Educator Toolkit – Atlanta Science Festival

Educator Toolkit

The Atlanta Science Festival is back March 13-27, 2021 with 90+ virtual, self-guided, and outdoor events for curious kids and adults. While the Festival is for all community members, the specific K-12 events and resources described on this page create opportunities to engage students and teachers in connecting classroom learning to enriching experiences throughout metro Atlanta. You can help most by staying informed and spreading the word to your colleagues, students, and their families.

  1. Subscribe to our Science ATL newsletter.
  2. Help your school, after-school program, PTA group, youth group, etc. learn more about the Atlanta Science Festival by sharing our flyer (below), including a blurb in your school’s newsletter or parent email, or giving us a shout out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linked In, etc – we are @AtlSciFest. Here is some sample social content you can use:
    The Atlanta Science Festival returns March 13-27, 2021 with 90+ virtual, self-guided, and socially-distant outdoor events. #AtlSciFest

Classroom Visits

Request a Virtual Classroom Visit by a local STEM professional as part of our Imagining the Future program. The visits will take place on March 12, 2021.

Air Quality Challenge

Register for our classroom-based air quality monitoring challenge in partnership with Emory University. The challenge will run February 13 through March 27, 2021.

City Science Quest

Uncover Atlanta’s innovations, discoveries, and STEM careers by completing missions from the comfort of your own home in this app-based scavenger hunt! Register here.

Classroom Flyer

Thumbnail of Atlanta Science Festival 2021 poster

Share our 8.5 x 11″ flyer with students, parents, and colleagues (PDF or PNG format).

Art of Science

Submit your original 2D or 3D artwork inspired by STEM to our Art of Science contest for Georgia artists under 18 years old. In partnership with the Georgia Tech Research Institute and the Museum of Design Atlanta.


2021 Atlanta Science Festival events will be announced February 13, 2021. While there will be no Expo in Piedmont Park this year, we are proud to present 90 virtual, at-home, and socially-distant outdoor events!

Also, explore our year-round community science events calendar at Science ATL.

Need A Scientist?

Looking for a STEM professional for your school event? We can help you find science fair judges, career day speakers, expo exhibitors, etc. Learn more at Science ATL’s new Volunteer Hub.

Connect With Us

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Other Great Opportunities

CS4GA Summit: Beyond Access, March 25-26, 2021. The summit is designed to convene Georgia educators and leaders to continue working together and go beyond access to achieve equity in computer science education for all our teachers and students. Hosted by the Constellations Center for Equity in Computing at Georgia Tech, in collaboration with CS4GA and the Georgia Department of Education.

Georgia STEM Day, May 7, 2021. Hosted by Technology Association of Georgia – Education Collaborative and featuring several Science ATL events and opportunities led by our Georgia Chief Science Officers youth leaders.

Web Resources

Connect to STEM Careers in Georgia

  • Explore Georgia STEM industries and the unanswered questions in science and engineering in ASF’s collection of web resources
  • See how STEM is a part of all kinds of exciting careers in Georgia in GPB’s Fast Forward web series

Get FREE lab supplies for your classroom

  • Visit Georgia BioEd Institute’s Equipment Depot to get free lab supplies and equipment for your school.

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