Whether you’re searching for STEM activities for the kids or just want to keep tabs on your favorite Academy creatures, we've curated an eclectic array of science-centric games, videos, and DIY projects to help you stay learning and engaged, wherever you are.
This week's livestreams (all times PT):
- Tuesday, September 15
- Wednesday, September 16
- 4:30 pm: Virtual Tour of Outer Space
- Thursday, September 17
- Friday, September 18
- 11:30 am: Cosmic Conversations w/ SETI
This week: Claude is 25 years young this Tuesday. Celebrate with us!
Explore the relationship between human & nature—good, bad, & complicated—through art, science, and storytelling.
Celebrate California Biodiversity Day (9/7) by heading outside and sharing your observations on iNaturalist!
Tune in for live, weekly mini-classes with Academy experts! Next up: A journey to mysterious islands.
Dr. Shannon Bennett, our Chief of Science, breaks down the science of COVID-19 in this new wikiHow video.
Geminid meteor shower, 2012 © Mike Lewinski
Know what's up with Morrison Planetarium's Skywatcher's Guide—a quarterly compendium of heavenly happenings.
Watch: Our video collections are optimized for K-12, but binge-worthy for science-lovers of all ages.
Video: Academy scientists are trying to understand what happens when we reintroduce fire to forests.
Join our planetarium presenters on Facebook for interstellar insights and activities from the final frontier.
No planetarium? No problem. We've made some of our award-winning dome shows available to enjoy from home.
Learn: Turn your living room into a classroom—or science lab!—with STEM activities and resources.
Download our 2020 Pocket Almanac to stay up-to-date on eclipses, meteor showers, satellite spottings, and more.
Meet Academy educators online from your home or classroom via interactive livestreams for K-8 students.
Find science activities to focus your field trip or lessons to integrate into your yearly curriculum.
You already have everything you need to embark on a DIY science adventure! Includes activities for K-12.
Play: Brain need a break? De-stress with these digital delights. (Warning: You may still learn something.)
Preview the winning images from the Academy's annual BigPicture nature and wildlife photography competition.
Take a peek at some of the oldest, rarest, and most amazing specimens in the Academy's research collections.
Add a splash of science to your video calls with over a dozen downloadable Academy-themed virtual backgrounds.
This kid-friendly app makes citizen science simple and fun. Earn badges for your plant and animal observations!