The Importance of STEAM in Early Learning

 

Children naturally use their curiosity and instincts to explore, experiment, observe, and play. They are constantly exploring the world around them, testing and experimenting and thinking like small scientists - what happens with the LEGO bricks, the paper or the leaves, will they float or sink?

These types of skills lay the foundation for the development of children's Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) skills. 

Welcome to STEAM Park!

Learning STEAM Through Play

With every trip to STEAM Park, children grow their understanding of gears, motion, measurement, and solving problems together in a fun and engaging way.

  • Cause and effect
  • Observing and describing
  • Problem solving
  • Role play and collaboration

Explore the STEAM Park Teacher Guide

The STEAM Park solution includes a Teacher Guide with 8 Lessons and supporting tips to easily get started in your classroom.

The STEAM Park Teacher Guide is correlated to the science, math, and technology guidelines from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).