STEM Science at Home

The Hill Aerospace Museum Reynolds Aerospace Center for Education now has a resource page dedicated to engaging you and your family in STEM activities you can do in your home. From weekly STEM challenges created by the STEM Action Center, to other educational resources aimed at teaching you new STEM skills. There are even opportunities to take virtual tours of some of the world’s most prestigious museums.

Click on the Links below for some fun, at home, STEM activities!

Utah STEM Action Center

The Utah STEM Action Center has provided a resource loaded with STEM activities you and your family can do in your own home. HAVE FUN!

The Smithsonian Science Education Center

The Smithsonian Science Education Center provides a resource page full of activities and videos aimed at every age of the family. Check it Out!

Clark Planetarium

The Clark Planetarium providesSTEM activities for children of all ages and grade levels. Subjects ranging from Straw Rockets to Solar Power S'mores. There will something that sparks your interest!

The Exploratorium

Hungry for fresh, exciting science activities based in amazing phenomena? The Exploratorium's Science Snacks are hands-on, teacher-tested, and use cheap, available materials. Satisfy your curiosity without ever getting full.

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

The Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum maintains the world's largest and most significant collection of aviation and space artifacts, encompassing all aspects of human flight, as well as related works of art and archival materials. Here are some online/interactive exhibits.

NASA - STEM at Home for Kids & Families

NASA's Office of STEM Engagement maintains a wide variety of materials for students and educators to learn about NASA programs. NASA STEM@HOME has materials and activities for students in kindergarten through fourth grade and for kids in grades 5 through 8. Cool stuff here!


With school moving online and kids being home all day, 2News Meteorologist Lindsay Storrs wants to help you out during this chaotic time. Every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 9:30 am, she'll be giving a little science lesson on KUTV’s Facebook page, Twitter page, and These lessons are generally about 10-15 minutes long and include an explanation of weather or other science topics, and will usually include a science experiment or weather instrument you can recreate at home. Lindsay's recorded lessons are found here!