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STEM Play: Integrating Inquiry into Leaning Centers

By:
Deirdre Sheridan Englehart, Debby Mitchell, Junie Albers-Biddle, Kelly Jennings-Towle, Marnie Forestieri
Details:
Paperback
Year:
2016
Pages:
174
Size:
8.5" x 11"
ISBN:
9780876594025
Item Code:
SPII
Price: $24.95
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Most early childhood teachers are using learning centers in the classroom, but do not approach them in ways that fully support a variety of learning opportunities. This book approaches learning centers through the STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) lens, and shares how themes can be integrated into centers to promote creativity and higher-level thinking. STEM Play  provides varied activities for the most common centers: Art, blocks, dramatic play, literacy, math, science, music and movement. Full of beautiful, full-color photos that show the activities in real early childhood classrooms, teachers can easily use the book’s ideas immediately in their curriculum. STEM Play also includes a “How To” section for teachers who wish to expand on the STEM focus and use themed activities in their learning centers. 

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