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Science Trek: Educator Resources

Science Trek offers a wealth of materials specifically for teachers. Each topic site includes several tabs with a wealth of information. Click on the “Educators” tab in each…  learn more

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NASA Science: Space Place

Mission. Explore Earth & Space. Launched in 1998, NASA Space Place's mission is to inspire and enrich upper-elementary-aged kids' learning of space and Earth science online through fun…  learn more

K-12 TeachEngineering

The TeachEngineering Digital Library is an educational resource featuring standards-aligned, design-rich curricula. Our goal is to help educators put the ‘E’ in STEM— by making applied science, technology,…  learn more

2024 Solar Eclipse Headquarters

Kids Discover Online. On April 8th, 2024, you and your students may be able to take in a rare cosmic treat - a total solar eclipse! Let Kids…  learn more

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Elementary Science Projects

Designed for PreK through 4th grade, these hands-on activities and experiments focus on tactile subjects like bubbles, magnets, and ladybugs. There are also helpful hints and project ideas…  learn more

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Science Fair Survival Guide

This guide takes your child through all the steps of creating a successful science fair project, from choosing a project and conducting research, to writing up a report…  learn more

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Generation Genius: K-8 Science Videos for Kids

Although students often learn much about computers by disassembling them (as folks have experienced with every technological advance), museums exhibits and workshops reveal the inner workings of the…  learn more

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SciShow Kids

From the team behind the YouTube series SciShow comes SciShow Kids! Join Jessi, Mister Brown, Squeaks the Robot Lab Rat, and all their friends at the Fort as…  learn more

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EdHeads

We inspire K12 students to pursue STEM careers through games! Edheads stands at the intersection of the STEM employee pipeline and equity. We reach students from all walks…  learn more

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Maria Mitchell: America’s First Woman Astronomer

Maria Mitchell (pronounced Ma-RYE-ah) was an astronomer, librarian, naturalist, and educator. She discovered a telescopic comet in 1847, for which she was awarded a gold medal by the…  learn more

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Smithsonian Science Education Center: Curriculum & Resources

The Smithsonian Science Education Center (SSEC) is transforming K-12 Education Through Science™ in collaboration with communities across the globe. To achieve our mission, we have three goals: STEM…  learn more

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Science Penguin Free Resources

Upper Elementary Science Resources (Grades 3-5)  Sign up for instant access to over 60 free resources from The Science Penguin.  We included digital resources, notebook templates, organizational tools,…  learn more

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Science Lesson Plans

The digital resources, tools, and learning materials are developed by educational experts to incorporate leading pedagogical practices. They are useful in any type of teaching moment and many…  learn more

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Science Buddies

Science Buddies mission is to inspire and educate students of all ages with hands-on STEM explorations that reflect their unique personal interests. By providing highly personalized educational experiences, we drive…  learn more

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Project Noah Nature School

A global community of nature enthusiasts,  photographing and learning about wildlife.  learn about wildlife from experts in our community and your favorite wildlife spotters. The spirit of Project…  learn more

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Science Project Ideas

Custom projects for Grades 1-4 (Primary Projects). The projects are suitable for beginners. Students should be encouraged to make personal observations and maybe keep a science journal of…  learn more

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Weather Wiz Kids: Hurricanes

I’m meteorologist Crystal Wicker. I designed Weather Wiz Kids® especially for children to allow them to learn more about the fascinating world of weather. It’s also a wonderful educational…  learn more

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Weather Wiz Kids

I’m meteorologist Crystal Wicker. I designed Weather Wiz Kids® especially for children to allow them to learn more about the fascinating world of weather. It’s also a wonderful educational…  learn more

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Easy Science for Kids

EasyScienceForKids.com, is the choice free online resource for tutors, teachers, parents and educators and where young kids enjoyably learn all about science through our extensive articles, free science…  learn more

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15 Great Science Experiments for Kids

As teachers and parents, we all know that kids learn best when they are engaged and motivated. Hands-on activities are one of the best ways to get kids…  learn more

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ASP: K-12 Educational Activities

Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Many of the ASP Programs, through the Education Staff, have produced science-rich, astronomy activities, materials, and kits used by educators, families, amateur astronomers,…  learn more

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SciStarter: Education

One of the most important aspects of the SciStarter mission is to help people of all ages discover and get involved in real-world science: citizen science.  When we…  learn more

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37 Engaging Earth Day Activities for Elementary Students

This series of engaging classroom activities, creative art activities, inventive reading and writing lessons, fascinating science experiments, and interactive videos are designed to inspire a love of nature…  learn more

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Simplify Science

Most science curriculum is created for classrooms with a full science block and funding for materials. Simplify Science™ provides engaging labs and activities that help teachers confidently teach…  learn more

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26 Science Experiments for Spring

Celebrate spring with these free science and engineering lessons, projects, and activities for enriching hands-on STEM related to spring weather, flowers, plants, and more!  Science Buddies Lesson Plans contain…  learn more

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Kesler Science for Free

Teachers need high-quality lessons that make prep time faster and easier - without sacrificing the creative, personal touch they bring to their classes. That's why Kesler Science offers thousands of engaging, editable lessons and activities for…  learn more

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Kesler Science: FREE 4th - 8th Grade Science Lessons

Sign up and examine free lessons and activities for 4th-8th grade science at your fingertips.  learn more

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Science Kids

Science Kids is the online home of science & technology for children around the world. Learn more with our fun science experiments, cool facts, free games, activities, lesson…  learn more

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Science Kids: Lesson Plans

Enjoy a wide range of fun science lesson plans featuring educational activities for kids, ideas for teachers, free online resources and more to help bring interactive, hands on…  learn more

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Scientific Observations Worksheets and Choice Board

Help students learn how to apply the scientific method and develop their observation skills with this choice board of hands-on science experiments and activities. Perfect for general science…  learn more

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Kids Go Green: Reducing Food Waste

Learn about the impact of food waste on the environment in this video animation from WNET. In this clip, students discover ways to reduce food waste. Refer to the…  learn more

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PBS Learning Media: SciGirls

SciGirls has the bold goal of changing how millions of girls think about science, technology, engineering and math—or STEM. Each half-hour episode highlights the processes of science and…  learn more

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PBS: Human Impact of the Environment

Human Impact on the Environment is a collection of resources that shows real-world effects of our actions on the environment. The collection supports teachers who wish to integrate environmental…  learn more

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PBSKids: Spring Changing Seasons

Join PBS KIDS and explore Spring. Learn about the parts of a plant, seeds, and about how plants grow through media clips, extension activities, articles, and crafts. Share…  learn more

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Children and Nature Network

Grass-roots efforts to solidify connections between children and nature are growing. The Children and Nature Network illustrates the benefits to children of direct experience with nature on a…  learn more

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Beakerz Science Made Fun

At-home Science Activities & Experiments.  Looking for a way to bring science lessons into your home? Beakerz Science boxes offer engaging and fun science lessons for Pre-K through…  learn more

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PBSKids: Play and Learn Science

Play and Learn Science App Play with shadows, control the weather, roll and slide objects down a ramp, choose the best materials for an umbrella – all while…  learn more

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MightyOwl: Science

Fun and engaging Our videos, quizzes and worksheets prepare and support learners in a truly fun and engaging way Mighty and serious Our materials are developed by teachers…  learn more

Zone 7 Water Agency

ZONE 7 LESSONS Lessons are aligned with the Next Generation Sciences Standards for TK-12 content, created and taught by certified educators. Funded by Zone 7 and supported by…  learn more

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Atomic Heroes

We envision a world where everyone is curious about the fundamental truths of the universe all around us. We believe that when we learn to be curious and…  learn more

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9 IMPACTFUL EARTH DAY ACTIVITIES AND RESOURCES FOR GRADES 3-6

Why is it Important to teach about Earth Day? By raising awareness about the importance of taking care of our environment, we would be ensuring that our planet…  learn more

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Teach Your Students How To Write Like a Scientist With These Sentence-Starter Posters

Most elementary students love science class: testing the speed of a vehicle they built, observing an animal in its habitat, making a model of the water cycle. All…  learn more

