/ Weekly Challenges
Try these weekly challenges in your classrooms
Weekly Challenge #29: Makedo Rubber Duck Bridge
Weekly Challenge #28: Create a paper monster!
Weekly Challenge #27: Engineer a solution to protect our Earth!
Weekly Challenge #26: Build an Electromagnet!
Weekly Challenge #25: Toys from Trash
Weekly Challenge #24: Stomp Rocket
Weekly Challenge #23: LEGO Electric Guitar
Weekly Challenge #22: Solve a problem at your school!
Weekly Challenge #21: Novel Engineering
Weekly Challenge #20: Chinese Zodiac Race
Weekly Challenge #19: Rubber Band Electric Guitar
Weekly Challenge #18: Conductive Paint Operation
Weekly Challenge #17: Robotic Paper Plane Launcher
Weekly Challenge #16: Reader's Theatre
Weekly Challenge #15: Make snowflakes using CAD!
Weekly Challenge #14: Physical Data
Weekly Challenge #13: Read a STEAM themed book!
Weekly Challenge #12: Create a new LEGO piece!
Weekly Challenge #11: Humanoid Robotic Hand
Weekly Challenge #10: Useless Product Designs
Weekly Challenge #9: Long Winter's Nap
Weekly Challenge #8: Create a Mobile Application
Weekly Challenge #7: Create a Smart Pumpkin
Weekly Challenge #6: Build a Candy Catapult
Weekly Challenge #5: Frog Jumping Contest
Weekly Challenge #4: Foot Bridge
Weekly Challenge #3: Create using MicroPython!
Weekly Challenge #2: Marshmallow Challenge
Weekly Challenge #1: Balloon-Powered Car
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