Young children love asking questions. That sense of inquiry and curiosity is a valuable learning skill that can form the foundation for enjoyable lifelong learning. This is true of all subjects, but is a particular area of focus in STEM learning. STEM, an acronym that stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, encourages inquiry and exploration.
Winter is a great time to revisit and refresh your library, by adding a few new books that include ideas and stories that inspire a child’s STEM learning.
Below we share a few of our favorite books for very young scientists. The books below can be read during in-person or virtual learning to empower young children to ask questions, develop theories, and test their ideas with experiments.