Understanding and recognising science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) in play at early childhood level.
Understanding and recognising science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) in play
An understanding of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) has never been more important, and the need to develop these skills at the early childhood level (2-5 years) is now widely recognised. Bringing STEM to Life supports professionals in the early childhood field to:
This is a book dedicated to STEM, but you will not find a ‘how to’ for setting up science, technology, engineering or math activities. What you will find is a deeper understanding of the complexities of children’s play. The authors use real examples to demonstrate how, in an engaging environment with meaningful interactions, quality resources and a commitment to play, children will naturally explore STEM concepts.
Recommended ages: 2-5
A4 Teacher Guide – 48 Pages
Natashja Treveton, Nicole Halton
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