What's Your STEM?

Activities to Discover Your Child's Potential in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

What's Your STEM?

Set your child up for a bright future with this new, interactive activity book that helps kids decide which STEM—science, technology, engineering, and math—skills they most enjoy—and where they most excel!

How do batteries work? How exactly does a bridge stay up? How likely is it that someone shares your birthday?

Kids are curious. And parents can help foster that curiosity and channel it into a passion for science, technology, engineering, and math with What’s Your STEM?

This engaging activity book helps children learn about STEM with a variety of activities. Working together with their parents, they can figure out what interests them now—and how it can lead to a career later on.

In addition to the fifty entertaining and educational experiments, this interactive book includes information on potential STEM career paths.

Families can work together to complete the activities, find out what everyone likes, and learn about jobs in those fields. What’s Your STEM? is a fun, family-friendly way to expand kids’ horizons and choose their own STEM adventure!
  • Adams Media | 
  • 256 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781507200650 | 
  • February 2017
List Price £7.99

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