STEM at Home

Check out these resources from I highlighted a few activities, specifically choosing ones that have simple materials and a video. It’s just a sample of the science activities on their site, pick what works best for you and, as a scientist, be safe!

There’s more from NASA, the National Science Foundation, and the Smithsonian.

Many great ideas for science at home!

Explore Möbius Strips

Kids can try it at home with scrap paper, scissors, and tape. It’s very adaptable for different ages and abilities.

Watch the video to see what happens. Try it yourself.

Keep track of the number of twists before you tape the paper to find the pattern for how many twists results in how many loops.

It’s fascinating for both children and grownups!