Stem experience-based learning from practical problems will develop students’ skills and arouse their passions for exploring and learning the world. The theoretical research method was used to determine the relationship between experience-based learning and stem education. Pedagogical experiments on stem experientical learning activities with the topic “making bio-products for environmental protection”in high schools are related to students’ awareness and skills of practical problem-solving, introduced through the plan to organizing stem experientical learning activities; the survey method is used to produce results about students’ attitudes and behaviors against positive and negative actions with environment. The paper may have implications for developing organizing experience – based learning activities in stem education. Published under licence by iop publishing ltd.