Resource Library

Explore what resources INL has to offer through various flipbooks, available in English and Spanish, along with some links to useful resources for educators, students and families.

As students, teachers and parents adjust to learning at home, INL’s K-12 Education Program is dedicated to supporting these efforts. A team including 13 dedicated professional educators have been designing and testing lessons that can be used for remote learning. Each new activity is hands-on, aligned with curriculum standards, uses only items commonly found around the house, and is tailored for a specific grade range. Scroll through our “Learning at Home” library to download these lessons.

Here are some Tips and Tricks that may help your student learn at home. 

Learning from Home

Download STEM Lesson Plans for Remote Learning

What's New

Computer programmers solve real word problems by creating code that will analyze the problem and provide solutions. In this activity, students will write a code and then use plastic cups to demonstrate the code.


Learning From Home

Coding with Cups Lesson Plan
Build a Catapult Lesson Plan
Radio-Carbon Dating Lesson Plan
Biomass Basics Lesson Plan
Make an Atom
Make a Balloon Powered Recycled Car Lesson Plan
Make an Alka-Seltzer Powered Lava Lamp Lesson Plan
Popcorn Percent Increase Lesson Plan
Bird Beaks Lesson Plan
Generate Electricity with a Lemon Battery Lesson Plan
Build a Paper Roller Coaster Lesson Plan
Balance the Forces Within a Mobile Lesson Plan

Lesson Plans

Balloon Car Lesson Plan
C02 To the Rescue Lesson Plan
Earthquake Lesson Plan
Fermentation in a Bag Lesson Plan
Magnet Magic Lesson Plan
Plastic Egg Submarine Lesson Plan
Roving on the Moon Lesson Plan
Waterwheel Work Lesson Plan

Handouts

Balloon Car Handout
Bristlebot Handout
Candy Nuclear Reactor Handout
Chromatography Butterflies Handout
C02 To the Rescue Handout
Dominoes Handout
Earthquake Handout
Exploding Art Handout
Graphite Circuit Art Handout
Half Life of M&M's Handout
Solar Ovens Handout
VR Glasses Handout
Floating Garden of Magnets Handout

Educators

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What's New

Idaho National Laboratory has been a longtime sponsor of Science Trek, the 21-year-old Idaho Public Television show aimed at bringing elementary school students up to speed on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).


The American Nuclear Society and Discovery Education are providing the highest standard in nuclear science education with Navigating Nuclear: Energizing Our WorldTM. This new, dynamic, standards-aligned program invites students to explore the many applications of nuclear science and its impact on energy, healthcare, food, and the environment through an interactive suite of FREE middle school classroom resources.


Students

Click here to view resources useful to students

What's New

Idaho National Laboratory has been a longtime sponsor of Science Trek, the 21-year-old Idaho Public Television show aimed at bringing elementary school students up to speed on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).


The American Nuclear Society and Discovery Education are providing the highest standard in nuclear science education with Navigating Nuclear: Energizing Our WorldTM. This new, dynamic, standards-aligned program invites students to explore the many applications of nuclear science and its impact on energy, healthcare, food, and the environment through an interactive suite of FREE middle school classroom resources.


Helpful Links for Families

Click here to view resources useful to families

What's New

View the Idaho STEM Action Center Resource Portal for access to helpful online STEM resources for students and families.


Spanish-language STEM resources are incredibly important for teachers, students, and families. Here are six free CTIA (ciencia, tecnología, ingeniería, y matemáticas) educational collections and resources that may be useful.


Idaho National Laboratory has been a longtime sponsor of Science Trek, the 21-year-old Idaho Public Television show aimed at bringing elementary school students up to speed on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).


A Parent's Guide to STEM

STEM Career Opportunities at INL