- Choose a topic from our list of options.
- Watch the accompanying video on your own and with your student(s) any time you want!
- Make sure to check out the accompanying free, Educator Resource Guide that comes with each topic for further instructional inspiration.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org and request additional instructional materials including: video slides, transcript & instructions/list of materials for support activity and ASL translated versions for hard of hearing.
Check out our list of STEM-mazing Virtual School Programs.
Explore concepts of materials science in an oozy, fun way with our new SLIME! exhibition. This highly interactive and tactile experience gives learners of all ages the opportunity to experiment with surface tension, viscosity, density, elasticity, vortices and even slime in nature!
Matter Splatter offers a unique opportunity for students to dive into the world of material science and engineering. Exploring how scientists’ ability to understand, control and combine materials produce some of the most advanced technology in existence today!
In this activity, students will turn milk into a moldable plastic by causing a chemical reaction that bonds protein molecules (casein) to create a polymer!
Did you know that fossils can tell stories? And Tinker — the most complete fossilized skeleton of a juvenile (or teenage) T. rex ever found — has plenty to share! What was life like for a young T. rex? How does the dinosaur era still impact us today? Imagine, experiment, and discover fun facts with the Discovery Center of Idaho and our resident T. rex, Tinker!