Science • Technology • Engineering • Math
According to Washington state's STEM office, our state ranks No. 1 in America in the highest concentration of STEM jobs. However, it is estimated that, by 2017, there will be 45,000 STEM jobs that go unfilled in Washington due to a lack of skills in the workforce. Sno-Isle Libraries is committed to supporting STEM learning in our youth.
Many of our library programs feature science experiments, building activities, LEGO sets, LEGO robotics, LEGO simple machines, math games, and electronics.
Sno-Isle Libraries is a member of the Snohomish STEM Network. Discover more local STEM activities here.
Our libraries offer a wealth of resources in science, engineering, technology and math for the classroom and for the curious.
DIGital Kids learn Robotics!
Kids and Teens can learn Robotics at both the Lynnwood and Marysville Creative Tech Centers. Have fun while developing creative problem-solving skills while putting together and programming your own robot! Call ahead for class times or check out Robotic kits to put together a robot at home!
Recommended STEM Websites
For parents, caregivers and educators, here are a sample of librarian-approved websites that nurture a love of science, engineering, technology and math in children.
Math For Love Seattle-based, lessons and games for ages K-5 to create a lifelong interest in math.
Ask a Biologist Connect with a real biologist and play games.
Snohomish STEM Learning opportunities and resources throughout Snohomish County.
National Science Foundation Education data on STEM from pre-k to adulthood.
Khan Academy Parents, teachers and children can learn to code and more.
Dance Mat Typing A fun, interactive way for youth to learn how to type.
Engineer Girl Learn about female engineers and local clubs.
The Mint Helping kids get money wise, using real-life math.
I Was Wondering Information and games about real scientists.
Building Big Explore large structures.
Master's in Data Science Resource for educators featuring over 230 STEM websites, games, contests, camps and more, all organized by age and interest for K-12.