Students have been out of school since March due to COVID-19 stay at home orders nationwide. Although the stay at home orders help keep us safe, they have also limited opportunities for students participate in face-to-face STEM activities. As a result, the STEM Center started the STEM@Home series to stay connected with students and help parents, educators, and caretakers by creating STEM-related activities for at home learning. Now that summer is here, the learning doesn’t have to stop! STEM@Home will continue producing activities for students throughout the summer.
Photo: SIUE STEM Center’s Colin Wilson and his son, Eamon, created a variety of aliens as part of a STEM@Home learning activity.