NASCAR Hall of Fame is temporarily closed, but it’s put together a set of STE(A)M-driven activities for at-home learning for students in elementary through high school.
Check in each week, as they add new lesson plans and activities for all grade levels. If you have questions, contact the NASCAR Hall of Fame education team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can search through the activities by grade level or subject. Check out all the activities here.
Just a few of them:
- Engineer your race car: build a car using recycled materials
- Build a Race Track
- Chemistry in Action: learn about acid, base, reaction properties, and how car chemistry impacts racing performance
- KaPow!: Demonstrate how transfer occurs from potential to kinetic energy through a chemical reaction
- States of Matter: Understand what matter is and how matter can change (solid to liquid to gas)
NASCAR Hall of Fame Information (for when it reopens)
General Admission Prices:
- Adults: $25
- Youth (4-12): $18
- Seniors (65+, with valid ID): $22
- Military (with valid ID): $18
NASCAR Hall of Fame exhibits:
- RCR 50: Only in America: Celebrating five decades of Richard Childress Racing’s success, honoring the accomplishments of his family, his team members and the many people who helped build a NASCAR dynasty.
- Hall of Honor: Where NASCAR legends ar enshrined, celebrated and honored.
- Glory Road: Icons: 18 iconic cars are displayed
- High Octane Theater: Retrace NASCAR’s historic roots on the 64-foot project screen with surround sound.
- Race Week: Experience the sights, sounds and excitement of Race Week. Test an engine in the shop, take on the Pit Crew Challenge, and more.
- Heritage Speedway: Explore the competitive and technical history of the sport through authentic artifacts and multimedia experiences.
- Whelen Hall of Champions: The Whelen Hall of Champions honors the individuals who have risen to the top their sport.
- Racing Simulator: Get behind the wheel of one of eight NASCAR stock car replicas outfitted with iRacing technology, including one wheelchair accessible simulator.
More virtual events
Check out our big list of upcoming virtual events for kids, or look at a few of them here: