Here we list the STEM subjects – science, technology, engineering, and math – that are most closely related to the question of the week and the STEMazing fact that accompanies it. While this may sometimes be just one of the four, in many cases they overlap. In such cases, several are listed.
02.Key Planning Features:
Kids have extremely vivid imaginations. Couple that with a natural curiosity, and the opportunity to engage their interest in science, technology, engineering, and math visibly presents itself.
Our elementary STEM Student Planner™, geared toward students in grades three through five, cultivates this interest. With adult guidance, children using it not only learn how to keep track of their daily homework assignments and activities but also how science, technology, engineering, and math are all tremendously important to the world around them – and their own lives!
Original and informative, this new learning tool emphasizes for your elementary students a different STEM-related topic every month of the school year. Each week the sections highlighted below aid these young minds in learning more about this featured topic while at the same time developing within them an appreciation for STEM itself.