STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education. We focus on these areas together not only because the skills and knowledge in each discipline are important for student success. These subjects are taught in an interdisciplinary and applied approach as we realize that is how students learn most effectively.
Jennifer from over at Faithful Homestead shares some STEM Projects from Everyday Items
Erica over at Be The One has a full tutorial on how to Build A Model Robotic Hand
Holly at Gypsy Road shares about Strange Attraction : Magnetism
Tere from Puddle Jumping The Only STEM Guide You Need
Jennifer at Home Grown Hearts Academy shares about 10 Of Our Favorite STEM Resources and FREE STEM Notebook Printables
Debbie over at West Word Blog shares her thoughts on STEM in the early years
Marcy at Ben and Me asks Does Your Child Have the Edison Trait? You will also find some Homeschooling for Free: Science That Is Hands On and Homeschooling for Free: 10 Math Resources Worth Your Time
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When researching curriculum for teaching STEM the crew are here to help. Each year we review Science products, Math products, and Biology products to help you understand how each one of works. You can find a selection of reviews featuring walk through descriptions, photographs of the products in action in real homeschool homes like yours across the country on our Pinterst account: Schoolhouse Review Crew.
I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work. – Thomas A. Edison