Science Activities and Resources
Things to READ, WATCH, and DO as you practice social distancing to help flatten the curve of COVID-19
If your students or children are learning from home, cyber learning, or hybrid learning during COVID-19, check out the parent and teacher resources below that can help you meet your goals, work toward extra credit, or supplement homeschool and classroom learning. Visit this page for educational resources, science activities, and suggestions for what to read, watch, and do with your children during this time. Plus, find simple science experiments you can do at home. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for science-y things to READ, WATCH, and DO! These resources can help with synchronous and asynchronous learning activities. We are here to help you keep your families occupied as we practice social distancing.
Find interesting and fun articles, books, and other resources to read for every age.
Watch behind-the-scenes animal videos, educational movies, and more.
Engage with your kids by doing fun science-y activities with ingredients you have at home.
FREE, virtual webinars!
Join local and national health experts on COVID-19, vaccines, and the immune system for a deep-dive panel discussion on vaccine science and safety, community health, and what’s next for public health.
Discover what to look for in the current night sky with Bite-Size Buhl Planetarium videos. Updated each week!
Teachers: Wow your students with an exciting live science assembly!
Each month, explore a different theme that inspires healthy eating.
Meet professional experts in various science and technology fields who discuss current and interesting topics and their experiences. All ages, but adult-level lecture.
Hub listing STEM education resources for pre-K through 12th grade in the southwestern Pennsylvania region.
Check out additional resources recommended by Science Educators throughout the museum.
Sign up for opportunities and tools to experience family fun and the very best in STEM learning.