Ready for School with STEM

Welcome to the STEM early learning lesson series. These lessons are designed to help you bring Science, Technology, Engineering and Math into your home or classroom. Learn more about the lessons and best ways to use them.


Construction – 3 Little Pigs

Construction – Measuring Tools

Construction – Neighborhoods

Construction – Number Game


Dinosaurs Version 2



Math – Count with Me Lesson

Math – Hide and Seek Math

Math – Measure It, Sort It

Math – Mirror Activity

Math – Number Hunt

Math – Ring Toss

Math – Ten = 10

Puzzles – Counting and Comparing (Toddlers)

Puzzles – Comparing and Measuring (Preschoolers)

Puzzles – Geometry (Preschoolers)

Puzzles – Geometry (Toddlers)

Robotics – Code-a-pillar®

Stacking Engineering Challenge

Water – Sink or Float

Water – Pour It Out

Water – What Lives There


Weather – Rain

Weather – Wind

FAQs and Lesson Markers

  1. Who are the lessons for? Parents or early learning professionals
  2. What age children are the lessons geared towards? 3-5 years old
  3. How long does a lesson take? Between 10 and 30 minutes
  4. What’s inside? Easy to follow instructions and materials
  5. Can the lessons be modified? Yes, the lessons are built so you can use items you have at home or school.
  6. Do I need to know a lot about STEM? We made it easy for everyone. Each lesson has two options: “Quick Start” and “Deeper Dive”

Look for these colors coded markers to guide you.

GRFK_Quick startQuick Start: Short on time? New to STEM? Quick Start is a fast and easy way to share STEM learning with young ones.

GRFK_Deeper diveDeeper Dive: Perfect when you’re ready to dig a little deeper on STEM concepts and push the learning envelope a little. These additional suggestions compliment the lesson and will challenge learners.

GRFK_Ask a questionAsk a Question: These are here to help you keep the conservation going. Get kids thinking, talking, exploring.

GRFK_Vocabulary builderVocabulary Builder: Language is an important part of STEM. Look to these markers to suggest new words you can introduce during your lesson.