STEAM Night

Our STEAM Night 2021 will be fully virtual this year with lots of fun activities that you can do in the comfort of your own home, and with supplies that you will likely already have around the house. Please take a look at each activity and think about which ones interest you.

REGISTRATION

Registration links will be shared with parents and students via Google Classroom and by email. Students must be signed in to their Maʻemaʻe Google Account to be able to register. Registration will be open from 2/17 to 2/24. No late registrations will be accepted. Students will be notified of their schedule during the week of 3/22 in class and via Google Classroom. Distance Learning students will only receive notices in Google Classroom.

ACTIVITIES AND SUPPLIES

Almost all of the activities can be done with things that you likely already have at home. For the few activities that do require some special supplies, those will be sent home with students during the week of 3/22. Distance Learning students will be able to do a drive-thru pick-up of those packets on 3/19. Please check email for announcements about the packet pick-.

Virtual STEAM Night Intro Video

Climbing Rainbow

You provide:

  • Paper towels

  • Markers

  • Container of water

  • String

  • Clothespin

Cut a rainbow arch shape out of a paper towel.  Color a rainbow on one edge of your paper towel. Hang your rainbow so just the edge of the paper towel is sitting in water and watch your rainbow climb! 

Whirlybird

You provide:

  • Markers

  • Crayons

School will provide:​

  • Template

  • 2 small paperclips

  • 2 large

Make a paper helicopter called a “Whirlybird” that does not use a motor like a real helicopter. The paper blades lift the air around causing the Whirlybird to spin.

Straw Rocket Science

You provide:

  • Coloring tools

  • Scissors

  • Tape

School will provide:​

  • Small straw

  • Large straw

  • Rocket template

Easy and fun way to make straw rockets using a few materials.  This project explores variables involving engineering and physics.

Universe in a Bottle

You provide:

  • 2 clear empty water bottles

  • Water

  • Cooking oil

  • Fun embellishments

  • Funnel

School will provide:​

  • Glitter

  • Food Coloring

Come join us to learn how to create a universe in a bottle. We will teach you to create the sky. You bring your creativity and embellish your world with any treasures of your liking: stars, animals, legos... Anything that will brighten your world!

Building Marshmallow and Toothpick Structures

You provide:

  • Mini marshmallows

  • Toothpicks

Design a structure out of marshmallows and toothpicks that would support the weight of a book, or build the tallest free-standing structure

Tie Dye Creations

You provide:

  • Washable markers

  • Cup of water OR spray bottle filled with water

  • Optional: glitter or sequins for decorating

School will provide:​

  • Coffee filters

  • Pipe cleaners

  • Worksheet

Create your own tie dye creations at home using a coffee filter.

Static Electricity Butterflies

You provide:

  • Square piece of cardboard (5-8" sides)

  • 1 piece tissue paper

  • 1 piece cardstock paper

  • scissors

  • pencil

  • 1 medium rubber balloon

  • glue or scotch tape

Craft a tissue paper butterfly. Then make its wings flap using a core principle of Chemistry.

"The Wonderful World of Drones"

No supplies needed

A video sharing followed by live Q & A about drones and how they fly and their many applications and uses.

Light it Up Like Dynamite

You provide:

  • A positive attitude

  • Room to dance

Session 1: Have fun and learn some simple choreography to Dynamite by BTS taught by guest teacher Miss Taylor Domion of the Movement Center.  No dance experience required.  Cameras required to be on. This is a live session.

Session 2:  Have some fun dancing to Dynamite by BTS.  This session will go over more advanced dance steps that can be found in their music video. Cameras required to be on. This is a live session.