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Full STEAM Ahead in the Library !  

This guide will provide public librarians, school librarians, and media specialists with information regarding the various ways in which STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) can be incorporated into their libraries/library activities.
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What is S.T.E.A.M ?

STEAM provides an avenue for formally teaching the inter-relationships of how subjects relate in real-life. STEAM-style education can be enjoyably and meaningfully delivered in more engaging and deeply embedding ways within the already well-established realm of education.

The philosophy of STEAM revolves around the concept that:

STEAM = Science & Technology interpreted through
Engineering & the Arts, all based in Mathematical elements.

 

What is STEAM ? ( Video)

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STEAM Books

STEAM AHEAD! DIY for KIDS - Sumita Mukherjee
ISBN: 9781539865971
Publication Date: 2016-12-13
STEAM AHEAD! DIY FOR KIDS is an easy-to-follow, step-by-step instruction book for parents and children. It introduces kids between the ages of four and ten to the magic of electronics, game and toy designing, printing, understanding basic scientific principles and most importantly, they'll have a blast making them. Inside this book you will find projects on LED cards, dance pads, handmade soaps, bubble blowers, Play-Doh circuits, cloud lanterns, scribbling bots and more!There is also a BONUS: Material list for STEAM DIY FOR KIDS, to make it easier for parents to plan and prepare in advance.

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STEAM Kids - Anne Carey; Malia Hallowell (As told to); P. Newton (As told to); Ana Dziengel (As told to); Amber Scardino (As told to); Chelsey Marashian (As told to); Dayna Abraham (As told to); Erica Clark (As told to); Jamie Hand (As told to); Karyn Tripp (As told t
ISBN: 1537372041
Publication Date: 2016-09-09
A year's worth of captivating STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) activities that will wow the boredom right out of kids!Created by an MIT engineer, award winning educators, designers, and homeschooling experts, STEAM Kids will inspire your children 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!Inside you'll find entertaining and educational projects like:- Rainbow Reactions- PVC Pipe Slingshot- Grafitti Art & Science- Color Changing Play Dough- Diaper Science- Circuit Bugs- Candy Mazes & so much more!Perfect for children ages 4-10, all the step-by-step activities are helpfully coded with difficulty indicators and estimated project times. Helpful project extensions promote further exploration and learning for enthusiastic children.Bonus materials will make things easy for parents and educators, and include: a handy weekly planning guide, project shopping lists, STEAM journal and more.So gather up your curious kids and get your STEAM on!

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