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STEM Books for Tiny Scientists

Updated August 2018

Is it too early to worry about your kid getting enough science, technology, engineering, and math education?

Yup. Uh-huh. Definitely.

But these STEM books for tiny scientists are fun, and it’s never too early for that!

Here are some of our favorites for the 0-3 year old lot ~

Hello, World! Solar System

An introduction to the moon, sun and planets, and fun facts about each.

Hello, World! Solar System STEM Books for Tiny Scientists

Planting a Rainbow

The story of a flower garden; from planting bulbs in the autumn to the full riot of summer flowers, this book gives a look below the dirt and identifies species as well as highlights the full spectrum of colors in a cascade reminiscent of Very Hungry Caterpillar.

Planting a Rainbow STEM Books for Tiny Scientists

The Robot Book

This book isn’t big on explanation, but it comes with gears that spin and toggles that move. There’s also an edition that features artwork only, so be careful which you choose.

The Robot Book STEM Books for Tiny Scientists

Robots, Robots, Everywhere!

Real robots (the Mars rover, deep sea explorers, farm equipment and donut-makers) are introduced while a quirky jumble of humanoid make-believe robots plays in the margins.

Robots, Robots Everywhere STEM Books for Tiny Scientists

Some Bugs

A close look at exotic and close-to-home insects in their habitats, with a rhyming text focused on verbs. Illustrated with an engaging but precise style for little nature-watchers; species are identified in the back.

Some Bugs STEM Books for Tiny Scientists

Space Walk (Lift-the-Flap Adventures)

A fun tour of the planets of the solar system, with a view of their surfaces under each flap. The same author also offers another good one: Deep Sea Dive.

Space Walk STEM Books for Tiny Scientists

TouchThinkLearn: Numbers

This low word count, but heavily tactile book lets kids touch the items being counted, 1-10. Unlike most numbers primers, this one tries to get across the concept of the number, not just encourage rote memorization. Parental sound effects recommended 😉

TouchThinkLearn- Numbers STEM Books for Tiny Scientists

Enjoy!

Written By Erin Nelsen Parekh ~

Erin Nelsen Parekh is a writer, editor, and mother who has read a whole lot of baby books. Check out her Kickstarter campaign to publish BEHOWL THE MOON, an excerpt from A Midsummer Night’s Dream turned into a story for the 0-3 set.

Get in touch or send your book recommendations to to @enparekh on Twitter or at www.drivelanddrool.com.


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  1. you MUST add Ada Twist, Scientist!

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