When:Saturday, April 22
Target Audience:General Audience
Explore these lessons and activities from NASA/JPL Edu to engage students in Earth Day on April 22. Get notified about upcoming events and the latest news from the education team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. › Sign up for email updates
Activities for Students
Exploring Earth Activities
Try these science and engineering projects, watch videos, and explore images all about the planet that we call home.
Learning Space With NASA at Home
Explore space and science activities students can do with NASA at home. Watch video tutorials for making rockets, Mars rovers, Moon landers and more. Plus, find tips for learning at home!
Resources for Educators
Teachable Moments: Celebrate Earth Day with NASA Science Data
NASA uses a fleet of satellites and science instruments to study our changing climate. Here’s how students can use that NASA data to do Earth science of their own.
Earth Science Lessons
Discover a collection of standards-aligned STEM lessons all about Earth and climate change.
Teaching Space With NASA
Hear from experts and education specialists about the latest missions and science happening at NASA as they answer your questions!
Teachable Moments: The Science of Wildfires
As wildfires burn over larger areas and longer portions of the year, NASA scientists are finding new ways to study their impacts on our climate and communities.
Teachable Moments: NASA's Eyes on Extreme Weather
Learn about the causes and effects of extreme weather including hurricanes, floods, droughts and wildfires, plus how NASA studies them.
Teachable Moments: NASA Mission Gets the View on Earth’s Water Resources from Space
Explore the water cycle and its effects on communities through the lens of a NASA satellite designed to track the movement of water around the globe.
Teachable Moments: The Science of Earth's Rising Seas
How do we know sea-level rise is happening and what’s causing it? Learn about the NASA satellites studying the problem and get students exploring the data through math.