Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics for children

15 Minute STEM

Emily Hunt’s ’15-Minute STEM’ is an exciting collection of 40 quick, creative and easy-to-resource Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics activities for 5-11 year olds. From caring for our environment to



We blog about all things STEM! Our posts are full of STEM education advice, recommendations of books and apps, and reviews of STEM activities.


STEM Books

Whether you’re looking for a book to link to a particular STEM theme or simply want some STEMspiration for your reading area, these fantastic STEM reads will get you started. Click on each

stem apps


We’ve gathered together some of our favourite STEM apps to save you time. What’s more, each app is free! Click on each logo to find out more about the app.  

STEM Careers

STEM skills open the door to so many amazing careers. Here are just a few of them. Click on each image to find out more about the job. Alternatively, click

inspiring people

Inspirational People

We’ve created profiles for some of the many inspirational people within STEM. Why not share this page with your class or use these profiles as a starting point to do further


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    As a UK-based website, the global readership of our STEM resources is a constant source of fascination for us. At present our top 5 countries of […]
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    If you’re looking for real world inspiration for your STEM activities then the seasons are a great place to start. We’ve recommended our […]
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    The idea for HowToSTEM first came about when I organised a STEM week at my primary school. Full of enthusiasm, I turned to the internet for […]


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