have them form questionsParents - especially of young ladies - here is a site to check out: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7DdEm33SyaTDtWYGO2CwdA
The Physics Girl is an amazing YouTube channel of children and parents or all genders to have fun with science. If you are a fan of Bill Nye or Beakman, this is the science dudess for the next decade on.
What I have enjoyed most, is most of the science can be done at home! So, parents, I would encourage you to either watch these ahead of time and get the supplies (then hide them strategically - "wow! I have one of those in my shirt pocket") - or go on a scavenger hunt for supplies with your kids immediately afterwards to have fun with the science!
Teachers - here's a suggestion: integrate Dianna into your eLearning lesson materials. Have your students list observations they have made. From these observations, have them form questions. Can they turn these questions into predictions? Now you have a ton of content to explore science - keyed to your students interests! If they can add support to their predictions, you may be able to set them up with an in-class lab based on their hypothesis! Virtual students could participate from home!