Distance Learning Opportunities

 For the week of April 6-10:                 The Arctic

Welcome to the STEAM Lab. Redwood Preparatory STEAM Lab is a place for students to learn, explore and create.  Students use the design process to study the STEAM concepts of science, technology, engineering, art and math. Most projects are taught in a hands-on, project based learning style.  
Check  out some of the projects
your friends completed last week.

Mystery Box

Check out the new clues for Mrs. Head's Mystery Box.  What animal do you think is inside?  Email me you guesses or post them on the RPC Steam Lab Facebook page.
Week 3 message 
from Mrs. Head


Watch this video on the Arctic.  Can you name 6 things that you learned in the video?  Share with your family the inf
Enjoy watching this live cam of the polar bears at Wapusk National Park?  
Watch this mini lesson on life in the Arctic.
Watch this Mystery Science Mini lesson on "Why do bears hibernate?"
Watch this mini-lesson on hibernation and migration.
Click here to do some Arctic themed yoga.  

Click here to learn how to draw 5 different Arctic animals.  Remember to send me a picture!

How do polar bears keep warm in the freezing temperatures of the Arctic? They have made adaptations.  Try this fun experiment to learn about these adaptations.
Note:  You may also use Crisco instead of lard in the experi
Listen to this read aloud
called Way Up in the Arctic by 
Jennifer Ward.

Hi!  I'm Lori Head.  I am the STEAM teacher at Redwood Prep.  In 2018, we started the STEAM Lab.  I have to admit it is my dream job.  I love helping the kids learn new things and seeing their excitement about their world.  My classroom in often loud, always a bit messy and full of fun and learning.   


Make a cool face using an egg carton in this art project.

Using paint and your finger, create a woven pattern on paper or cardboard.

Click below to see how to create some really cool owl art.

Do some weaving using a paper plate and bits of yarn.

Check out these RPC Makers!


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Check out this cool experiment that makes an egg bounce.
See how the Mystery Science Videos are made.  
Learn about 10 different Arctic animals.



​​Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has.    -Margaret Mead