CSI Invent 3 Kit

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CSI Invent 3 Kit

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KSCRI-5405-KIT CSI Invent 3 Kit


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Encourage students to conduct their own research and explore their scientific genius as you lead them through the engineering process. The CSI Invent3 Kit guides students through three stages: exploration, investigation, and experimentation while addressing middle school national science, mathematics, and STEM standards. First, students write a report on inventors or inventions and come to realize that even they can become an inventor or engineer. Next, students design and build one of the six prototype mini-inventions, (ex. paper airplane, balloon car, egg drop, tinfoil boat) included in the kit. After testing their inventions, students employ standard engineering processes to make improvements. Finally, students create unique inventions, do a project cost analysis, and design marketing materials for their products. Activities culminate in a Science Fair-like Invention Convention exhibit, in which students present their own inventions. Includes materials for 40 students, teacher’s manual, student worksheets, and answer keys. May be completed in 12 class periods or extended to a year long project. Classroom kit for 40 students.


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