COVID-19 STEM Grab & Go half or full page activities: please check the layout before printing. These partner activities were first released on Thursday, March 26, 2020. New activities will be uploaded twice weekly thru July 30, 2020.
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NM MESA Gravity Drop activity in English (pgs. 1-2) & Spanish (pgs. 3-4)
Wild Friends Sensory Trail activity English (pgs. 1-2) & Spanish (pgs. 3-4)
BEMP Bird Migration & Adaptation activity in English (pgs. 1-2) & Spanish (pgs. 3-4)
ABCWUA Make a Cloud activity (English/Spanish)
Nature Matters Academy Daily Nature activity in English (pgs. 1-2) & Spanish (pgs. 3-4)
Bosque School Math Department activities in English/Spanish
UNM SOE Lava Lamp activity (pg. 1) and Make a Mask in English (pgs. 2-3) & Spanish (pgs. 4-5)
CUIDAD Soil & Water Conservation District Don’t Trash Our Rio in English (pg. 1) & Spanish (pg. 2)
DOTG Soil Composition Test in English (pgs. 1-2)
UNM SOE Speed of Light in English/Spanish
ABCWUA Leaky Faucet activity in English/Spanish
TTYL Bird Basics 3: Beaks & Bills in English
content from the NM Museum of Natural History & Science to be uploaded for Tuesday, June 2nd
** Pre-school BONUS! Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC) Mud Play in English/Spanish (May 2020)
NM MESA “AT HOME” LESSON PACKETS
Each lesson packet can be completed by MESA students at home with minimal use of materials and computer access. Do all five lessons for the week and send the completed packet (or answers/photo) to your MESA advisor or to MESA (email@example.com) to earn more points toward your Loyalty Award!
Advisors - From Ponderosa to Prickly Pear: Exploring the Native Plants of NM, 6-12th grade curriculum.
Kadenze brings together the world's leading colleges, universities, and industry partners to provide the best online courses in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Design, Music, and Math.
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.
Teachers & Leaders: We're here to support you. Check out these great resources we've curated.
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.
Math Circles bring K-12 students or K-12 mathematics teachers together with mathematically sophisticated leaders in an informal setting, after school or on weekends, to work on interesting problems or topics in mathematics.
Smart educational animations, games, and interactive tools that help mid-school learners better understand math concepts.
For Girls - Encouraging girls to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
Nuclear Science can be understood by children of all ages, and the perspective of the world it gives them will open their minds to endless possibilities.
Advisors - Access resources aligned to The Nature Conservancy's research and designed specifically for a K-12 audience and classroom use.
New Mexico Wildlife Federation's mission is to inspire New Mexicans to conserve public landscapes, watersheds, and wildlife for our children's future.
Science @ Home. The museum and other educational institutions around the country are offering these resources while schools are closed because learning never stops!