Blue STEAM, LLC is dedicated to helping educators bring their lessons to life by creating ways to capture the interest of students of all ages. The world is a diverse and integrated environment. We believe education should be the same and are dedicated to creating lessons incorporating several content areas in a seamless manner. The focus of our curriculum is in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math (STEAM) areas.
The following lessons and resources are provided to help you meet your individual/content area needs. We hope you find them useful and exciting to use, both for you and your students:
A Whale’s Tale STEAM Lesson Plans (geared for elementary students and include a variety of Common Core, Next Generation National Standards for Science and Visual Arts, North Carolina Essential Standards, and Florida Next Generation Sunshine State Standards that can be modified to meet content area/grade level requirements):
- A Whale’s Tale STEAM Lesson Plans – Outline
- Who Lives in Antarctica? – Visual Arts focus with students drawing, painting and creating wildlife from Antarctica. Science focus is habitat and experimentation with media.
- What is Buoyancy? – Science inquiry focus uses math skills in an inquiry lesson with an experiment component.
- When Should I Care for the Earth? – Science focuses deal with habitat protection, environmental issues and careers. Visual Arts as a communication tool.
- Where in the World is Antarctica? – Technology focus through the manipulation of computer application programs. Geography concepts and Visual Arts focus on graphics and layout.
- Why is This Whale Talking? – Mathematical focus using tools to measure and create scaled whales. Language Arts examines point of view and sequencing.
- How Can I build that? – Engineering and Science focus, making a simple accelerometer.
Additonal ideas for lessons (K-12) – Tagging humpbacks in the Antarctic (Common Core and Next Generation Florida Sunshine State Standards included)
Common Board Examples (K-12) Examples of Common Board Lessons created by students in Classroom Management Classes at Lake-Sumter State College (FL) taught by Dr. Gail Tyson. (Includes Essential Questions, Objectives, CCSS & NGSSS)
For questions contact BlueSTEAM.firstname.lastname@example.org