Chris Woods (@DailyStem) tweets STEM challenges each day. Even if you are not a Twitter advocate you can go to his website and download his weekly STEM newsletters for free. There is an archive of at least 30 newsletters on this page. Each one-pager has a puzzle, a mystery photo, and other short STEM articles that often have links to learn more about the topics. The articles are perfectly bite-sized previews about different ways that we see STEM all around us, and are often timely (such as this one that shares how candy can be looked at through a STEM perspective – right in time for Valentine’s Day). They would be great to post in your classroom, send home to families, or to comb through for awesome lesson ideas.
While you are visiting the Daily Stem website, go to the Resources Page for STEM movies along with project suggestions for each movie, as well as the Podcast Page for dozens of interviews with educators and other STEM experts.