Cell Coloring Book
Check out this cell image coloring book from ThermoFisher Scientific. Enjoy adding color to nuclei, membranes and more!
Use the elements of art to make sense of space and planetary features - dive into the potential of science and art to inspire and empower each other!
How can you turn food waste into soil perfect for a garden? Keep track of additions and observations made over time!
Cotton Ball Launcher
Keep those toilet paper tubes! Make a cotton ball launcher and learn about different types of energy.
Create DNA model with candy or any other materials you have around. Advanced students are challenged to create a more accurate model!
Pilot the SpaceX Dragon 2 vehicle to the International Space Station using this simulator and familiarize yourself with the actual interface used by NASA Astronauts.
Put the "art" in Artemis (NASA's space program to explore the moon) with a guide to draw NASA's Space Launch System rocket.
Energy Scavenger Hunt
Complete this scavenger hunt to discover your own community's energy footprint! Will need to search for answers online.
Equal parts water, sugar, and instant coffee to create "Fluffy Coffee" - does a kid friendly version exist? Think about what each ingredient does and try to come up with your own recipe!
Lost at the Forever Mine
Explore mathematical modeling that scientists and engineers use to describe data and predict future outcomes!
Master Mix Cookies
Make a master mix with your favorite cookie dough base! Add your own mix-ins as a variable to demonstrate the benefits of a scientist’s master mix.
Get outside during the month of May with this local activity - Move It Madison! Each activity is free, fun and healthy. Track your progress, tally your points, and enter to win prizes!
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.
Design and build a parachute to successfully land an “egg-stronaut” using the Engineering Design Process from NASA.
Create a rain gauge to track rainfall in your area. Could you make your own devices to determine wind speed/direction and air pressure to complete a daily weather report?
Rube Goldberg Machine
Can you design a complex contraption to start a chain reaction to perform a simple action? Try a minimum of four steps and complete it inside or outside!