Hands-on science experiment books are a great way to ease kids back into creative learning!
I recently shared some of the fun, easy, inexpensive science project ideas from my two newest books, “STEAM Lab for Kids” and “Star Wars Maker Lab” with a group of teachers on Twin Cities Live. Check out the clip below to learn to make hoop gliders and grow gorgeous Epsom salt crystals!
You can find my books at your local library, or pick them up at your favorite online or bricks-and-mortar retailer!
It’s hard to believe that my new book “STEAM Lab for Kids” is already in the Amazon book store! I studied both art and science in college, so this one was SO much fun to write!
Last summer, my publisher made a few videos of projects from the book for me to share with you. Here’s the first one, which features some sugar science!
More than just art-forward science, tech, engineering and math projects, my new book STEAM Lab For Kids introduces young learners to #STEAM visionaries including Louis Pasteur , Johannes Kepler, Katherine Johnson, Camille Claudel, August Rodin, Benoit Mandelbrot, Ada Lovelace and M.C. Escher. Each chapter introduction includes words on how art and STEM have influenced #STEAM role models like Sophie Shrand of Science with Sophie, neuroscientist and violinist Kaitlyn Hova, engineer and film maker Joyce Tsang, graphic artist-turned TV producer Christian Unser and musician Matt Wilson! Here’s a peek at one of the projects…