STEM and Technology
Mrs. Estlow and Mrs. Baldwin the Brigantine Elementary STEM teachers are providing a differentiated learning experience in the form of a Bingo style choice board for our K-5 students to utilize during home instruction. Our goal is to provide a wide array of science, technology, engineering and math activities at different levels of difficulty for our students. This approach will allow all students, regardless of their learning style to succeed and have fun while reviewing and ultimately mastering important STEM concepts. We believe this method of instruction will increase student ownership of their learning while providing a fun learning experience. If you have any questions or would like to share your students' work that they are proud of, please contact us.
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Mrs. Baldwin firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Estlow email@example.com
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Celebrating Cinco de Mayo with a coding project.
First Grade learned about Ada Lovelace for International Women's Day
Remote Learning students explored the Statue of Liberty through videos, virtual tours, webcams, and science.
First Grade working on their Shamrock Collages in Google Slides
First Grade coding their "Cupid Code Maps"
First Grade working on building their own laptops for the "Parts of the Computer" lesson
Second Grade working on sending their Secret Codes via Airmail
First Grade learning Keyboard Basics
We used Binary Code to sign our holiday gift tags.
We are getting ready for Week of Code by doing unplugged Thanksgiving Day code activities.
Kindergarten did a great job building their own laptops.
"Bonapart Falls Apart" by Margery Cuyler
Learning about symmetry while having some Halloween fun.
Fall Coding Fun! Second Grade learns the basics of coding.
Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs. Estlow invite you to explore Access Mars from Google.
The Week of May 4th is Be Kind to Animals Week
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BrainPOP work for 4th and 5th Grade:
4th and 5th Grade STEM and Technology students have their own BrainPOP.com password. We will be posting different lessons throughout the closure for students to complete. This is not required work, just an extra opportunity for your students to learn about something new. Please e-mail Mrs. Estlow if you have problems logging in with your username and/or password.