The National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching, and Learning (NCECDTL) is a consortium of organizations collaborating to identify, develop, and promote the implementation of evidence-based practices that are culturally and linguistically responsive and lead to positive child outcomes across early childhood programs and to support strong professional development systems.

NCECDTL is sharing some resources to explore ways to support STEAM learning for infants and toddlers.

Little Scientists: Exploring STEAM, Birth to 5

Discover strategies and teaching practices to help infants and toddlers develop reasoning, creativity, problem solving, and language and communication skills.

Understanding STEAM and how children use it

The guidance document includes examples of young children engaging in STEAM learning, how to support children in STEAM learning, and activities to foster STEAM learning.