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8 Best Picks for STEM Reading in Elementary School Classrooms

Quick Guide: How Our Elementary and Middle School STEM Kits Support NGSS

Introducing STEM Early: 4 Key Skills STEM Kits Teach in Preschool

5 Ways STEM Kits Can Boost Confidence for Girls

5 Ways STEM Kits Create Engaged Learning in Kindergarten

Using STEM Kits For Elementary School Learning

STEM Curriculum for Elementary Schools

4 Reasons Elementary STEM Kits Add Value

5 Reasons STEM Kits Belong in Elementary Classrooms

Building an Impactful Afterschool STEM Curriculum

5th Grade STEM Curriculum

After School STEM Programs

Why Offering STEM Labs K-8 is Crucial

5 Key Features of an Engaged Elementary School STEM Classroom

Implementing Kid Spark Learning in Your 6th Grade STEM Curriculum

Middle School STEM Labs: What Your Students Can Learn

STEM Curriculum for Kindergarten

Teaching Integrated STEM Education

5 Reasons to Bolster Your Classroom’s STEM Math Curriculum

Update: Introducing Updated Programs For STEM Education

Integrating STEM into Early Childhood Education

Benefits of STEM After School Programs

Our Elementary and Middle School STEM Programs

STEM Activities for Children: Tips for  Homeschooling Parents

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What is STEM Education and How Do I Teach It? - For Parents

STEM Identity: Everything You Need to Know

A Guide to The 4 Cs of 21st Century Skills

Scientific Thinking for Kids

How to use the Engineering & Design Cycle in STEM activities for kids

STEM Activities for Children: Tips and Tricks for Adult Mentors

The What, Why, and How of STEM in Elementary Education

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At Kid Spark Education, STEM isn't a buzzword: it's a powerful way to nurture students' natural curiosity; build confidence and skills in science, technology, engineering, and math; and foster abilities in collaboration, problem-solving, and communication. You, their teachers, are our most important partner in achieving our mission of preparing all children for a lifetime of learning about science and technology. The Kid Spark Blog is written by educators, for educators to be a resource in your toolbox so you can feel confident and capable in teaching STEM to your elementary students. 

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