There are so many ways to have fun with STEM at home! We've partnered with people and organizations across Tulsa to bring you videos, STEM Challenges, and activities you can do as a family.
These activities are designed to use only items that are commonly found around the house, so there's no need to go to the store! Browse the list to discover ways to engage your family in science, technology, engineering, and math while you practice social distancing.
The NASA Oklahoma Space Grant Consortium explores rockets in this elementary adventure.
The NASA Oklahoma Space Grant Consortium teach how airplanes fly using lift.
The Tulsa Symphony looks at the science of music.
The Oklahoma Biological Survey and Sequoyah State Park explore STEM in nature.
Schlumberger explores the rock cycle.
Retired NASA astronaut Paul Lockhart takes students on a space adventure.
These challenges turn household items into STEM kits!
There's no need to go to the store for a special STEM activity. Green Country STEM professionals and partners have created challenges to keep you safe at home while your mind travels to new places!
Cut the screen time while you #stayhomewithSTEM! TRSA is #alonetogether with families practicing social distancing by teaming up with local partners to bring STEM in a Bag kits to public school grab-and-go food distribution sites.
Can't make it to a site? No problem! Each kit is designed to use household materials. Browse the list to find your next project!
Each STEM in a Bag kit is standards-aligned.
As families stay home to practice social distancing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we want to make sure they have the resources they need to keep their minds engaged! On this page, you’ll find a list of free websites, curricula, and STEM games. We will update it often as we strive to bring you the best.