Early Childhoods have a curiosity about the surrounding environment. This time, they are also the alpha generation who will enter the 4.0 industrial revolution who required to think critically, communicate, collaborate, be creative and have skills in mastering technology that can be trained and facilitated through the STEAM approach. STEAM for Early Childhood combines Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics with a simple context and is close to everyday life, which is a learning approach that is relevant to the 2013 curriculum because it is in line with the scientific approach. The need to develop STEAM content and approaches referring to the 2013 curriculum can facilitate early childhood educators to develop STEAM learning according to the 2013 curriculum. Therefore, the STEAM learning development design in the 2013 curriculum is produced through the Research and Development method accompanied by a prototype of the development results.
STEAM approach, early childhood education, mathematics and science for early childhood