A NASA activity book that you can color while also learning about the Space Launch System!
Adopt A Tree
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day this year with an outdoor activity to appreciate trees.
Take an indoor or outdoor quest to learn more about nature. Listen to birds, play bird games, and observe the outdoors.
A great outdoor activity - all you need is a ball and some open space. Build an exercise routine around a word!
Create a balloon car - decorate it and see how far it can go! Be creative with your materials.
Water, food coloring, and flour or cornstarch can be used to make this sidewalk chalk paint!
Create a video game that lets players explore Mars with a helicopter like the one attached to NASA's Perseverance rover!
Put the "art" in Artemis (NASA's space program to explore the moon) with a guide to draw NASA's Space Launch System rocket.
Take eggs and submerge them in any liquids you have - Make note of your observations and see how the egg changes!
A clear container, oil, water, food coloring, and bubbling tablets. There - you've got yourself a lava lamp!
Create a flip book that allows you to track the moon phases and make observations over the next mont
With only milk, soap, and food coloring, watch your colors explode! But what if you substitute the milk for a different liquid...?
This activity is designed to illustrate the idea that small things are best built using small tools. Try completing any intricate task!
Visit a favorite museum of yours - virtually. Many are offering online programs and activities for science at home! Here's a virtual tour from a science and nature museum.
Are you taking time to observe nature? These Bingo cards with different themes can be used sitting outside or on a Nature Walk!
Origami, the art of paper folding, has applications in engineering, biological systems and more. Here is an application of origami used by NASA!
Make a paper airplane and change the structure to see how it affects the flight of the plane.
Design and build a parachute to successfully land an “egg-stronaut” using the Engineering Design Process from NASA.
One play dough recipe - endless possibilities! Try out this recipe that doesn't require cooking and start creating.
A coin and an open space is all you need to perform this random walk activity. See where you end up!
Recycled Bird Feeder
Create a bird feeder from recycled materials to show how we can reuse things that would normally be destined for trash or recycling!
Take on the role of a chief engineer for an important NASA mission - build your own spacecraft from materials you can find around the home!
Try out any of these five recipes for invisible ink - All of them can be written on ordinary white paper.
Create a chemical reaction with vinegar to dissolve these baking soda snowballs - pack durable toys inside for extra fun!
Space School Musical
This "hip-hopera" uses song and dance to introduce space objects. Watch the videos - learn the lyrics! Plus: academic, art, fitness and life skills activities exist for each song.