Preschool STEM

Mrs. Dougherty’s Class participated in STEM lessons all this week as they learned all about apples. One STEM activity was when they each created their own apple tree.  The students used paper towels tubes, popsicle sticks, and pom poms to build a sturdy tree to hold as many apples as possible!

A science lesson was also made fun as the kids experimented with Apple volcanoes.  It was messy and fun as they watched the chemical reaction between baking soda and vinegar.

The final STEM activity was when the preschoolers  created their own boats made of apples.  They each predicted if they thought their boat would float or sink and designed the sail.  Straws were used to make wind and move the boats.  The goal was to keep the boats afloat and not let the passengers (Lego People) fall off.


About Carol Dougherty 30 Articles
In 2008 I started my journey here at St. Linus and have been loving every minute of it. I have spent my time teaching early childhood, specifically preschool the last few years. My love of reading is what led me to get my Master's Degree in Reading and Reading Specialist certificate. I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling, and baking.
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