Introducing our NEW STEM education package!
Our lineup lets you incorporate STEM in the classroom in a way that works for you.
Choose to teach full STEM projects with our journals; these same projects are defined in our teacher lesson plans. Or, if you have limited time and resources, you can still teach STEM with our mini lessons, included in the teacher book, and worksheets available for free download.
Need to introduce STEM first? Incorporate STEM-related content into all subjects with our datebooks.
No matter your level of STEM skills, School Datebooks can help you encourage students to solve real-world problems and learn the value of a STEM education—and SOAR THROUGH STEM.
Our STEM education package includes:
STEM-focused content appropriate for all classrooms
52 challenges incorporating the Engineering Design Process (EDP)
Teacher Lesson Plans
52 full and mini lessons aligned with Next Generation Science Standards
Click HERE to download all student worksheets for FREE or choose specific worksheets to download.
Related links and resources to foster independent learning
Steve Florence, Technical Service Manager
- Provide differentiation for students at various levels of learning
- Provide an excellent framework for teachers who might not feel versed in all areas of STEM, where the content is well-written, of a great quality, and align to NGSS
- Can be used at various levels in day-to-day science exposure
- Can be articulated to support units of study
The supplemental materials:
- Provide teachers with needed background information, to assure confidence in their teaching
- Excite and enhance their students’ learning environment
- Provide opportunities for inquiry-based learning
- Support cross-curricular learning
Overall, these are well done, support NGSS, and offer excellent curricular opportunities in the STEM area for your students. They are well laid out and easily used and adaptable to meet the needs of various classrooms. Small details, such as the QR codes that assist students in accessing their research and work quickly, expose and enhance their 21st-century learning skills.”