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Our resource section aims to support your daily practice by sparking ideas for exploration with the children and reflection on your professional journey. We also share ideas on how to initiate STEM conversations and investigations from reading popular children’s books.

Imagine book cover by Alison Lester

Imagine

Combine children’s imagination with learning about nature and broadening their vocabulary thus making their observations more specific.

the book with no pictures

The book with no pictures

Celebrating children’s appreciation of nonsense, this book bravely leaves the realm of the picture book behind, letting us focus on sound.

Possum Magic book cover

Possum magic

Two possums’ Australian quest is a wonderful illustration of inquiry-based learning with its trial and error, and hands-on experiences.

Girl solving problems on a whiteboard

Ada Twist, Scientist

The book illustrates what we at Little Scientists believe in: Children are curious and want to learn the world in a hands-on way.

Lady swimming with Shark

Shark Lady

The story of the Shark Lady is a great way to encourage children to find ways to pursue their dreams and their quest for knowledge.

Boy running whilst smiling and looking up

The boy who loved math

Dive into mathematician Paul Erdős’ life and experience his passion for numbers and solving problems. What rules do the children know?

Bear clutching teddy as he runs

Where’s my teddy?

The tiny and the giant teddies introduce the mathematical concept of size, a great opportunity for combining STEM and language development.

Fish

Fish is fish

We like to use this book in our Water workshop to talk about how important it is to recognise a child’s developmental stage and prior knowledge.

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