STEM & STEAM Resources


Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math is simplified as the acronym STEM. Whereas, STEAM is Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts & Mathematics. Herein are resources

While homeschoolers were most likely the largest users of STEM/STEAM online educational tools a broader use came with the 2020+ shutting down of in-school learning. Online resources grew out of necessity, with many traditional visits to museums and similar science centers closed.

Eight definitions of STEM/STEAM from pioneering professionals is available on Jewel's School Gems by Jewel Pastor

Whereas, the Institute for Arts Education & Steam defines it as

STEAM Education is an approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.

IAES was founded in 2013 by Susan Riley, a former music educator and administrator, the Institute now serves over 800,000 educators globally each year through its online workshops, resources, courses, conferences and certification.

The most logical explanation of STEM/STEAM is seen on websites with a focus and acknowledgement of Creation such as:

Expanding the Promise for STEM Education in Christian Schools | ACSI

5 Questions to Ask When Teaching Science from a Biblical Perspective | Christian Schools International (

The L.A. City Library has a list of many notable STEM/STEAM online resources. However, not all have been verified as an active website or even current information.

The most notable resources are NASA & the California Science Center.

  • NASA STEM @ Home

    Want to build a moon habitat or launch a rocket? Check out NASA’s STEM @ Home page! They even included a good selection of age-appropriate STEM ebooks to download and read! Search activities for students and teachers by grade level, type, and subject.

  • Stuck at Home Science by California Science Center

    The page offers fun science activities for families using household supplies. Check back every weekday at 10a.m. for a new activity!

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