Duct Tape Arts & Crafts – #PCA16 Day 3

Duct Tape

Today is DAY 3 of a special Podcast Awards edition of The Wired Homeschool. Over the next 15 days I’ll be sharing 15 ideas for including STEM and STEAM learning in your homeschooling.

Let’s get started!

Duct Tape Crafts

People use duct tape for all kinds of things from repairing a car’s bodywork to constructing prom gowns. Your kids could get creative and do a little STEAM-learning along the way. Here are some resources to get you started:

STEM or STEAM Categories Included

Engineering and Mathematics are the most obvious STEM categories that are covered and the costume is only limited by your child’s imagination and Artistic tastes.

How to Vote

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