Stay at Home with STEM

Three girls working together on a science experiment

Do you like to take things apart? Have you ever asked why and how something works? Are you a builder, a problem solver, a maker, a thinker, an innovator? If you answered yes, learn more about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through immersive digital experiences, advice from today’s innovators and fun activities for junior high and high school students.


Explain how it’s done with HTML and CSS

Use coding to show someone how to make a video, how to draw, how to create cobblestone in Minecraft … whatever you’re good at!

Make lights glow without plugging them in

See how you can create electricity at your kitchen table without an outlet (and without a lightning rod).

Bees are nature’s florists. You can help give them a home.

With a soup can, some straws and a string you can make a 5 star honeybee hotel.

Who knew making paper airplanes could be a great way to learn physics?

 Learn the four forces of flight with this fun tutorial from U.S. Space & Rocket Center.

Learn how crystals are formed with this fun experiment using items you probably have in your house. 

The longer you let your crystal solution set, the more crystals you'll get. How many crystals are you going to make?

You don't need a computer science lab to become a code writing ninja. 

Two elementary-age girls coding on a computer
This virtual CoderDojo will give you everything you need to get started in the art of coding.

Give your brain a workout with this week's math problem! 

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And access years of fun problems if you're feeling like you're up for a math-marathon.

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