Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Steam activities. Get inspired and try out new things.
A whole month of daily low-prep STEAM activities for kids. You are going to love all of the low-prep STEAM activities that we have in store!
Carol Byers saved to Friend School
Harness your child's natural curiosity with these amazing STEM and STEAM activities for kids. They can easily be modified for all ages.
Heidi Sizemore saved to Quick Saves
Discover some fascinating, no prep, STEM activities and challenges you can do with your students using paper! Engineering, math and science.
Holly Snyder saved to teaching
30+ Awesome STEM Challenges for Kids (with Inexpensive or Recycled Materials!) - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
30+ engineering STEM challenges with simple materials. Kids can tinker with bridges, catapults, boats, and more using recycled and inexpensive materials.
Challenge your kids to build the best marble maze in this open-ended paper plate maze STEM challenge! Kids will have a blast!
Choose from 58 fun STEAM art projects and activities for kids to explore art while learning science, technology, engineering, and math, too!
Jennifer Turner saved to school
Educational and craft activities for kids and parents
jenny cains saved to Science
Inspiring young minds doesn't have to be such a struggle.These STEAM project ideas have been tested and tried by kids all over the world to boost creativity
Erica Ambriz saved to STEAM Learning
Learn about magnetic force with this simple magnet experiment! You only need a paper clip, tissue paper, string and a magnet to do it!
Heather Thompson saved to Pre K
Buzz through spring with the Bee Pollination STEAM Activity! Now that more and more bees are coming out after the cold winter, it's the perfect time to teach children about how bees and flowers help each other out to accomplish each other's goals: Flowers getting pollinated and bees gathering nectar for honey. Children will enjoy flying their little bee buddies around and helping them gather pollen to deliver from flower to flower.
Lori Preuss saved to Kindergarten classroom setup