5 Books to Introduce STEM

Having been out of the regular classroom for a few years, there was one thing that I was really looking forward to, and that was integrating STEM into my curriculum.  I’m still in the beginning stages, but I hit the ground running.  My students absolutely LOVE the activities that we have been doing for STEM!!

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A majority of my students didn’t even know what an engineer was.  Also, most of my students were used to starting a task and finishing it while expecting a right or wrong answer.   So, to introduce  STEM into the classroom, I began with sharing a collection of read alouds.

Here is a list of my favorites so far.

1. Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty

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2.  Ada Twist, Scientist by Andrea Beaty

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3.  The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires

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4.  Violet the Pilot by Steve Breen

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5.  What Do You Do With a Problem by Kobi Yamada

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As my journey with STEM continues, I’m sure my reading collection will too! 🙂

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