Play 'Ecosystem Jenga' with your kids to help them learn the fragility of our ecosystem and how each member relies on the other to survive on planet earth!
DISCLAIMER: I am an Amazon Associate. As an Amazon Associate, I may earn from qualifying purchases made using the links in this post at no additional cost to you. Dinosaur Lady: The Daring Discoveries of Mary Anning, the First Paleontologist is an inspirational children picture book about the interesting life of Mary Anning who was… Continue reading Reading STEMs Learning: Dinosaur Lady
I am so excited to introduce Dr. Caitlin Colleary, who is the Assistant Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History (CMNH) in my STEM Career Interview Series.
If you have a future marine biologist or zoologist in your family, definitely check out "Smart about sharks" by illustrator Owen Davey. This is one book in his series of Flying Eye Books and I can't wait to check out the others!
Understanding math language is so important to future confidence and success in math! Read more on how I taught the concept of 'more than' and 'less than'.
Have a blast painting with your little chemists and learn some science in the process!
"Duo" want to know what Osmo's been up to with the Coding Game Family? Read more to find out!
I've been wanting to do this STEAM melted crayon art project for a long time and we finally did it! Check out our fun crayon art and see how you can make your own!
DISCLAIMER: I am an Amazon Associate. As an Amazon Associate, I may earn from qualifying purchases made using the links in this post at no additional cost to you. "The Day the Crayons Quit" is a story about a boy named Duncan who just wants to color with his box of crayons but what he… Continue reading Reading STEM’s Learning: The Day the Crayons Quit
I was recently gifted the Osmo Creative Starter Kit. Osmo is a hands on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) based software program for kids ages 5 - 12. Three games are included in the creative starter kit! Click to read more about what we thought of them!