This learning path contains the resources and activities referenced in the PDST Primary STEM webinar 'STEM & Play'.
17 resources in this Learning Path
Through playful learning, children can engage in this open-ended project covering a wide
range of curricular subjects and areas as well as skills.
Can you design the best toy ever?View full description
Possible resources to support teacher design of a unit of work.View full description
Exploring Shape & Space, Forces, Problem Solving & Digital Technology through mazes.View full description
A list of websites which might guide teachers in planning a lesson on puppet making.View full description
Domino games to consolidate pupils' understanding of fractions.View full description
Cluiche chun dul siar ar chogadh.View full description
Cluichí DúradánView full description
Children freely select the materials that they wish to use for their sensory hopscotchView full description
This activity uses hopscotch to develop STEM skills.View full description
A list of resources and weblinks referenced in the PDST Primary STEM webinar 'STEM & Play'.View full description
Activity to encourage pupils to develop their observation skills through looking at their toys.View full description
Is é aidhm an chluiche ná 100 a dhéanamh roimh an imreoir/ na himreoirí eileView full description
The aim of the game is to make 100 before your partner.View full description
Is féidir le daltaí an áis seo a usáid chun breathnú ar a mbreagáin agus breathnaithe a dhéanamh.View full description
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