with Huia Pub.

Matariki paper window stars

How The Sun Rose: Waldorf Paper Window Star Tutorial & Giveaway You can use tissue paper, but in my experience, kite paper is best. Here is a simple window star tutorial:

lemon star cookies for matariki

Summer lemon star cookies and a winner

Summer lemon star cookies very crunchy, crispy and light. These cookies are full of lemon flavor with rich buttery bite.

Matariki Celebrations 2012

This year our school will host our annual Matariki celebrations at the end of term Nau mai, haere mai.

Matariki Myth: Tamarereti.mov

Lesson description: Reading of the Seven Stars of Matariki, by the author, Toni Rolleston-Cummins. This video was made by Wellington City Libraries, in association with Huia Pub.

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this!!!!! Let the children PLAY!!!!!!!

“"Play is the highest form of research"--Albert Einstein. Praise Debord, & pass the manumission!

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