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Author: Krystal

STEM doesn't need to standalone. Encourage creative exploration and thinking with a combined STEM activity and read-aloud! There are so many great STEM picture books, I was having trouble picking my favorites! Here I've listed a variety of my favorites. The Best STEM Books for Elementary You'll find everything from my all-time favorite STEM book...

The Spider Robots are coming. When it is time to introduce your students to Robotics, the Spider Robot is a great option. It is an inexpensive way to introduce the building blocks of robotics.  I have used this Robot in my STEM classes for over five years. When I first started using it, my goal was...

The STEM applications with drones in modern careers are fascinating.  Farmers monitor crops; environmentalists monitor waterways via drones. Land surveys are now accomplished with the help of drones.  Drones can be a great way to get children interested in both scientific fields and programming. (Yes, there are even drones that your kids can code!)  How to Encourage STEM...

While there are countless apps, computer programs, or coding robots to help your children learn to code, screen-free time is important. And you better believe you can learn basic principles of programming without sitting in front of a screen! These 10 screen-free coding activities help your children or students learn patterns and syntax that are...

The weather may be getting chilly, but that means plenty of time for fun winter science experiments! This is the time for holiday crafts, exploring snowflakes, and so much more! We've rounded up our favorite science and STEM activities for the winter. 1.Salt Crystal Snowflakes by Living Well Mom Learn about crystallization with this easy experiment....