COVID19 lockdown measures have been implemented in more than 160 countries worldwide, affecting lives of billions of people. Schools will remain closed for months, and pupils around the globe are missing the practical and interactive aspect of learning. In particular, it will be impacting STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects, where learning is activity-focused. Furthermore, background of families further may limit their access to scientific activities, materials, or their ability to explain and demonstrate. This would further widen the gap in interest and uptake of STEM between socioeconomic groups.