Are you looking for PreK STEM/STEAM apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
LEGO Education– LEGO Education has been working for over 37 years to find new and fun ways to encourage education among young children. From tangible to virtual, they offer resources to make learning interactive and rewarding and allow children to learn how they want. With the LEGO system for playful learning, preschool to middle school students will get a better approach to science, technology, engineering, and math fields (STEM).
Animal Math Games for Kids with Skills– Join Emma, the math explorer, as she helps her animal friends find their way home. Start your journey from Bessie’s farm, travel around the world and into outer space. Designed by parents and teachers, this app is recommended by the Common Core Standards for kindergarten math. The app features animals, including cows, puppies, kittens, and giraffes, and it appeals to kids of all ages.
Beck and Bo by Avo kiddo– This is an “edutaining” game designed to improve your child’s word bank. Children follow the colorful adventures of Beck and Bo as they go on amazing trips around the world and participate in fun activities. Children can also build beautiful tourist destinations by dragging and dropping animals and props to the site. They can choose from other activities, including watering the plants in the backyard, controlling traffic, etc.
Toca Blocks – Toca Blocks is a world-building app using colorful blocks. Children can combine blocks to create new, unique combinations or choose to build with over 60 quirky items. They can create obstacle courses, oceans, floating islands, and anything else they can imagine! Worlds are easily shared with family and friends, and children can import their friends’ worlds into their app to play with.
KIBO – The STEAM Robot Kit for Children 4 – 7– KIBO is created by KinderLab Robotics, a robot kit based on over 15 years of child development research that allows 4- to 7-year-old kids to program, build, decorate and run their personal robot. KIBO has proven to be effective in helping young students learn steam concepts and making them proud in the 54 countries where it’s being used. KIBO can be incorporated into the classroom without hassle to improve any theme or curriculum, thereby engaging students to learn STEAM concepts