Check out these STEM Kits for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners from hatch early learning:
The U.S. Department of Education began the STEM federal initiative for preschool in 2011. There are no greater natural scientists and engineers than young children; they are inquisitive and naturally learn as they play. Our STEM learning center, the lessons in the Activity Guide, and the materials in this Kit provide children with structure to build upon their natural inclination to explore, to build and to question. To learn more visit our blog post by Hatch expert, Jenne Parks…
…For each kit the activities are scaffolded, presenting information and ideas with increasing complexity to give children an introduction to the basic concepts of technology and promote literacy and other school readiness skills along the way. Each kit also comes with unlimited access to video-based online courses to help your teachers make the most of the kit in the classroom.
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