STEM Activity Book Science Technology Engineering Math
This resource will help young students to create unique projects that can actually be operated, and in the process, to also learn how to incorporate laws of physics. Each of these projects require a handful of different household or easy-to-find items, making these relatively low-cost (or even cost-free) experiments. Each project features a labeled picture of items required, a step-by-step instruction guide with illustrations, a difficulty level, approximate build time, project variation ideas, and a scientific explanation of how physics effect the item’s operation. Features 25 different projects, divided into type categories. Categories are as follows: Forces and Motion, Liquids and Reactions, Shapes and Structures, and Light and Sounds. A glossary in the back defines select scientific terms. Adult supervision may be required for some projects as they may involve use of sharp objects or other materials that should be used with caution. 159 pgs, hc. ~ Brianna
“STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Whether it’s through mazes, puzzles, quizzes, or other fun activities, this book introduces children to the world around them and will encourage them to embrace a love of these important subjects.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, once overlooked, are now seen by parents and teachers critical subjects in education. For most twenty-first century careers some knowledge of one or more of these topics is helpful or even necessary.
The aim of this book is to pique the interest of children in these areas of study, stress the importance of these subjects, and help encourage children who are interested to continue within these fields as they grow and learn.
Give your kids a boost up in life. Give them a love of STEM!
This series is full of information for the young scientist. Each book focuses on a different science category. The colorful pages with cute illustrations give interesting facts pertaining to the subject and actually explain scientific concepts in a way that young children will understand. There are even a few paper and pencil activities throughout each book. This series would be a great on-the-go resource. Answers for activities are included in the back.