STEAM Play & Learn
By Ana Dziengel
The acronym STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. At the preschool level, this doesn’t mean trying to teach your kids robotics and engineering, but rather presenting them with open-ended projects that allow them to problem-solve, make mistakes, get creative, and most of all, have fun.
While most preschool-age children are not yet reading, STEAM Play & Learn is meant to be child-driven. The images, illustrations, and projects are meant to appeal to kids of their age and abilities. Let them be the guide as you explore the projects in this book. Topics include symmetry and how light bounces to create reflections with mirror mandalas, diffusion and capillary action with tie dye towels, structural framing and bracing with marshmallow structures, and electrical currents with salty circuits.
20 fun step-by-step preschool projects about science, technology, engineering, art, and math.
- Colourful images and easy to follow instructions.
- Materials list and guidance for setting projects.
- 80 pages.
- Activities suitable for 3-6year olds.
The book is paper back and measures 21cm x 28cm.
Publisher: Walter Foster Jr.
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