Looking for resources to encourage your child with Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM)? Check our resource library! We use most of the resources in our library with our classes, or for additional learning after kids are done with a class. Use the form to search, or you can just browse through the resources below. We also have curated resource guides available, for specific topics.

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Assemble an Art Bot

Art bots are always very popular at events. The kids love them because they’re noisy, and they draw on their own. This tutorial will show you how to make one,... Read More


Bitsbox is subscription box that can help teach kids to code. Each reusable box comes with an activity booklet, trading cards, a toy, temporary tattoos, and stickers. You can also get... Read More


Want to make your own platformer games? This kit can help! Use the game board and blocks to design characters and maps, and then transform those physical creations to real games... Read More

Bookmark Book Light

This is a great tutorial for making a DIY light-up bookmark, from Sew Electric. There are some other great tutorials on the web site, as well as links for additional... Read More

Build a Brush Bot

Follow our step-by-step instructions to build your own brush bot. If you purchased our Brush Bot Kit, these instructions, plus a few extra materials, will get you a brush bot... Read More Course 1 has some amazing learning tools, and this one is geared specifically towards early readers. Some of the activities can be done independently, but others require adult assistance. It’s a... Read More

HUE Animation Studio

This is the animation software and camera that we use in our Introduction to Animation class. It’s perfect for creating stop-motion animations. The software is intuitive, and the kids have... Read More

Kindle Fire 7″ Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB

This 7″ Kindle Fire is the latest addition to the Kindle family. It’s not HD, but that might not matter. I bought my daughter one of these for her birthday,... Read More

Kindle Fire HD 8

We love our Kindles! When we first opened Coder Kids Club, we reviewed all kinds of tablets, and the Kindles won because they were able to run all of the apps we... Read More

Learn to Program with Scratch: A Visual Introduction to Programming with Games, Art, Science, and Math

If your child has an interest in programming, and you want to help, but don’t have any programming experience, this book is a good place to start. It starts with a very... Read More

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