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Explore STEM at home and in the classroom with these interactive, hands-on activities. Learn more about LM’s work and find interactive, hands-on activities to celebrate this year’s 50th anniversary of Earth Day, links to educational resources and materials to download. New activities and resources will continue to be developed and added to keep students exploring.
DIY Activities and Curriculum
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. Join in on the fun and celebrate Earth Day 2020 with these cool, easy-to-do, at-home activities for you and your family. Grow a plant in a bottle, learn about recycling, turn the lights off, and discover all the ways you can Take Action at Home for Earth Day!
Interpretive Center Self-Guided Activities
Fernald Preserve Visitors Center
A student pours water into a model that shows how groundwater flows through underground soil layers.
Dirt is analyzed by a soil scientist for students.
Students pour baking soda into a beaker during a hands-on STEM presentation at the Weldon Spring Site Interpretive Center in St. Charles, Missouri.
A student volunteer holds an unfilled balloon during a STEM program at the Weldon Spring Site Interpretive Center in St. Charles, Missouri.
A student measures the amount of energy generated by a small wind turbine at the Weldon Spring Site Interpretive Center in St. Charles, Missouri.
A student learns how ecologists estimate plants in a large area.
A LM Support contractor, watches a Tohatchi High School student measure water into a beaker as part of a groundwater demonstration during a STEM-sation event at Tohatchi High School, located in Tohatchi, New Mexico.
LM Support contractors engage with a group of students during a STEM-sation event at Tohatchi High School, located in Tohatchi, New Mexico.
Monument Valley High School students prepare balloons for racing at the STEM-sation event in Kayenta, New Mexico.
A subject matter expert discusses soil science careers with an interested student.
LM Support contractors discuss the physics behind balloon rockets at a Diné College’s STEM Fest, in Tsaile, Arizona.