Primarily aimed for teachers of students in grades kindergarten through second, “STEM For Young Learners: Ice” presents jam-packed projects for budding scientists, mathematicians and engineers. These activities help you make and create wonderful classroom experiences. Using the theme of ice as a springboard, young scientists will learn about the effects of salt on the temperature at which water freezes and use the information to make ice sculptures. Working in pairs, students will use word processing skills to create icebreaker questions to use in an icebreaker game with their classmates. In the engineering lesson students will practice their ice carving skills using soap. They will display their climate friendly finished products in the classroom, give them as gifts, or even use them as soap. As they follow a recipe for making ice cream, young mathematicians will hone their measurement, fraction and addition skills. They will enjoy the fruits of their labor as they put the finished ice cream in bowls and cones and enjoy.