NASA Science at Home
Welcome to the Science page for #NASAatHome! We want to be sure that every student, educator and lifelong learner has access to the resources and inspiration of NASA to continue their studies or enrich their ongoing journey. Below you will find access to everything from formal lesson plans to amazing imagery and stories about how science and exploration are lifting our world. There will also be ongoing opportunities to chat and interact with scientists directly. We know there’s a community of space science enthusiasts worldwide, and we want to provide a place to connect and to share the discoveries that continue to unfold.
Please share your stories with us about what you’re learning and how you’re using digital resources to continue your education during this time. Use #NASAatHome. We look forward to hearing from you, and keep checking back often as we add new content to the page.
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These activities can be performed on a computer, phone or tablet.
Use these activities for experiential learning.
Always follow guidelines from your local officials, and only participate in outdoor activities where it is safe.
Do real NASA science with real NASA data and make real scientific discoveries from the comfort of your home.
These activities are best suited for young elementary learners.
These activities are best suited for older elementary learners.
These activities are best suited for middle school learners.
These activities are best suited for high school learners.
Find podcasts, e-books, virtual tours, and more activities from across NASA.
A gateway for everyone to engage in NASA through prizes, challenges, and crowd sourcing.
Dr. Zurbuchen, Associate Administrator for NASA Science Missions, talks about how we are a species of explorers.
Research Physical Scientist
Go behind-the-scenes alongside our experts to explore the secrets of the universe.
Monthly video series that dives into topics like insights from the Apollo missions, the mysteries of the Sun, and the search for planets like our own.
Instructions for making things like rockets, Mars rovers and Moon landers out of materials you have at home – or with templates you can print out.
More science and technology activities you can do at home.
A searchable collection of resources that incorporate NASA content and have been subject to peer review.
Videos about the Earth, sun, solar system and beyond.
NASA EDGE takes a unique look in and around the greatest space program on the planet.
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Earth Observatory for kids is written for audiences aged 9 to 14.
Find activities and resources by NASA Center
GLOBE materials have been translated into multiple languages.?
Translated into multiple languages, these books introduce young learners to concepts of Earth system science.
Earth and Space activities for kids.
Make environmental observations to help scientists studying Earth and the global environment.