If They Build It, They Will Learn: Win a Book, a Song, and More for Budding Scientists

Sing a song of science! This book and CD set from Cantata Learning teaches students the steps engineers follow to solve problems. You could win my copy!

To enter our random drawing, submit a comment to this blog to let us know how you’d use this set. Send it by 11:59 pm EDT on September 26, 2017. Then watch your email to see if you’re one of our lucky winners!

 

Here’s something to build: milk carton creations! Repurpose empty juice and milk cartons into sports-themed creations. Prizes range from $1,000 to $5,000. Click here to start creating.

 

 

Look to the skies with the weekly Science WOW! newsletter from NASA. You’ll find free activities, games, apps, webinars, contests, workshops, and more. Subscribe at nasa.gov/education/sciencewow.

 

 

Build a better world—and better readers—with free activities from Heifer International. Read to Feed has students building skills and raising funds for families in need. Learn more at heifer.org/readtofeed.

 

Here’s to building lots of engaging lessons with these resources,

Karen

PS: The latest Learning Magazine sweepstakes are ready for you. Click here. You’ll find more than $2,000 in prizes for teachers.


9 thoughts on “If They Build It, They Will Learn: Win a Book, a Song, and More for Budding Scientists

  1. I’m looking for a way to spruce up my Science Curriculum by adding a lot of fun to it! This sounds like a perfect start. We are about to begin a unit on how Engineers solve problems. My kids love learning songs!

  2. I am continually looking for engineering problems for children of all ages. There is so much out there for K-8 graders but now am in the market to get high schoolers in the path towards STEM so when they plan to further their education they will choose STEM as their path. Please send me inexpensive information. Thank you

  3. We are fostering growth mindset in our district. I love the idea that students will learn processes too attack and solve problems. Once learned, those methods will hopefully be employed by kids in other areas as well.

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