STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) play a vital role in every child’s life. STEM subjects are a crucial part of a child’s education in the present and the future. They help develop the minds of kids and provoke curiosity in young minds. In this article, we have listed down some of the best STEM books that will surely teach something new to your kids.
1. Your Fantastic, Elastic Brain by JoAnn Deak
This book is perfect for early readers, it goes on to describe the anatomy of the brain and its functions through wonderful illustrations. The book contains some amazing facts and content which is the perfect way to teach your kids about the human body and make them understand the fact that making mistakes will only make us better learners and how not to give up.
2. What Do You Do with an Idea? by Kobi Yamara
In this book, the author provides endless opportunities for projects which inspire kids to come up with various creative ideas and how to show them to their loved ones. The book also suggests how ideas, no matter how small or big they might be, have the capacity to bring people a lot closer and make the world a better place.
3. Robotics by Kathy Ceceri
Robotics is a book which comes with complete instructions on how to build your own little robot friends. This book is for all those kids who love engineering. This book features about twenty different projects to complete and encourages its little readers to think about a world with an ever-developing field of electronics, machines and robot friends within it.
4. Groundhog Weather School by Joan Holub
Groundhog Weather School is a book all about seasons and weather patterns. The book encourages its little readers to understand, think and ask questions about seasons and weather and it also has some fascinating facts about groundhogs.
5. Once Upon a Star by James Carter and Mar Hernandez
This book takes its little readers on a journey to explore all about the universe. This book will have all the answers to the questions like “What makes up the solar system?” or “Where is our place in space?” Once Upon a Star is an interesting read for all the children.
6. Crafty Science by Jane Bull
STEM books like Crafty Science are what all kids need in their life as they don’t have to choose between arts or crafts or technology or science. This book has some fun yet unique activities for kids that are not only creative but analytical too.
7. Count on Me by Miguel Tanco
There are way too many beautiful ways to see the world. Children will absolutely love this book with lots of illustrations which makes Maths a fun subject. For the little girl in this storybook, Math is a thing of beauty, and it helps her to appreciate the world around her. ‘Count on Me’ is a great book for children as it will make them understand math easily and it is quite engaging.
8. Nick and Tesla Series by Steve Hockensmith and Bob Pflugfelder
This book is an interesting read. It takes its little readers on fun adventures with Nick and Telsa, 11-year-old twins who are detectives as well as inventors living with their scientist uncle. Each story has an exciting mystery adventure to solve using technology and science. There are also a few projects mentioned in the book that the readers can try doing at home.