Remember when I gave you a list of 40 household items you can use to create spectacular, eye-popping STEAM and STEM projects right now?
Well, now I’m back with 52 STEAM projects for you and your kids to make with those items.
That’s the equivalent of one project per week for one whole year.
Think what geniuses your kids will be in one year’s time! (Okay, I’m sure that your kids, just like mine are already geniuses, so think of how much extra genius they will be.) And all without Minecraft.
Okay, I bet you are wondering about this brilliant book.
STEAM KIDS: 50+ science/technology/engineering/art/math/hands-on projects for kids.
STEAM Kids takes all the best STEAM projects and presents them in one easy-to-use format that will delight your kids and won’t leave you pulling your hair out. – Brenda, Schooling A Monkey
I collaborated with some super talented women, including an MIT engineer, award winning educators, graphic designers, and homeschooling experts to create this resource. It’s good for teachers, homeschoolers and regular-old parents like you and me. If a little ol’ theater nerd me can co-author a book about science and math geeky stuff, you can certainly do all these projects no matter what your educational background. (P.S. I helped write the book, so obviously I am an affiliate.)
This book will turn you into Ms. Frizzle, but with more conservative fashion sense. —Julie
I’m going to give you a sneak peek inside the book down below, but first the nitty gritty details:
The price of the ebook is $14.99 Ebook is through PayPal only – if you do not have a PayPal account, you can still purchase the book with a credit/debit card. The print book is slightly higher, for the current print book price, please visit Amazon.
Okay, on to the goodies inside the book. If you’ve been following me for a while, you know my style. I like things simple. I like things fun. I like things that inspire my kids to create and explore with me, and on their own.
Our team worked hard to bring together 52 hands-on STEAM projects for kids ages 4-10. Some of the features include:
- Bright, gorgeous photos to accompany 52 step-by-step projects.
- Five categories of projects: Build, Grow, Play, Sense, and Color
- Weekly project lesson plans PLUS a bonus field trip week.
- Each project is color coded so you know which STEAM skills your kids are working on.
- Explanations of the science behind each activity.
- Links to further ideas so that kids can continue exploring and playing.
- 10 printables
- Blank journal graph paper so your kids can keep track of their own innovative ideas inspired by their explorations.
- A complete supply list for weekly project plans.
- Designed for kids ages 4-10
Please note: the ebook is a digital download in pdf format. If you want a printed book make your purchase through Amazon.
Want to see more of what’s inside? Take a look at these beauties:
The activity planner will help you organize your approach to the projects.
Super colorful projects. Look! There’s my rotational symmetry project!
So, if you want your kids (and you!) to:
question like a scientist
design like a technologist
build like an engineer
create like an artist
deduce like a mathematician
– and, most importantly –
play like a kid
STEAM KIDS is for you.
Thanks for listening and being such a wonderful part of this community!
Please note: If you do not have a PayPal account, you can still purchase the book via the PayPal link with a credit/debit card.
This gorgeous, beautifully photographed book is like candy for your eyes. But the creative ideas inside are the real treat. This book is filled with so many fun, educational, accessible, and unique activities. Teachers and parents will find plenty of ideas that inspire kids to build, think, learn, and create. I’ve been working in the STEAM space for quite a while, and even I found many new and exciting activities in this book to try with my kids and students. —Katie, Gift of Curiosity
Still not quite ready? Click here to subscribe to the STEAM KIDS email list and you will get a free project list and 2 sample projects. And watch the video to see some of the projects in action: