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Team Contests

Here are sites that have students working together in small teams to do some pretty amazing things.

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50 Competitions

KudosWall has a list of 50 different student competitions, broken out by areas like Art & Music, Physical Activity, STEM, Volunteering, and Writing.

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STEM Student Competitions

SolidWorks, a 3D software company, maintains a list of competitions with a focus on robots and STEM activities.

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NASA Student Competitions

NASA sponsors a ever changing set of student competitions. Check out this resource for the latest list.

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Exploravision

Toshiba/NSTA Exploravision contests challenges teams of students to design future technologies. Examples have been: a satellite-based early warning earthquake detection system, a body suit that monitors vital signs and delivers medication.

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Doodle4Google

Every year, Google has a competition open to students grades K-12 to submit artwork for the Google home page. Winners (broken out by grade level) will have their artwork appear on the Google home page.

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Odyssey of the Mind

The Odyssey of the Mind teaches students to learn creative problem-solving methods while having fun in the process. Students develop team-building skills by working in groups of as many as seven students per team.

Have your students submit their work to the various competitions, or use these resources as a springboard to create your own classroom or school wide competitions.

Other Areas To Check Out...

 •  Off Planet Field Trips
 •  NASA Resources
 •  STEM Primer
 •  G Suite for Education
 •  Images of Space
 •  Build A Rocket

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