As I was looking back and checking the stats of our most popular STEAM activities from the past year, I noticed a common theme… the most popular activities emphasized one thing….
As a mom of 3 young children, I totally get why this one thing was found in each activity.
You don’t have a lot of time in your busy schedule to set up and complete activities with your child.
You want quick and easy activities that are challenging and engaging.
The top 5 STEAM activities listed below emphasize…easy!
You don’t need a lot of time or fancy tools to get started with STEAM activities with your child.
Use common household materials in a new way to explore, experiment and challenge your child’s creative and critical thinking skills.
Check out our top 5 activities below. Click the activity title to view the full tutorial.
Explore the force of painting with this Science meets Art activity. The best part is you only need common household items to get started.
A simple yet effective way to try printmaking. Explore a new way to create marks with a cookie sheet, paint and your finger!
Turn a pool noodle and electric toothbrush (from the dollar store) into a working drawing machine!
Inspired by Rube Goldberg, use your creative thinking and problem solving skills to turn your brain into a Simple Machine Brain!
Put a new twist on paper snowflakes by adding color! Use a coffee filter, markers, and water to experiment with color mixing.
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