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Primary STEM & STEAM Teaching Resources

Are you in search of exciting STEAM activities for your KS1 and KS2 classes? Look no further!

We have the perfect set of up-to-date resources for you. Introduce primary school-age pupils to STEAM activities with our free downloadable packs.


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What's on offer?

This Stemillions pack will introduce a variety of STEAM role models in each activity sheet, giving your students the chance to explore their jobs and achievements.

A young Stemette and role model talking to eachother.

When are they used?

Stemillions resources activity sheets can be used at your convenience as an extra-curricular club run at lunchtime or after school, as well as incorporated into your lesson plans. Why not use them to mark Science Week, STEM celebration days or other key events in your school diary?

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What can I expect?

Exploring all the different areas in STEAM, students will investigate architecture with Zaha Hadid, mathematics and music with Eugenia Cheng, and software engineering with Angela Taylor.

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How will students benefit?

✔ A way to make STEM and STEAM learning fun for your students.
✔ Useful curriculum-based learning and links to use in classrooms.
✔ Activities linked to the National Curriculum.

How do they look?

Each activity sheet is set up like a menu for you to work through at your own pace. Each sheet contains:

  • A Starter – where you and the students will meet the role model and understand more about them and their job.
  • A Main – where the students will get the option of 2 hands-on activities to take part in, you can either do 1 activity for a 30-minute session, or both activities for a 60-minute session.
  • A Dessert – where students can reflect on what they’ve learnt and made in the session.
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