STEM Resources

Also visit our MESA Activity Downloads page for the 37 STEM Grab & Go partner activities!


The New Mexico Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (NM EPSCoR) is building the state's capacity to conduct scientific research and is training a diverse, well-qualified Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) workforce.

350 New Mexico: Teaching Climate Change»

Climate change can be interwoven into many school subjects: Science, Environmental Studies, Language Arts, Theater, Social Studies, Digital Media, Civics, and more. Teachers can create opportunities to empower students in a wide variety of ways.

School Garden Resources for NM Teachers»

This website contains sub tabs that house various garden-based curriculum, lesson plans, resources, and helpful tricks of the trade from local teachers, agriculturists, and garden enthusiasts.


STEAM@work4kids is a new website where kids from age 8 - 12 can explore diverse STEAM careers and the diverse people who work in STEAM. Each blog page includes an interview, book suggestions to learn more about the topic, and fun websites where students can also learn more.

Northern NM STEAM Hub»

EXPLORE STEAM LEARNING @ HOME: Family-friendly and place-based learning ​in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Math for Northern New Mexico!

New Mexico Acequia Association»

The New Mexico Acequia Association offers culturally relevant and place-based educational presentations and hands-on learning opportunities to children and youth around New Mexico.

Math Snacks»

Host by NMSU, these smart educational animations, games, and interactive tools help mid-school learners better understand math concepts.

MarineLab: Key Largo, FL»

Student snorkeling programs are designed for groups of 9 students and 1 free chaperone aboard our small boats, or up to 18 students and 2 chaperones on our Big Boats. All MarineLab programs include snorkeling field trips to the seagrass, mangrove, and coral reef communities.

LANL Foundation Education Programming»

LANL Foundation relies on partnerships to achieve its mission to inspire excellence in education and learning that builds a Northern New Mexico community of individuals with the skills and confidence they need to be self-sufficient, lifelong learners.

Desert Oasis Teaching Garden»

The Desert Oasis Teaching Gardens inspire action today and plant seeds of hope for tomorrow by cultivating resilience to climate uncertainty through teaching ecological restoration and food production gardening.

PBS Learning Media»

PBS and your local station have curated FREE, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans, and more just for teachers like you.

NM State Parks»

Try something dynamic and new at a park near you! Parks are open for family-friendly day-use activities such as kayaking, fishing, birding, hiking, and wildlife viewing. Know before you go: check the NMSP website before your visit to learn about possible restrictions due to COVID-19.