Stories About S.T.E.M. Pioneers
- Historical Fiction Short Stories for Kids (Splash Read)
- Narrated by: Gregory Ludovici
- Length: 1 hr and 6 mins
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Buy for $6.95
This Splash Read collection includes eight historical fiction short stories about STEM pioneers. The stories are:
- "Mary Jackson Builds a Wind Tunnel"
- "Lady Mary Wortley Montagu Crushes Smallpox"
- "Caroline and William Herschel Explore the Stars"
- "George Dantzig and the Unsolvable Problem"
- "Albert Einstein Teaches Himself Math"
- "Neil Armstrong and Popsicle Sticks"
- "Arthur Fry Invents Post-It Notes"
- "Notch Learns to Code"
While Splash Read stories are enjoyed by kids of all ages, they were crafted to facilitate a conversation between a child and parent or student and teacher. Each story introduces an influential person from history. Stories discuss life skills, challenges, problem-solving, and important issues. We’ve heard positive reviews from kids as young as first graders and as old as 10th graders.