Outreach opportunities, downloadable resources, field trips, video content, and more.
More than ever, Native Americans are striving to improve education opportunities for their children and for generations to come, particularly in scientific fields in which their voices are not being heard. Lowell Observatory’s Native American Astronomy Outreach Program (NAAOP) has been working to enhance STEM education in Native classrooms since its founding by Lowell astronomers Dr. Deidre Hunter and Dr. Amanda Bosh more than 25 years ago.
Check out some of our new in-home science challenges for kids. Follow along with these DIY videos for some hands-on educational fun!
Give your students an educational field trip experience as unforgettable as they are.
Contact Todd Gonzales, Education Manager, for more information!
Need homework help? Our fabulous and friendly educators are on it!
Contact Jelena Lane, Lowell Event Coordinator, for more information!
Check out our digital image galleries for high-resolution telescope images, historical photos, and more!
As part of Lowell Observatory’s efforts to stay connected and continue our mission of science education, we are providing video resources that include live streams, kids’ activities, observing tips, educational series, and much more.
Field Trips and Camps
Field trips at Lowell are a truly unforgettable way to introduce your students to the wonderful world of astronomy. Students explore the stargazing technology of the past and present during a telescope tour, then learn about the universe and participate in fun experiments during one of our immersive science talks.
Lowell Observatory is proud to offer Lowell Observatory Camps for Kids (LOCKs). These hands-on day camps offer kids the opportunity to learn about STEM through activities such as science investigations, games, story time, music, engineering, art, and more. We currently offer three camps: LOCKs: Preschool, LOCKs: Elementary School, and LOCKs: Middle School.