S.T.E.M. / S.T.E.A.M. activities from home!

Follow NASA STEM on Facebook and check out their curated collection of STEM activities, coloring pages, experiments, puzzles and more on our website to help you experience. Visit the Site HERE

Kennedy Space Center

Kennedy Space Center has launched science lessons on Facebook Live.
“We are giving lessons on rocketry, from the Saturn 5 center. We’re teaching people how to make rockets at home from recycled materials that are probably lying around the house.” 
Parents also have online access to activity sheets and experiments, making spare time educational but fun. The sessions will take place Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:30 a.m. ET for young kids.
For older children, including those in high school, there will be programming starting at 1 p.m. 

Disney is offering online activities HERE.
With imagineering in a box, kids can learn how to build their own world, attractions and characters. 

Directed Drawing: Art for Kids Hub has EXCELLENT videos teaching kids how to draw anything from popcorn to dinosaurs to trolls.  The best part is the drawings come out looking amazing!  Art for Kids Hub does a great job of helping kids to feel confident in their drawing abilities by explaining step by step how to draw.

Check out the Science Channel’s videos series: How it’s Made
You can also view the videos on YouTube (note: this series is on YouTube so might need parent supervision)

Watch National Geographic Kids: Weird but True Videos (Did you know girls have more taste buds than boys do? see here)
National Geographic Kids: Vote for your favorite candy, learn about Women Heroes and take a personality quiz!

Make a Puppet!: Each Wednesday and Friday join The Center for Puppetry Arts on Facebook at @1pm for Make It! With these FREE guided workshops, you make a puppet at home. DETAILS HERE

Cooking: Free Digital Cooking Classes For Kids Every Week Day by Delish.com (on Instagram at 1p.m. EST.)

Archeology at Home!: – Free, Live Classes from the Midwest Archeological Center

Join in for the Archeology at Home series next week! Free and suitable for all ages, these presentations will provide an opportunity to learn about archeology and its role in the National Park Service. Topics will cover documenting, investigating, and preserving cultural resources. Participate in all six programs or choose just a few, it’s up to you! To connect, visit the website below a few minutes before your desired program is ready to start. No account is necessary, but you’ll need to enter a few things first. Questions? Contact mwac_distancelearning@nps.gov
Link to Class