50+ Resources for STEAM
Finding resources for STEAM integration that are of high quality can be a daunting task. We thought it would be a good idea to gather our personal “go-to” lists for STEAM resources and compile them into one place for you to reference whenever you’re looking to integrate the arts across the curriculum. Here’s our 50+ resources for STEAM (yes…over 50!!) websites, books and apps for STEAM. It’s the ultimate collection of STEAM resources, over 50+ resources for STEAM. Shall we?
Build with Chrome – an Entirely New Way to Make
Explore design, engineering, technology and the arts with the cool new project by Google and Lego. Who doesn’t like to play with Legos??
The Wolf Trap Early Childhood STEM through the Arts initiative is pioneering ways in which our youngest learners can engage in STEAM processes to boost their chances for success in the 21st century.
This wiki, developed specifically for K-12 educators, is a wealth of information on how to implement design thinking into your own curriculum. Level projects allow for learning and implementation at any grade.
This free web resource allow you to access a library of ready-made interactive thinking guides. You can print them, edit them or make your own. You can share them and work on them in groups as well.
This free resource from the New York Times lets you view and print newspaper articles from the 1850’s-the early 1900s. Includes photographs and major headlines. Great resource for an integrated lesson!
This free website provides Smart Galleries™ of resources for all areas – including the arts and arts history.
One of the best advocacy tools we have ever found for music education. This website shares resources, strategies, ideas and research on the benefits of including music as a core area of study.