Kindergarten Storybook STEM Virtual Field Trips
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Storybook STEM programs for early learners are designed with literacy, STEM, and educational intentionality in mind. Pre-K and Kindergarten students will be fully immersed in hands-on, literacy-based STEM activities connected to their storybook favorites.
Whether you’re teaching remotely or in the classroom, we can virtually present interactive Storybook STEM programs to your students. Activity kits include all the materials for fun, hands-on exploration that aligns with state standards.
⭐ Virtual Field Trips for Classroom Learning: Programs marked with a gold star are available as virtual experiences for in-person learners in their classrooms.
🟢 Virtual Field Trips for Remote Learning: Programs marked with a green circle are available as virtual at-home experiences for remote learners.
⭐🟢 Trip-Trap Bridge Building
Literacy Connection: Paul Galdone’s The Three Billy Goats Gruff
“Who’s that tripping over my bridge?!” the troll shouted angrily. Oh no! That grumpy old troll is at it again. Students will be engineers as they plan, design, and build a bridge to escape the clutches of the mean troll.
Meets Standards: NGSS K-ESS3-2 and CCSS RL.K.10
⭐ Color Craze
Literacy Connection: David Shannon’s A Bad Case of Stripes
Poor Camilla Cream… her skin has turned green. And red, orange, yellow, blue, and purple, too! Our skin cannot change colors like Camilla Cream’s, but we can create the colors of the rainbow ourselves. Students will explore and engage in a color-mixing chemistry activity to see if they can produce the colors of the rainbow.
Meets Standards: CCSS RL.K.10
⭐🟢 If I Could Build The Alphabet
Literacy Connection: Denise Fleming’s Alphabet Under Construction
Caution! Grab your hardhat and safety goggles because the alphabet is “under construction!” Students will pick a letter of the alphabet and choose their own materials to plan, design, and construct a letter as a creative literacy engineer.
Meets Standards: CCSS RL.K.10 and RF.K.1.D
⭐🟢 From Crawling Caterpillar to Beautiful Butterfly
Literacy Connection: Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Wait, caterpillars can’t consume cupcakes! Carle’s caterpillar becomes sick when he eats junk food in the story. So what do caterpillars eat? How do they change from a crawling caterpillar to a beautiful butterfly? Students will explore these questions and learn about the life cycle of a butterfly in this hands-on experience.
Meets Standards: NGSS K-LS1-1 and CCSS- RL.K.10
⭐🟢 Hog Houses
Literacy Connection: Paul Galdone’s The Three Little Pigs
The Big Bad Wolf is back for more! Protect the three little pigs from their furry predator by helping them build strong, safe houses. Students will use open-ended materials to plan, design, and build a solid structure to keep the pigs safe from the Big Bad Wolf’s “huff and puff” antics.
Meets Standards: NGSS K-PS2-2 and K-ESS3-2; CCSS RL.K.10