Kindergarten STEM Activities | Alphabet STEM

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Simply STEAM
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PreK - K, Homeschool
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Each year I have an a-Z focus and use stem, although I’m Always googling what to do for each stem topic. This resource has made it so much easier having it all in one.
STEM activities were fun and engaging. Was a bonus to have them also focus on a letter too. Combining letter recognition and STEM was great for my Kindergarten/Grade 1 split class.


Get ready to take your kindergarteners on a journey through the alphabet with our engaging and hands-on STEM activities! Designed to help young learners explore the world of science, technology, engineering, and math, these activities will give your students a head start on developing essential skills.

Each STEM activity focuses on a different letter of the alphabet, making it easy to integrate into your language arts curriculum. From blowing bubbles with B to exploding experiments with E, these activities provide a joyous and interactive way for your students to learn.

With easy-to-follow instructions and all the background info you need included, these STEM activities are perfect for busy teachers who want to save time without sacrificing quality.

⭐️ Plus, with activities that are tailored specifically to kindergarten students, you can rest assured that your students will be challenged at just the right level.

For each letter, you'll get:

Teacher page with instructions, tips, and materials list

STEM/STEAM Challenge with simple materials

Print and go math & science worksheets aligned with NGSS and CC standards

Literacy worksheet for practicing letter identification, formation, and sounds

Low prep letter mini-book to build background knowledge with the STEM/STEAM activities

Print and go letter mat for hands-on exploration

With various activities, doing these STEM challenges in centers or as a whole group is easy. You'll also love that these activities are low prep and most materials you have in your classroom!

Each teacher page includes:

✓Picture for reference

✓STEM challenge (in the same language on the students' page)

✓Teacher tips (to anticipate interventions)

✓Materials list

✓Difficulty level so you can gauge if you'll need any extra help

So here's the deal: we like to mix things up in our classroom.

  • First, we use a fun literacy worksheet to get the kiddos introduced to the letter of the day.
  • Then, we dive into a mini-book to build up their background knowledge. But here's where things get really interesting: we get our STEM on with a cool challenge that gets the kiddos thinking and problem-solving. And because we're all about the cross-curricular approach, we throw in a math and science sheet to keep those little brains firing on all cylinders.
  • Finally, for those early finishers (you know, the ones!), we've got letter mats to keep them engaged and learning. Trust us! Your kindergarteners will love this!

STEM/STEAM Activities include:

A is for Alien (Try this for FREE)

B is for Bubbles

C is for Cup Stacking

D is for Drums

E is for Experiment

F is for Float

G is for Guitar

H is for Home

I is for Inkblot

J is for Jug

K is for Kennel

L is for Ladder

M is for Marshmallow Mansion

N is for Necklace

O is for Orange

P is for Parachute

Q is for Quilt

R is for Rainbow

S is for Slide

T is for Touch

U is for Upcycle

V is for Vest

W is for Wheel

X is for Xylophone

Y is for Yacht

Z is for Zigzag

These activities are seriously so much fun! I love how each one follows a consistent routine with a mini-book and planning sheet, and how they all connect to math and science. Plus, the best part is that they're flexible enough for individual or group work, so they're perfect for any kind of classroom setup.

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Imagine their excitement as they discover new things through hands-on exploration. So why wait? Take the leap and get your hands on the Alphabet STEM bundle today. Your students will thank you for it!

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144 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.


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