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STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) learning is a big part of a modern education, but did you know that if children play with STEM-themed toys, they are more likely to be interested in learning STEM in the classroom? These must-have STEM toys are well-loved in our homes and classrooms and help show children that STEM education does not have to be boring or difficult.
Sometimes the simplest activities are the biggest hits with kids. That’s certainly true for these easy DIY magnetic craft sticks. They are a motivating way to work on shapes, patterns, alphabet letters… there are so many possibilities. They’re great to use as a math center or STEM box in preschool or kindergarten! This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready To prep, I grabbed a
LEGOs have stood the test of time. Even with competing video and computer games, most kids still love building with bricks. These fun LEGO STEM activities give children hands-on practice with science, technology, engineering, and math – skills they’ll rely on for years to come. Kids will have a blast with these LEGO STEM activities! They’re perfect for pre-kindergarten through elementary school. Use these LEGO activity ideas to inspire
These telling time STEM cards give kids hands-on practice with digital, analog AND elapsed time. The set saves you so much prep hunting down “just right” activities for a telling time unit. Grab your pack in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers! Getting Ready Prepping the activity was quick and easy. I printed the cards on cardstock, laminated them and cut along the grey lines to separate the pieces.
Ready for an arrrr-some addition activity?! These color by code sheets make playful math centers, addition practice and early finisher activities. Pirates of all ages will love adding from 1 to 12 as they crack the secret code. Getting Ready The prep for these color by code sheets was as quick as it comes. I grabbed a box of crayons and printed off the color by code sheets
If your first graders constantly ask how and why things work, then they are ready for STEM (science, technology, engineering and math)! These fun, hands-on STEM activities are just right for first grade. They’re the perfect compliment to our jam-packed STEM Challenge Bundle. First grade is a wonderful time to introduce STEM topics on a deeper level, beyond just simple experiment demonstrations, because students are ready
Hands-on math is always a hit with kids! These STEM challenge cards make it so easy to create a motivating measurement activity. Students will love discovering whether one pile of objects is heavier than another. Grab your free set below and then hop over to snag our complete weight STEM challenge pack in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers. This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting
Kindergarten kids will love these brilliant and simple STEM activities! These Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math activities provide hands-on, educational activities covering STEM topics perfect for kids from 5 to 7. They’re the perfect compliment to our best selling Endless STEM Challenge Bundle! Kindergarten STEM Activities Kindergarten is a wonderful time of exploration and activity. Kindergarten kids are still interested in learning everything there is to
STEM includes the subjects of science, technology, engineering, and math – subjects that are fun for kids of all ages. These STEM ideas are simple enough for preschoolers to try and offer tons of fun for pre-kinders. Try the activities one at a time with preschoolers at home or add the projects to your preschool STEM or science center. They’re the perfect compliment to our best