Best Selling STEM & STEAM Kits

STEM and STEAM learning encourages children to develop invaluable critical and creative thinking skills, making them better at problem solving and applying their knowledge to different situations. The well-rounded interdisciplinary approach is also a closer reflection of the “real world” and helps to foster a love of learning, which they will benefit from beyond school.

STEM and STEAM kits are a great way to engage students with fun experiments and hands-on learning! Here are Teacher Superstore’s best selling STEM and STEAM kits.

1. 14-in-1 Educational Solar Robot

Batteries not included – because they’re not required! This amazing solar powered robot can be transformed into 14 different robot models.

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2. Discover Science – My First Electric Circuit

Introduce young learners to STEM and STEAM with simple electric circuits. This box set is filled with vivid images and scientific facts – a must have for children looking for new ways to learn and be entertained!

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3. KidzLabs - Magnet Science

The great KidzLabs kit contains a super magnet set that can be transformed to perform 10 fun experiments and games – from a super power horse shoe magnet or a magnet wand.

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4. Solar System Mobile Making Kit

Assemble the components of this kit to form your own solar system which hangs from the ceiling. It even glows in the dark and comes with a bonus wall chart.

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5. Science: A STEM Approach

With Science: A STEM Approach, you can feel confident delivering a comprehensive and contemporary science program and preparing your students for the roles of the future! This series is aligned to the Australian Curriculum and allows students to build up skills such as innovation, creativity, reasoning and problem-solving; and technical science skills such as questioning, observing, systematic experimentation, and analysis and interpretation of data.

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