Wibbly-Wobbly, Time-Wimey STEAM-Learning – #PCA16 Day 4

TARDIS STEM

Today is DAY 4 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!

Build a TARDIS

If you have a Whovian in the house, what could be more exciting than having your own TARDIS? Here are some small and large projects you might want to consider building with your Whovian:

STEM or STEAM Categories

Engineering, Mathematics, and Art are heavily featured in a project like this. Whether your building your TARDIS out of a milk carton or a refrigerator box you’ll have a great time applying these principles.

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  • Gwyn Ridenhour

    Thanks so much for sharing our TARDIS project (the refrigerator box project)! If it’s not too much trouble, I would love it if you change your hyperlink to our new website. It’s the same article there, but that site is the one we use now. Many thanks! And I’m happy to discover your podcast too. A winner of a day. 🙂 http://steampoweredclassroom.com/hands-on-math-and-engineering-doctor-who-style-a-case-study-in-project-based-learning/

    -Gwyn (STEAM-Powered Classroom)

    • Thanks for commenting! I’ve updated the link to your site. I hope you enjoy the mini episodes I’m releasing. I intended to take a hiatus but made the finals for the Podcast Awards this year which means 15 days of promotion! Ah!

      • Gwyn Ridenhour

        Good luck and thank you! And yes, the episodes are great! 🙂

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