When their forces combine, science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) are a super group of essential subjects that lead to long-lasting learning. Using an interdisciplinary STEAM approach in the classroom increases critical thinking, broadens perspectives, and reduces overall misconceptions. And it's this constructivist type of learning that builds a culture of students willing to tinker and remix with confidence. Mix and match these picks to help students cultivate design sense and inventiveness, gain transferrable skills, and make cool, useful stuff.
Interactive, lab-like exploration of measurements is a good STEAM tool
From cardboarding to cooking, this app helps kids find the fun in DIY
Kids explore concepts in fun but sometimes frustrating mini-games