15-Minute STEM Book 2 has been given 9.8/10!

14 December 2020

Here are the key points from UKEdChat's review:


  • Again, another stunning collection of ideas, activities and resources selected by Emily to support STEM learning in primary schools.

  • 40 colourful activities, supported by fantastic images, showcase a plethora of practical STEM activities, easily accessible for all.

  • Each activity lists resources required, along with links to learning and guidance on how to support pupils.

  • Nice to see that environmental issues being explored, offering pupils an insight to damage being done, and help them make informed choices.

  • Along with a fantastic STEM jobs glossary, help young people to aim for fulfilling careers, Emily concludes with an additional 15 STEM based quick activities, allowing teachers to build on ideas appropriate for their setting.



Read their review in full here.

Find out more about 15-Minute STEM Book 2 and order your own copy here.


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