STEAM Night

Our STEAM Night 2022 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 2/9-2/15. No late registrations will be accepted. Students will be notified of their schedule on 3/1 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 with their schedule during the week of 3/21. Distance Learning students will be able to pickup their packets in the school office between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. during the week of 3/21.

Pom Pom Launcher

You provide:

  • markers

  • clear tape

  • scissors

School will provide:​

  • Toilet paper roll with balloon attached

  • white wrapping paper

  • balloon

  • 5 pom poms

  • paper plate

Create your own launcher and see if you can launch a pom pom onto your plate target.  What other items could you launch?

Static Levitation

You provide:

  • Towel

  • Scissors

  • Sharpies

School will provide:​

  • Balloon

  • produce bag

  • paper

  • ribbon

Make an object appear to float using static electricity.  Which material works the best with static electricity?

Paper Bridges

You provide:

  • Books

  • Paper

  • Pennies

Can folding paper in different ways make a bridge stronger? Design and create a bridge that will support the most number of pennies before collapsing.

Elephant Toothpaste

You provide:

  • Food coloring

  • paper plate

  • hydrogen peroxide (beware: the higher percentage creates more mess)

  • liquid dish soap

  • empty plastic water bottle (label removed)

School will provide:​

  • Yeast

Are you ready to foam party? Create your own rainbow explosion using yeast and water as catalysts!

Save Mr. Uyeda! - Parachute toy activity

You provide:

  • Coloring materials (markers, crayons, and/or colored pencils)

School provides:

  • Coffee filter

  • Popsicle stick

  • pipe cleaners

Help! Can you help Mr. Uyeda to land safely? Create your own toy parachute!

Stuck!

You provide:

  • Any type of tape and/or glue

  • scissors

School will provide:​

  • 5 skinny popsicle sticks

  • 1 ft string

  • 2 paper clips

  • 2 rubber bands

  • 2 index cards

  • 1 straw

Help Floyd get his kite down from the tree!  Build something to solve Floyd’s problem.

Air Cannon Blaster

You provide:

  • Tape

  • scissors

  • glue

  • other objects of your choice

School provides​

  • Plastic cup, balloon

  • large confetti

  • feathers

Make an Air Cannon Blaster and use it to safely blow out candles on your birthday cake, move small things around, and play fun games with your family.

Kaleidoscope

You provide:

  • Tape

  • Toilet paper roll

  • materials for decorating (pens, markers, or stickers)

School provides:

  • cut mylar or mirror sheets

  • white cardstock

  • bendy straw

Make your very own kaleidoscope and explore the reflections created by your design!