Even the youngest learners can be emerging engineers! That’s the premise of the book Engaging Young Engineers, a popular guide that shows early educators how to use fun STEM activities to help children develop the important thinking skills they’ll need to succeed in kindergarten and beyond.
Here are 12 simple tips—adapted from the new second edition of Engaging Young Engineers—to help you infuse more STEM learning and engineering experiences into your early childhood classroom throughout the school day. (These strategies are helpful for supporting the home–school connection, too! Share this post with the families of young learners to expand on what you do in the classroom and help families increase STEM learning and thinking at home.) To read more please click here.