From Around the Region: Solvay Kindergarten Students Combine STEM and the Gingerbread Man
How did the Gingerbread Man cross the river? Students from Solvay Elementary School worked together using their science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and social skills to create an alternative plan for the Gingerbread Man to cross the river without falling in.|
Kindergarten students from SES participated in a STEM program as a part of the 21st Century Learning Grant Award. For one of their projects, they read a book that focused on the Gingerbread Man crossing the river on the back of a fox. In putting their STEM skills to work, students were able to come up with some very creative and successful alternatives for the Gingerbread Man. Great job, students!
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