Picture-Perfect STEM Lessons, K–2: Using Children’s Books to Inspire STEM Learning
Thu, Apr 13, 2017 10:35 AM
We were so excited to receive this book. We've been working with a group of kindergarten teachers in using the outdoor space as their classroom and making connections with 3 dimensional science learning. This book arrived, and while some of the lessons seemed highly engaging and provided opportunity for deeper learning, others did not. One lesson we had hoped to use with this called for making an observation and measurement, things that we are already doing but without the fancy paper copies. There were other ideas in the book that went further than this or made meaningful connections, but across the book they were not of equal quality.