Lewis and Clark Elementary students built their science, technology, engineering, and math skills by participating in activities at ten different STEM learning stations inspired by Tulsa landmarks including Route 66, the Admiral Twin Drive-in, and Tulsa Parks for STEM in the 918 Day!
Students made shadow puppets, assembled spaceships, built water cities, put together circuits, and more! Fifth grade students even researched the information featured on the signs at each station.
The event was made possible through a grant from the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance that teachers Amanda Teague, Sommer Lyons, and Emily Merkle applied for and got fully funded. The grant will also pay for professional development for teachers over the summer and a community STEM event in the fall.
Click through the slideshow below to see photos from STEM in the 918 Day!