TEACH's mission is to create an outlet for hospitalized children of all ages to passionately engage with the sciences through fun, interactive experiments. TEACH university and medical student volunteers bring educational, hands-on science activities to hospitalized children through in-person and online modules. Children have fun and learn about real-life concepts: they create silly putty to learn about polymers and use basic engineering to build boats that really float. Participants are challenged and empowered to think creatively in a way that changes how they view science, their hospital stays, and their lives - helping them cope with the trials before them. The organization expanded its online platform in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and through these virtual modules TEACH has been able to engage new volunteers and partners and broaden its impact for hospitalized children.