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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) to earn more points toward your Loyalty Award!
Great overview of New Mexico STEM education, including all of our NM MESA school campuses, regional and state offices.
Try something dynamic and new at a park near you! Parks are open for kayaking, fishing, birding, hiking, camping, wildlife viewing and special events for all ages.
A statewide collaborative effort to promote STEM-H education in New Mexico.
Ocean & coasts, climate, weather & atmosphere, marine life, freshwater, special topics and events. Click on Resource Collections > Special Topics > Hands On Science Activities to have fun.
Energy related resources for K-12 from the U.S. Department of Energy.
PEEC offers a variety of field trips and classroom visits to enrich your curriculum and familiarize your students with the natural world in Los Alamos County.
PBS and your local station have curated FREE, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans, and more just for teachers like you.
We support educators in this meaningful, honorable work with student-centered, innovative, engaging products, activities, and curriculum and unparalleled support – that’s the Pitsco Experience.
For Girls - Project Scientist is the leading summer STEM academy for girls, offering tailored science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curriculum for girls ages 4 to 12 on university campuses.
The Sandia Mountain Natural History Center (SMNHC) has a comprehensive suite of materials that will support and enhance your students' field experience.
Over 1,000 science project ideas and highlights STEM careers.
For Girls - A broad national outreach effort to encourage educators, both formal and informal, to adopt new, research-based strategies to engage girls in STEM.