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Family Quarantine Resource Guide: NASA STEM Activities

How can you keep kids entertained during the coronavirus crisis? Whether you’re a stay-at-home parent or working from home, there are plenty of ways to keep the whole family from going stir-crazy.

NASA STEM Activities for Families

NASA Offers STEM Activities for Families at Home During COVID-19 Outbreak



NASA wants to help kids all over the country affected by school closures due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The agency posted different STEM activities that kids can do at home with their parents and loved ones.

The activities range from making your own edible spacecraft to different puzzles. There’s even a tutorial on how to build a moon habitat or rockets in your backyard.

The best part about this is that most of the materials are things you probably already have at home — for instance straws, paper clips, and tape.




If the kids are in the mood to get creative through coloring, check out the coloring sheets available.



Looking for games? Games like ‘Go With the Flow’ can be found on the website, giving kids the opportunity to unlock hidden treasures under the sea.

From the earth, sun, universe, and everything in between, kids are really in for an adventure during this homeschooling period.

To get started, click here.