This might be another weird school year. We thought you could use some cat pictures, great programs, and free resources to start off on the right paw!
Meow’s the time of year where we welcome students back to the catroom. As we dig our claws into the new school year, we’re still facing a lot of uncertainty. But you educators are paw-some…like tuna and cat nip. You’ve brought so much creativity and resilience into the catroom and Zoom room and Google Classroom. You are the sunbeam that warms the sleepy kitties of our souls. Let STEM Read help you make this year purr-fect wherever your students are learning.
- Book a field trip or a virtual book exploration. Some of our favorite STEAM-based, standards-aligned trips are inspired by Holes by Louis Sachar, I Survived by Lauren Tarshis, The Wild Robot by Peter Brown, and The Detective’s Assistant by Kate Hannigan.
- Host a STEAM Literacy Night at your school or online. Explore the Poles or Go Green with great books and activities.
- Check out our Canned Goods posts in News and Information for quick, STEMtastic activities you can do in-person or online. We have everything from Space Poetry to STEAM Costume Challenges to Picture Book Read Alouds.
- Listen to the STEM Read Podcast for book recommendations and amazing expert talks, like our latest episode with Andy Norman, author of Mental Immunity. These interviews are also great to share with students.
- Gaze into the future of Science and Sci-Fi with our Future Telling Talks. Up next: Grady Hendrix and the Haunted Mind on October 27 at 6 PM.
Want to book a trip or brainstorm ideas to explore reading and learning in a whole new way? Reach out to us at email@example.com! Hang in there, Baby. We’ve got you!
STEM Read Director