With our book recommendations, we want to help you spark a conversation that leads children to discover STEM in their everyday lives. Have the courage to go beyond the obvious STEM connections and embrace all questions that may come out of your discussion with the children.

If you want to implement inquiry-based learning into your daily practice but feel like you need a bit more guidance, read about real-life projects from other services or join us for a hands-on workshop that will instill you with the confidence to start your STEM journey.

Our favourite 3 books about water

Our favourite 3: Water

Floating and sinking, buoyancy, engineering, sustainability – the list of joyful explorations you can start from water play is endless.

Favourite 3 dinosaur books

Our favourite 3: Dinosaurs

These books will support you in embracing the children’s fascination with dinosaurs and embed it in meaningful STEM learning experiences.

Family tree book cover

Family tree

Capturing the essence of Belonging, Being and Becoming, the book could start research into seeds and discussions on environmental topics.

Human body books

Our favourite 3: Human Body

This selection of books invites you to celebrate the human body and its abilities by exploring the senses, physical strength and nourishment.

Our favourite 3: Optics

Children spy so many things in their environment: colours, light and shadow, the sun. Let books open the world of optics for you.

Children's books relevant to teaching acoustics

Our favourite 3: Acoustics

Are the children in your service exploring acoustics? These three picks may spark some further research into the world of sound.

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