DIY Nano Book
Book of Do-it-Yourself (DIY) hands-on activities about nanoscale science designed for use at home by children and adults.
NanoDays Collection Book
Digital book of all public engagement materials from NanoDays 2008-2015 designed to engage the public in nanoscale science, engineering, and technology and their impact on society impact on society.
Horton Senses Something Small
In this activity, young learners listen to the Dr. Seuss book "Horton Hears a Who," they look at small things using lenses and use their sense of smell to detect things that are too small to see.
Selected Books About Nano
This book collection features a select nano resources for reference, a gentle introduction to nano, as well as some children's books suitable for read-aloud story-times or to augment another programs.
How Small Is Nano? Book and Poster
Posters and banners for the Nanoscale project in various sizes in multiple formats. Formative evaluation and survey instruments for the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network.
Exploring Earth: Bear’s Shadow
In this activity, learners move a flashlight around an object to make and experiment with shadows, followed by reading a storybook.
Calendar of Seasonal Events and Holidays - STEM Throughout the Year!
Educators can find ideas for incorporating STEM content into holidays, seasons, annual events, and special events throughout the year.
Horton Hears a Who! Storytime
In this activity, learners make paper elephant ears to wear and listen to "Horton Hears a Who!" by Dr. Seuss before exploring scent molecules.
Alice In NanoLand
Alice In NanoLand book suitable for reading areas, story-times, or to augment a program; along with formative evaluation.
Alice in Nanoland 2010 Formative Evaluation
Formative evaluation for the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network.