2022 Virtual Tournament
April 4 to April 8
Supplemental Event Information:
Barge Building (If the video does not play, enable third-party cookies, use a different browser, or download to play on your device.)
Chopper Challenge (pdf)
Density (If the video does not play, enable third-party cookies, use a different browser, or download to play on your device.)
Straw Tower (Youtube Video)
Elements, Compounds, Mixtures
Straw Egg Drop / Straw Tower
NASA Space Corner
Special presentation from Brian Campbell, NASA Senior Earth Science Education and Communication Lead, to students in Delaware:
Looking at NASA Earth Science, the big picture, and the need for future scientists to continue the knowledge of our planet and how it responds to change.
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Science from Scientist - STEM learning activities that are designed to be done Away from the Classroom!
BioBus - Discover science. Interactive laboratory classes. Online resources and more!
PBS Learning Media - curated FREE, standards-aligned videos, interactive, lesson plans for students and parents.
Science Kid - interactive learning website that focuses on teaching children the wonders of science.
PhET - interactive and fun science-related website. Built and run by the University of Boulder, Colorado.
Brain POP - interactive science learning. It is a very active site for young students with a myriad of animations, movies, and short interactive quizzes.
Earth Science from NASA
Brian Campbell, Senior Earth Science Education and Communication Lead, from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s NASA Wallops Flight Facility, graciously shared the following resources:
NASA Earth Observatory for Kids (EO Kids) Learn about NASA through some great visuals and activities. EO Kids is written for audiences aged 9 to 14. It is published with support from NASA’s Landsat, Terra, and Aqua missions.
Elementary GLOBE. designed to introduce students in grades K-4 to the study of Earth system science
NASA Kids’ Club. Interactive stories about NASA science and research
Location: Wilmington University, New Castle Campus