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STEM for Kids

Science • Technology • Engineering • Math

Discover STEM for Kids with Sno-Isle Libraries.

Programs

Sno-Isle Libraries hosts STEM focused programs and events for kids. Learn more about some of the programs below and be sure to visit our Kids Calendar to find a program or event at your local library.

Little Science Lab

Presented in partnership with Imagine Children's Museum, Little Science Lab programs help children ages 3-5 discover STEM concepts.

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Kids sit in circle and listen at Little Science Lab program.

Curiosity Academy

Every month the Snohomish Library welcomes young learners to the Curiosity Academy. Explore STEAM topics with projects, games and more.

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Adult and child pour soap into test tube as part of an experiment.

Tween STEAM

Tweens go hands-on with science, technology, engineering, art and math at Tween STEAM events. Find an interactive workshop near you in the events scroller.

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Child trying science experiment.

Library Resources

Kids Homework Help
Find a collection of resources to help kids with their STEM related schoolwork.

Booklists
Here are just a few of the great kids STEM titles you can find in the collection.

STEAM Club: Super Fun Science Experiments

STEAM Club: Bubble Science

Recommended STEM Websites

For parents, caregivers and educators, here are a sample of librarian-approved websites that nurture a love of science, engineering, technology and math in children. 

Math For Love Seattle-based, lessons and games for ages K-5 to create a lifelong interest in math. 

Ask a Biologist  Connect with a real biologist and play games. 

Snohomish STEM Learning opportunities and resources throughout Snohomish County.

National Science Foundation Education data on STEM from pre-k to adulthood. 

Khan Academy Parents, teachers and children can learn to code and more. 

Dance Mat Typing A fun, interactive way for youth to learn how to type. 

Engineer Girl Learn about female engineers and local clubs. 

The Mint Helping kids get money wise, using real-life math.