Science Friday partners with educators and scientists to create free STEM activities, lessons, and resources for all learners.
Air Pollution Around The World
In this lesson, students will research how air pollution is generated and its impact on countries around the world before brainstorming creative solutions for a country of their choosing, and crafting a Public Service Announcement.
Learn About Classification Systems With Snacks
Learners build a classification system for sorting snack foods before leading a research and multimedia reporting project on the kingdoms of living things in this middle school science and ELA activity.
Use Engineering To Design A Solar Space Probe
Get hands-on as you use the engineering design process to build a solar space probe to investigate the Sun.
Use Magnetic Fields To Understand Space Weather
The interaction between the Sun’s solar winds and the Earth’s magnetic fields creates beautiful auroras. Learn why with hands-on experiments.
The Science Of Sunlight And Shadows
Experiment and model the light from the Sun as you explore the science of day and night, the seasons, and shadows.
The Awesome Energy Of The Sun
Experiment with the effects of ultraviolet light as you explore the electromagnetic spectrum from the Sun.
Gravity And Centripetal Force In Our Solar System
Become the Sun as you experiment with the many ways that motion, gravity, inertia, and centripetal force shape our solar system.
Make A Swirling Shaving Cream Sun Model
Join Week 1 of Sun Camp as we model our closest star with this crafty hands-on science activity using shaving cream and food coloring.
Bring The Artemis Mission Home With Hands-On Activities
Grab some supplies and try these hands-on STEM activities right at home to celebrate the Artemis mission to the Moon.
Design A Device That Can Safely Collect A Jellyfish
Jellyfish are delicate, which makes collecting samples from live specimens difficult. In this activity try to design a device that can safely collect jellyfish for research.