Science Friday’s virtual Sun Camp is a great way for families and educators to explore STEM with children ages 5-9. From now until mid-November, we'll update you weekly with educational resources about the Sun, give learners a chance to attend Q&As with experts, and provide additional learning opportunities.
Student video competitions engage the minds of future science communicators.
In this activity, students will devise an experiment to find out whether chia seeds are still able to grow after exposure to extreme conditions like the ones we may find on other planets. This activity was created by MAVEN Outreach and Education to help teach about NASA’s MAVEN mission to Mars.
Teenage girls learn computational design in a collaborative weeklong workshop at the New York Hall of Science.
Learn how insects have inspired engineers to make a robot that walks on the surface of water. Design your own water-walking critter using thin wire, and test its effectiveness: how many paperclips can it hold up using surface tension?