Some of you will head back to school at the beginning of August and others won’t start until September. That may mean exploring some activities after school or waiting until the weekend. Whenever you decide to work on them, your children will have fun with these August STEAM.
Here is the STEAM Activities Calendar for August
I don’t look back at the calendars from the previous year. You may want to look back at last year’s August calendar for more activities. You may find some of the same ones, but you see a number of different ones.
- National Mountain Climbing Day
- National Coloring Book Day
- Watermelon Day
- The Coast Guard’s Birthday
- Work Like a Dog Day
- National Disc Golf Day
- Sea Serpent Day
- National Happiness Happens Day
- National Book Lover’s Day
- S’mores Day
- Presidential Joke Day
- National Bowling Day
- National Financial Awareness Day
- Relaxation Day
- Roller Coaster Day
- Black Cat Appreciation Day
- National Aviation Day
- World Honey Bee Day
- National Tooth Fairy Day
- Ride the Wind Day
- Pluto Demoted Day
- Banana Split Day
- National Cherry Popsicle Day
- National Chop Suey Day
- Beach Day
- National Trail Mix Day
Downloading the August Holidays 2022 STEAM Calendar
The calendar is a PDF. Once you have downloaded, the set you will need to open it with a PDF reader like Acrobat Reader.
Exploring the Activity Calendar
You will be able to access the directions needed to explore each activity when you click on each of the August hyperlinks. After you get to each activity’s blog post, you will find a supply list and step-by-step activity directions.
Many of the activities offer free worksheets or recording sheets. You can use what they have for you to download or create your own versions of the activities if you like. The idea is to inspire you to explore STEAM activities with your children. You know what they can handle and how they like to explore concepts and activities.
A variety of different types of STEAM activities have been included on the calendar. You may find that some are more appropriate for older children while others are great for children of all ages. I think that some of them could be done with a partner or parent. However, some of you may have children that want to complete them on their own.