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What kind of engineer are you? Take a quiz to find out and learn more about what engineers do!
Does water exist on other planets? Play this fun, informative game to find out!
Learn how NASA uses Remote Sensing to make discoveries about other planets.
Learn the basic shapes of some of the most famous celestial patterns by making your own constellation scope with materials you have at home!
Test how well different materials absorb heat. Do some materials get warmer than others in the sun? Do different colors make a difference?
Engineer a paper helicopter that spins to the ground when dropped. What happens as it falls? What happens if you change the wing shape?
Create a fun guessing game using toys from around your house in this activity that encourages kids to form and ask questions!
Explore the colorful and random patterns formed by mixing three simple household ingredients.
Compare your ecosystem with that of your favorite animal and explore how both ecosystems could change over time.
This fun activity challenges you to design a floating base that will keep a model house safe in a flood!
Go for a walk outside and use all your senses to observe the nature around you. What plants, animals, and insects can you identify?
In this fun home activity, you can test the pH of liquids in your kitchen using blueberries.
Help your child learn about engineering along with the importance of planning. Design, build, and test a trophy that can hold a sports ball.
How strong do you think air is? Could it hold up a feather? How about something heavier? Experiment and learn about air and what it can do.
What planet is the largest? Which one is farthest away? Explore classification methods in this fun, card sorting exercise.
How many technologies can you think of that give off light? That fly? That make fire? In English or Spanish.
These EiE activities in English & Spanish promote critical thinking and problem-solving. Brought to you by the Overdeck Family Foundation
Learn how NASA keeps astronauts and robots safe in space with this fun game!
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