The greatest scientists are artists as well

Albert Einstein


The project MyBoxOfSteam aims to enhance the involvement of elementary school pupils in STEM education while focusing on the inclusion of children with fewer opportunities, such as pupils with learning disorders and girls. In particular, the project will adopt a multidisciplinary approach by using storytelling as a way to enhance the student’s creativity and narrative skills within the STEAM framework. 

The European Council and Commission view a basic knowledge of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) as essential for individuals in Europe to lead meaningful lives. STEM also appears among the key competencies for lifelong learning. Nevertheless, in many European countries students underachieve in subjects such as mathematics and science, and much work still needs to be done to eliminate gender biases and inequalities in STEM.

The results of the project will be 35 STEAM boxes for students aged 6 to 12, accompanied by educational tools for teachers to help them use the boxes in class and create their own, and pedagogical resources to promote the use of engaging and inclusive STEAM methods in the classroom.


35 STEAM Boxes

covering all STEM subjects and following the school curriculum of ​​pupils aged 6-12

Tutorial and Pedagogical sequences

​​accompanying each box to support teachers in their use and implementation. 

Research Report

summarizing the findings on science kits and STEM tools that emerged during the project.

Pedagogical Guide

providing teachers with useful information about STEAM approaches in primary education.

Box Creation Guide

for teachers to create their own boxes.

Implementation guide

reporting the testimonies and advice from the schools involved in the project.


SCS LogoPsyCom
(Belgium, Mons)


Associazione Culturale Grimm Sisters ETS
(Italy, Perugia) 

Scoala Gimnaziala Nr. 16 Take Ionescu
(Romania, Timisoara)

Nansen Dijalog Centar
Croatia, Osijek)

Martna Põhikool

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.  

(Project code: 2022-2-EE01-KA220-SCH-000099273) 

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