STEM and seasons match perfectly with fun challenges that involve candy hearts and more! If you are looking to keep the kids busy and give them something to work on during the led up to St Patrick’s Day, these printable St Patrick’s Day STEM challenge activity cards are the way to go! Get the kids away from the screens and encourage them to invent, design, and engineer their own worlds. STEM activities are perfect all year round!
PRINTABLE ST PATRICK’S DAY CARDS FOR KIDS STEM!
Use special occasion holidays like St Patrick’s Day as a way to try out STEM projects with your kids at home or in the classroom. I made these printable St Patrick’s Day Cards to go along with our 17 Days of St Patrick’s Day SCIENCE Activities. All you need to do is print, cut, and enjoy!
Many of our printable STEM challenge cards are open for interpretation, imagination, and creativity. That’s a big part of what STEM is all about! Ask a question, come up with solutions, design and test and retest!
Fun St Patrick’s Day STEM Challenges!
Explore the changing seasons with STEM. These FREE St. Patrick’s Day activities are perfect for engaging kids in science, technology, engineering, and math as they complete fun and engaging challenges!
You need easy ideas for the kids right?
I want these printable St. Patrick’s Day STEM activities to be a simple way to have fun with your kids. They can be used in the classroom as easily as they can be used at home. Print, cut, and laminate to use over and over again.
Looking for easy to print activities, and inexpensive problem-based challenges?
We have you covered…
What Are St. Patrick’s Day STEM Cards?
STEM challenges are usually open-ended suggestions to solve a problem or challenge that are meant to get your kids thinking about and using the design process.
What’s the design process? I’m glad you asked! In many ways, it’s a series of steps an engineer, inventor, or scientist would go through when trying to solve a problem. Check out the graphic below.
What Supplies Do You Need?
Mostly, you have the opportunity to use what you already have and let your kids get creative with simple materials.
My pro-tip is to grab a large, clean, and clear plastic tote or bin. Every time you come across a cool item you would normally toss into recycling, toss it in the bin instead. This goes the same for packaging materials and items you may otherwise throw away.
Standard STEM materials to save include:
- paper towel tubes
- toilet roll tubes
- plastic bottles
- tin cans (clean, smooth edges)
- old CDs
- cereal boxes, oatmeal containers
- bubble wrap
- packing peanuts
Also make sure to have:
- glue and tape
- markers and pencils
- rulers and measuring tape
- recycled goods bin
- non-recycled goods bin
Try a St Patrick’s Day STEM challenge today!
Click below to get your quick and easy ST Patrick’s Day STEM challenges.
A variety of new activities, which are engaging and not too long!