Primarily aimed for teachers of students in grades kindergarten through second, “STEM For Young Learners: Honey” presents jam-packed projects for budding scientists, mathematicians and engineers. These activities help you make and create wonderful classroom experiences. Using the theme of honey as a springboard, young scientists will investigate how crystals form in honey. Working in pairs to students will search the Internet to find a graphic of a honeybee, place the graphic in a word processing document and write a haiku poem to describe their picture. Students will work in groups to engineer various flavored honey sticks. When the sticks are completed, the students will have a honey tasting party using small plastic spoons and apple slices. The groups will reconvene to discuss their favorite flavors and write their own recipes using their favorite extracts or new extracts to create new tastes. Young mathematicians will complete and use bee glyphs to collect, organize and graph data. They begin by completing a glyph survey. Once the data is collected, they will tally the results and they will work with partners to create graphs to present the data.