Radiation — Energy in Motion Online Program Materials
The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Legacy Management’s (LM) STEM with LM program invites students and educators to celebrate Nuclear Science Week year-round through a free online Radiation – Energy in Motion program. The self-guided program includes a STEM with LM award-winning video and downloadable activity packet to help students learn about radiation, where it comes from, and how LM uses radiological controls to protect human health and the environment. Materials are available under the Nuclear Science Week tab at energy.gov/lm/activities-and-resources-teachers. The program is designed primarily for upper elementary students but is open to all!
Additionally, LM invites you to visit one of its three interpretive centers for more fun activities during Nuclear Science Week: Atomic Legacy Cabin in Colorado, Weldon Spring Site Interpretive Center in Missouri, and Fernald Preserve in Ohio.