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.

Moonwalkers book cover


Historical events like the Moon landing can spark children’s creativity and inspire some creative play and imaginary space travel.

Into the wild book cover

Into the wild

The joys of a child fascinated by all his beautiful finds in nature is the perfect starting point for going exploring with the children.

Kookoo Kookaburra

This Indigenous morality tale with its vibrant illustrations is a great starting point for observations and talking about scientific language.

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A walk in the bush

With its vivid illustrations and descriptions of sounds, this book invites you to explore Australia’s flora and fauna with all your senses.

Book cover: Alexander's Outing - Ducks walking in a line

Alexander’s outing

How to get a little duck out of a hole? The story can spark STEM explorations, including problem-solving tasks and engineering challenges.

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