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Large Structures Elementary STEM Activity Guides (2-Pack)

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The Large Structures Elementary STEM Activity Guides Volume 1 and Volume 2 are available now in both print and free digital download!

The Large Structures Elementary STEM Activity Guides Volumes 1 and 2 are a great combination of structure lessons. These elementary guides have tons of activities for Grades K-2. With these fun activities, students grasp a variety of subjects including geometry, solid figures, plane shapes, attributes, lines, and tons more.

The Large Structures Elementary STEM Activity Guides Volumes 1 and 2 contain teacher and student instructions for math, science, and engineering activities; assessment questions; resource pages; and student pages. These guides contain two guided inquiry lessons and a culminating engineering challenge for students to apply concepts learned through the inquiry lessons.

Equipment and materials needed to complete guide activities include the Large Structures Package, paper, scissors, tape, unit cubes, weights, and standard classroom tools and materials.


Type: Activity Guides and Curriculum/Teacher's Guides Grades: K-2



Learning Values

  • Equilibrium
  • Forces
  • Materials science
  • Construction
  • Design processes
  • Historical perspectives
  • Observations/analysis
  • Structural engineering
  • Technological design
  • Geometric solids
  • Measuring angles
  • Regular polygons


  • Author: Paula Feury / Jessica Malloy and Jill Brockmier
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Pages: 22 / 25
  • Publisher: Pitsco, Inc.
  • Copyright: 2015 / 2016
  • Number of Lessons: 3 / 3
  • Number of Worksheets: 3 / 3

“One student was carrying his structures project home when he met his mom. He explained what he did and what we would be doing all week. Then, he said, ‘Mom, this was so fun. I can’t wait to come back to school tomorrow.’ In all my 15 years of teaching summer school, I’ve never heard that.”

– Mario Dicarlo, Taylor Elementary, Santa Maria, California