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Best Picture Books for Teaching STEM: Iggy Peck, Architect

$2.95

What better way to teach STEM skills than through literacy?  This product is part of the series Best Picture Books for Teaching STEM, with each featured picture book being complemented with an engineering design challenge. (12 pgs total)

Product Description

Grade Levels: K-6

Total Pages: 12 pages

File Type:  PDF Document File (Verify that you have an application that will open PDF files before downloading and/or purchasing.)

Product Description:  Iggy is a talented builder who loves to construct structures out of anything.  Ms. Greer, his teacher, thinks he should be more focused on class until one fateful day when the class takes a field trip.  In this design challenge, students work with their team to build a suspension bridge that will rescue their classmates!

Using the Design Challenge flip-book (included), students work through the Engineering Design Process to success!

Included in this Product:

  • Engineering Challenge Design Brief
  • Alignment to NGSS Engineering Design Standards
  • Challenge Criteria/Constraints
  • Procedure/ Set-Up Tips
  • Debrief Questions
  • Design Challenge Flip-Book based on the Engineering Design Process
This design challenge complements the picture book Iggy Peck, Architect by Andrea Beaty, which can be purchased separately.

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