Following our list of favorite nature books, we thought it would be fun to share the few books we check out on a regular basis which relate to a STEM or STEAM line of study. As we feel our general course of learning does a great job of covering these areas of education fairly well, the list is not terribly long. But, you know us, we’re constantly looking and continually adding.
We know a multitude of books cover this topic. The list you find below is by no means exhaustive. Give is a look and see what we might be missing:
- Ada Twist, Scientist
- Rosie Revere, Engineer
- Iggy Peck, Architect
- Filippo’s Dome
- Story of Architecture
- Child’s History of Art
- Architecture Shown to the Children
- Anything by David Macaulay
- Mad Science & Mad Science 2
- The Periodic Kingdom
- Women in Science
- Chasing Vermeer
- Make Magazine
- Rebel Science
- The Curious Kid’s Science Book
While our normal course of study does a wonderful job of covering STEAM to a good degree, it is fun gathering additional reading materials which bolster these topics for our children. The few books we check out on a regular basis are favorites, and ones we’ll continue to enjoy again and again.
“Great are the works of the LORD; They are studied by all who delight in them.”
~ Psalm 111:2
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