STEM Sports® - Multi-Sport Program Kit (Grades K-2) (CURRICULUM ONLY)
- Recommended Grades: K-2
- Number of Students: 1 to 20
- Number of Lessons: 8 Modules
- Standards: Aligned with Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), and/or Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and/or National Standards for K-12 Physical Education
- Curriculum Sample
**PLEASE NOTE: This version of the STEM Sports® - Multi-Sport Program Kit (Grades K-2) ONLY CONTAINS THE CURRICULUM MANUAL. For the full version of this kit please click here.**
The STEM Multi-Sport K-2 is a fun, new, and novel way to introduce motor skills, spatial awareness, and movement patterns to students in K-2. When applicable, STEM Sports® has aligned the lessons to NGSS, CCSS, and the National Standards for K-12 Physical Education making this curriculum great to use in the classroom. The modules breakdown the science aspects of basketball, football, golf, and soccer and provide varying levels of physical activity for the youth involved. They will think they are playing while learning about:
- The behavior of a soccer ball by determining which soccer drills increase and decrease the speed of the ball.
- Basketball shoes and the students will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP) by designing their very own shoes.
- Playing catch and finding the ideal distance between players using the Scientific Method.
- How the force of their golf swing relates to accuracy and precision using PGA-licensed ShortGolf® clubs.
Hands-on learning through play is a big part of how all STEM Sports® curricula activities and lessons are applied, and none more than with the STEM Multi-Sport K-2 kits, designed specifically for kindergartners, first and second-grade students
Playing Footsie: Forces in Soccer
Penalty Shootout: Kicks and Probability
Properties: Pee-Wee Football vs. Foam Football
Catch Me If You Can
Design A Shoe
Finding the Sweet Spot: Force of a Golf Swing
Engineer a Hole-In-One
Frequently Asked Questions:
HOW MANY STUDENTS DOES EACH KIT SERVE?
All STEM Sports® curriculum kits are designed for repeated use and can serve hundreds of students. Within each classroom, after-school program or camp setting, implementation for one student up to 30+ is possible per module. Or, two modules can be implemented simultaneously. There are lots of variables to consider and our curricula is well designed for expandability and scalability.
HOW LONG DOES EACH KIT LAST?
All of the supplies in the kit are non-perishable and are designed to last for several years. Some supplied items, such as 500 rubber bands and/or 1,000 craft sticks may have to be replaced over time.
WHAT FORMAT IS THE CURRICULUM MOST EFFECTIVE IN?
Because all STEM Sports® programs are aligned with all or either of the following standards: Next Generation Science Standards, Common Core State Standards and National Standards for K-12 Physical Education, our supplemental curriculum is a perfect fit for public, private or charter schools classrooms. Then and because of the curricula’s standardization, the modules are a great fit for after-school programs as well as camp settings.
WHO CAN TEACH OR ADMINISTER THE CURRICULUM?
The 5E lesson plans make teaching modules easier and students will be more willing to learn. Why? Because the way our STEM Sports® activities are set up, the sequence of lesson is well established, concepts and objectives are thoroughly scoped and the majority of students love sports and will view the learning as play. Then, students will develop 21st-century skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, creative problem-solving, and leadership. So back to who is best to teach or administer STEM Sports® curricula? Everyone from science and STEM teachers, to PE teachers, sports coaches, volunteers and even the students the curricula is designed for. The 21st century skills we engrain with students are the same skills that they can utilize to help their fellow students.
HOW LONG DOES SHIPPING TAKE?
Once a Purchase Order or Payment is received, kits will arrive in five (5) business days.
‘*Important: Returns are not accepted on Curriculum.’