Welcome to Stuck at Home Science! When you're stuck at home, come here to continue your child's science learning with our easy to follow activities. This space is designed for families to explore, investigate and have fun learning together without leaving home. All activities use easy to find household supplies, and are appropriate for a variety of ages.
Thursday, April 30, 2020
Monday, April 27, 2020
On this channel, the company's founder Brian shares his favorite science experiments, games, and art projects from his decade of experience as a summer camp creator. These videos are step-by-step guides with explanations, so you can follow along at home or just watch for fun.
May 5th-12th: Save the Dates
You are invited to take part in a free, interactive, week-long video showcase event that will feature over 170 federally funded projects. Projects showcase their innovations in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Science education in formal and informal settings.
View videos of interest, post queries and feedback to the presenters, and vote for your favorites. Thousands of researchers, K-12 educators, higher ed faculty, administrators, policy makers, aspiring investigators, graduate students, and parents will take part. We look forward to your active participation in May! Bookmark this site.
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
Each NSTA Daily Do presents a phenomenon and guidance for engaging students with practices for sensemaking. Thousands of teachers nationwide took advantage of Daily Do last week. Visit the NSTA homepage to see the entire Daily collection.
Teachers and families across the country are facing a new reality of providing opportunities for students to do science through distance and home learning. The Daily Do is one of the ways NSTA is supporting teachers and families with this endeavor.
We encourage families to make time for family science learning (science is a social process!) and are dedicated to helping students and their families find balance between learning science and the day-to-day responsibilities they have to stay healthy and safe.
Monday, April 13, 2020
April 14: The Moon and mini-planet paradeNo matter where you live, if you look at the predawn sky on Tuesday, April 14, 2020, you will see the illuminated side of the moon pointing to a line of three bright planets – Jupiter, Saturn and Mars. Jupiter starts the row at the top, Mars lies at the bottom and Saturn in the middle.
The moon and the trio of planets will shine together on the mornings of April 14, 15 and 16. Not to miss this amazing naked-eye sight and great photo opportunity, use the stargazing app Star Walk 2. The app will show you where to look in the sky to find the planets and will help determine the best viewing time for your location.