Teaching STEAM with Lois Ehlert: Preschool isn’t too early to introduce STEM + art

Pre-K picks up STEAM!

This is a great post from Lisa G. Kropp is the youth services coordinator at the Suffolk Cooperative Library System in Bellport, NY. on her blog for School Library Journal. I love her perspective on using the old to get to the new – by taking the best of her young children’s programming and using it to focus more directly on STEAM, she sets a great example for all of us working with infants and toddlers. Examine your programming, hone your skills and focus your goals – these are ways children’s services librarians can stay connected with education, relevant in their communities, and build services founded in best practices targeting early child development. And have a great time doing it!

Teaching STEAM with Lois Ehlert: Preschool isn’t too early to introduce STEM + art.

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