Skip to content

Starting early with STEM activities helps kids think and ask questions. It makes them more likely to pick a STEM job later. But, kids’ interest in STEM can drop as they get older. So, it’s important to start with fun STEM activities early on.

*Hands-on Kindergarten STEM Learning* can be easy and fun. Educators use things like straws, popsicle sticks, and LEGOs. For example, the Chicka Chicka Boom challenge and Marble Maze activity are not just fun. They also help with reading and thinking in space. These activities make learning fun, especially during Read Across America.

Mix Halloween with science through the Simple STEM Spiderweb Challenge. This makes learning exciting. Other projects, like the Turkey Hideout before Thanksgiving, teach kids to work together. They also learn math and how to solve problems.

Adding STEM to events and classes sparks fun learning. Kids learn to make a cloud in a jar or code a LEGO maze. They also build a hand crank winch. These activities help kids learn how to solve problems early in life.

Engaging Science Experiments for Young Learners

Young students love to learn about their world. It’s key to keep their interest in STEM with fun activities. Kindergarten experiments like making a Cloud in a Jar show how science works simply.

Also, Science Activities teach kids about real-world problems. Things like oil spills and their effects through games. These games help them learn to care for our planet and think of solutions.

Math can also be fun with activities like Sticky Note Number Match. These simple games teach kids numbers in an enjoyable way. It helps prepare them for harder math later. Learning tech early, like building a LEGO® Maze, sets the stage for important 21st-century skills. These activities turn learning into a fun adventure, sparking creativity.

Through science and tech projects, kids learn to think critically. This is vital for jobs in STEM in the future. These fun experiments and activities also make kids truly love learning. It lays the ground for lifelong curiosity and discovery.

Hands-On Engineering Projects for Kindergarteners

Engaging kindergarteners in engineering projects is a great way to start their learning journey. These activities are fun and teach kids important skills. For example, making a Hand Crank Winch or a Balance Scale introduces them to simple machines.

Building Jellybean Structures helps them learn about how buildings stand. It boosts their creativity and problem-solving. This is important for understanding STEM subjects.

Kids also enjoy making anemometers or Archimedes screws. These activities improve their teamwork and communication. There are many fun engineering projects for them to explore.

By learning new words in engineering, kids get more interested. Reading engineering books can make them like STEM fields more. They learn to ask questions, think of solutions, plan, and create.

Adding things like paper helicopters and water wheels is a great start to learning. With hands-on projects, kindergarteners start on a fun path of discovery.

Incorporating Technology into STEM Learning

In today’s world, kindergarteners love tech. So, teaching tech in early STEM is key. With fun digital games like Digital Spring Shapes, children learn computer basics easily. This is vital for future tech know-how.

Tech and STEM mixed learning is super. For example, the Stop-Motion Animation Video project boosts creativity. Kids learn and enjoy tech by making their video stories. This approach helps them be more tech-savvy and creative, important skills for school and jobs ahead.

Today, STEM jobs are big. So, starting early is best. Tech projects, like coding for kindergarteners, help them think smartly. Besides, it feeds their curiosity. They get to learn tough subjects in a fun way. Thus, tech in STEM makes them ready for the future.

These new teaching ways were updated in 2019 from 2017. Kids ask a lot of questions daily. So, fun tech-based STEM responses keep them keen. It also makes them love learning for life.

To Top

Limited Spots Available

2024-2025 Academic Year and 2024 Summer Program 
Applications are available on our website under the Admissions Tab.  
Bussing information for Summer 2024 can be found under Admissions





For the current school year 2023 - 2024 applications,
please contact Gianna directly
at or 416-489-8355