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DIY Nano Book

Book of Do-it-Yourself (DIY) hands-on activities about nanoscale science designed for use at home by children and adults.
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DIY Nano App - iPad version

In this mobile interactive, learners experience and learn about nanoscale science, engineering, and technology at home or on the go with an iPad!
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DIY Solar System App

DIY Solar System makes it easy for families and educators to explore the solar system from anywhere, anytime!
Screen shot of the DIY Sun Science app with Children using DIY Sun Science app activities

DIY Sun Science App

DIY Sun Science for iPhones/iPads and Android devices is designed to make it easy for families and educators to learn about the Sun anywhere, anytime.
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Online Workshop Recording: Celebrating Earth Day 2020 at Home

Online professional development workshop recording (2020).
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Exploring the Solar System: Asteroid Mining

In this activity, learners imagine the challenges and opportunities of asteroid mining by drawing their own asteroid mining machines.
Group of learners examine color diffusion on various papers

Chemistry is Colorful

In this activity, learners try to solve the mystery of which ink came from what marker by using colorful paper chromatography.
A learner gives commands to another learner who is blindfolded and is navigating a obstacle course.

Exploring the Solar System: Mars Rovers

In this activity, learners must work together to navigate a large obstacle course, similar to how scientists and engineers communicate with rovers to explore distant worlds.
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Exploring Earth: Paper Mountains

In this activity, learners make unique mountain models from crumpled paper and watching how water moves across them.
a learner creates and draws an extremophile that could live on another planet

Exploring the Universe: Imagining Life

In this activity, learners imagine extreme environments that may exist beyond Earth and create living things that could thrive there.