Bring Immersive Science
to Your Kitchen Table!
Are you excited to start doing hands-on community science in the safety and comfort of your own home? Well, you should be!
School may be out but being a steward scientist will always be in. There are lots of ways to social distance and explore the outdoors, even from your kitchen table!
Subscribe to our YouTube channel now to follow along with our Naturalist Educators as they explore the natural world and host experiments that will have you exploding with excitement.
Companion Resources for Videos
Some Student Stewards Science Videos have additional resources, such as Scientific Journals or coloring pages, that go along with the video. Download and print the corresponding documents to learn even more while you watch the video! You'll also find other links to outside resources if you want to keep investigating the topic. (These links are also located in the YouTube video descriptions)
This spring, the Parks Foundation participated in the Nevada Department of Wildlife's Trout in the Classroom Program! NDOW provided us with a tank habitat and Rainbow Trout eggs that we were able to observe as they developed, hatched, grew, and eventually were released! So use the resources and videos below to learn about all things trout!
Distance Learning Resources
Looking for more fun experiments, activities, games, and crafts to do at home? Check out the Distance Learning Lessons created by our Naturalist Educators! Just click, download, print, and have fun learning. And if you're working on the Washoe County School District Distance Learning packet, you're in for a treat because these lessons go along with those packets!
About our Naturalist Educators
All our Educators:
Hold at minimum a bachelor's degree in a STEAM-related field
Are passionate about the natural world and
Are excited to continue sharing their love of science and the outdoors with you at home through video lessons and at-home activities, crafts, experiments, and more! Click here to meet our Educators!