STEM ideas are everywhere! If you are planning a new STEM themed unit in your classroom or want to add to your classroom library, be inspired by this STEM kindergarten book list!
12 STEM Kindergarten Books for Little Learners
If I Built a Car by Chris Van Dusen
Spark the imagination of your little creators with this fun book by Chris Van Dusen. If you have little learns that love to daydream about the future, this is the STEM book for them!
Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty
Rosie is sure to bring our the talents of your studnets. This book is full of great ideas for your students to try in your STEM centered classroom.
What Can You Do With an Idea by Kobi YamadaThis is a must have in your classroom. Once your students have an idea, what happens next? What Do You Do With An Idea? answers that very question and helps students develop those little ideas that come to their amazing minds.
When I Build With Blocks by Niki Alling
I love this sweet book! It’s perfect for your little learns that are obsessed with building blocks. The possibilities seem endless!
The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires
If you can only buy one book, this is it! Your students will relate to little girl that has a huge idea and works very hard to make it a reality.
Have you had a student that is afraid of the zoo? In Fraidyzoo, a fun family works through the fear of a little girl in alphabetical order to introduce several amazing animals to your little learners.
Have Fun, Molly Lou Melon by Patty Lovell
Molly Lou will be a classroom favorite for sure! Little Molly learns to love herself no matter what, but also how to create amazing things out of the materials she has on hand.
Add this fun book to your farm unit this year! An amazing farmer creates a whole set of farm animals made out of scrap metal amazing his neighbors.
If I Built a House by Chris Van Dusen
Another fun an engaging book from Chris Van Dusen to spark the imagination of your little learners.
Papa’s Mechanical Fish by Candace Fleming
STEM kids are going to love this one. When Virena asks her father what its like to be in the sea, her father sets off to the workshop to create something amazing!
Going Places by Paul A. Reynolds
For all your students with BIG imaginations you’ll want to add Going Places to your classroom library!
The Paper Dolls by Julia Donaldson
Spark the imagination of your little learners during their pretend play session. They will love how an amazing set of paper dolls escapes the grasp of a toy dinosaur and travels all over the house!
Need more book ideas? Check out our entire list here!
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