Each week after our classroom visit, our scientists will post a description of the lesson that was taught, along with some photographs of the activities that the students worked on. For many of our lessons, there will also be a follow up activity that the students can do at home to continue the learning started at school. Check back after each visit to see inside the classroom!
Follow Up Science Activities
Thinking about how to continue science learning at home? Try some of our student follow up activities! These fun science activities can be done at home with just a few easy to find supplies.
For more fun ideas for science activities at home, check out this website sent to us by Aubrey. SfS wishes Aubrey good luck in her journey to become a teacher! Bottle Rockets and Other Educational Crafts
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Science from Scientists has partnered with the Whitehead Institute to offer week-long science programs that run over February vacation and during the summer months. These programs allow middle school students the chance to work closely with real scientists and explore different fields of science – from solving a mystery to exploring biology. Learn more about our Vacation Programs or contact email@example.com for more information and pricing.
Science Fair Resources
We believe that participation in science fairs stimulates students to develop inquisitiveness, creativity and reasoning power. Early hands-on experiments allow students to see the applicability of science in the everyday world. See our programs for a description of how we can help Massachusetts organizations with science fairs. If you are located elsewhere, we hope you find the following links helpful.
- All About Science Fairs — Guidance for parents
- Choosing a Topic: Ideas for your project — Appropriate for both middle & high school
- Developing a Project Idea — Steve Spangler discusses the basics of turning a scientific curiosity into a science fair project
- Discovery’s Science Fair Central —
- Science Buddies —
- So You Have to Do a Science Fair Project — Book
- Strategies for Winning Science Fair Projects — Book
- The Art of Science: A Practical Guide to Experiments, Observations, and Handling Data — Book
- What Makes a Good Project? —
Episodes of the “Dr. Erika Show” make science accessible and entertaining for elementary and middle school students across New England. The show was executive produced by Joshua Seftel, an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker who has produced educational programs for NOVA, PBS and WBGH. Its host, Dr. Erika, is a 2004 graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and earned a Ph.D. in biochemistry from the Boston University School of Medicine in 2012. She was also crowned Miss Massachusetts in 2004. Leveraging Dr. Erika’s unique background, the show is designed to teach children about science, break stereotypes and make STEM subjects more approachable and entertaining for children.