We combed the internet to select the most useful and easy-to-use online resources featured by NASA.
NASA STEM ENGAGEMENT GRADES K-4
This page allows for easy navigation to hands-on-activities, puzzles, workbook pages, coloring pages, games, and links to audio storybooks. Activities are geared to engage young learners. https://www.nasa.gov/stem-at-home-for-students-k-4.html
NASA STEM ENGAGEMENT GRADES 5-8
This page allows for easy navigation to hands-on-activities, puzzles, online games, video series how to train like an astronaut, and guides of what to view in the night sky from your home. https://www.nasa.gov/stem-at-home-for-students-5-8.html
NASA STEM ENGAGEMENT GRADES 9-12
This page allows for easy navigation to sign up for online talks with NASA professionals, downloads to build model spacecraft, workbook pages, citizen science, and other engagement opportunities, plus video series: Be an Astronaut, Think Like a Rocket Scientist, and Take a Virtual Trip. https://www.nasa.gov/stem-at-home-for-students-9-12.html
The NASA EXPRESS newsletter brings activities to your inbox
Each weekly email features at-home activities to inspire learning and exploration. Find crafting ideas, science experiments with household items, and videos to watch as a family. Updates on workshops, internships, contests, and student challenges are also included. https://www.nasa.gov/stem/express.
Check out the ‘Explore NASA Science’ website! (also Spanish version)
NASA LIVE STEM ENGAGEMENT WEBINARS (some in Spanish)
View the list of current and future events for educators, administrators, and science enthusiasts across all levels. To sign-up for an event, click the Learn More buttons. Topics may include GLOBE Atmosphere & Clouds, Moon to Mars Propulsion, Tips for Parents teaching STEM at home, and Programa Comercial de Tripulación (CCP). https://www.txstate-epdc.net/event-post/
U.S. SPACE AND ROCKET CENTER: SCIENCE NEVER STOPS
This page is updated frequently with new activities that can be sorted by age appropriateness and interest. There are crafts including making a candy rover, experiments such as learning about air pressure by crushing a can, and videos on various topics that teach the basics of Venus and more! https://www.rocketcenter.com/scienceneverstops
WOMEN IN SCIENCE
This site is dedicated to acknowledging the many past and current contributions of women to science plus inspiring future generations. This page offers activities and links to further resources. https://chandra.si.edu/women/index.html#resources
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