Staying in? Keep learning with science activities that kids and families can do at home
Washington, D.C. — With lots of kids home from school, you might be looking for educational activities* that can be done without leaving the house. Here’s a quick roundup of NOAA’s most popular educational resources to help you safely hunker down while learning about the ocean and atmosphere.
Note: Now you can find all of these resources and more in our education at home resource collection!
- Check out webinars for kids in second through eighth grade from Woods Hole Sea Grantoffsite link.
- Mark your calendars! Florida Sea Grant is offering live Bite-sized Scienceoffsite link webinars starting just in time for Earth Day.
- Missing your favorite aquariums? Don’t worry! NOAA’s Coastal Ecosystem Learning Center Network has put together a list of fun virtual educational activities for all ages to enjoy at home.
- Explore our virtual exhibit booth to get educational resources we would have handed out at the National Science Teaching Association conference.
- Join Michigan Sea Grant for a series of fun-filled, family-friendly videosoffsite link jam-packed full of Great Lakes fun facts, activities, and daily challenges.
- Get to know Science on a Sphere Explorer™ with new demo videos from NOAA's Global Systems Laboratory.
- No desktop computer? This list of mobile-friendly resources from NOAA Satellites can help!