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Imagine Learning: Twig Science Curriculum PreK-8

Discover a comprehensive, NGSS-aligned science program full of exciting, real-world STEM challenges that spark student engagement and a long-lasting love of science. Twig Science is a phenomena-based, multimedia…  learn more

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PBS Learning Media: Curious George: Ramp-n-Roll

George must figure out how to build a ramp so that Hundley, a little dachshund, can get out of a basement window in this video excerpt from Curious…  learn more

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PBS Learning Media: Curious George STEM

Active learning begins with curiosity! The Curious George STEM Collection is a great way to help young children understand science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) concepts, such as measuring, building,…  learn more

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Teach Engineering: Lessons

Browse K-12 STEM Curriculum. The TeachEngineering Digital Library is an educational resource featuring standards-aligned, design-rich curricula. Our goal is to help educators put the ‘E’ in STEM— by making applied science,…  learn more

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NASA Space Place: Educator Resources

Mission Launched in 1998, NASA Space Place's mission is to inspire and enrich upper-elementary-aged kids' learning of space and Earth science online through fun games, hands-on activities, informative…  learn more

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Ecosystem for Kids

Ecosystem for kids is free website packed with loads of interactive materials for kids and educators. We have carefully aligned our materials to the science curriculum with activities developed for…  learn more

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15 Videos That Bring Kids to the Farm

There’s so much great learning to be done around the topic of farms. Teaching agriculture in the classroom can cover everything from animals and nutrition to sustainability and…  learn more

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NASA Climate Kids

NASA's Climate Kids website tells the story of our changing planet through the eyes of the NASA missions studying Earth. Targeting kids ages 8 and up, the site…  learn more

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Live Programs for Young Animal Lovers

From Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s Conservation Biology Institute, Conservation Classroom is a collection of lessons for K–5 students that include live virtual programs each month, from September through May. Each lesson has four elements: Wonder (preprogram videos that introduce the monthly…  learn more

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Conservation Classroom

Smithsonian’s National Zoo & Conservation Biology Institute. Conservation Classroom is a collection of monthly lessons for K-5 students. Each lesson has four elements: wonder, engage, act and connect.…  learn more

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Fun Daily Activities for Earth Science Week

Earth Science Week is October 8-14, and it is the perfect time to show our appreciation for our home planet! Each day of the week focuses on specific…  learn more

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Teach Chemical Reactions - 20+ Chemistry Lessons and Activities

Use these free chemistry lesson plans, experiments, and activities to teach and explore chemical reactions with K-12 students. Lesson Plans contain materials to support educators leading hands-on STEM…  learn more

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25 Fun Food Web and Food Chain Activities

Any kid who’s ever seen The Lion King certainly already knows a bit about food chains and food webs (“It’s the CIIIIRRRR-CLE … the circle of LIFE!”). It’s a topic…  learn more

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20 Wild Ways To Explore Animal Habitats With Kids

Ready to explore animal habitats around the world, from rainforests to deserts and everything in between? These fun activities are just what you’re looking for. Take a walk…  learn more

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STEAM ART LESSONS

SCIENCE*TECHNOLOGY* ENGINEERING*ART*MATH. This list of ART and technology-rich STEAM lessons will continue to grow as our ideas grow. See Wes Fryer's post about the first 12 lessons. Many of…  learn more

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Sparky School House Lesson Plans

The NFPA Public Education Division develops easy-to-use educational programs, tools, and resources to meet the needs of all ages and audiences in a variety of languages. This includes lesson plans,…  learn more

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5 Stellar Activities for World Space Week

Don’t let nebulous ideas slow you down as you count down to this October’s World Space Week. Rather, shoot for the moon with these astronomical activities for celebrating…  learn more

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Twig Science Reporter

Twig Science Reporter is a weekly science news service for your K–8 classroom. The brainchild of Twig Education and Imperial College London, Twig Science Reporter has been created to help teachers…  learn more

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NSTA Lesson Plans

National Science Teacher Association (NSTA) has a section on lesson plans on a variety of science topics for elementary and middle school students  learn more

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Cyberchase Green It Up: Kids Can Help Checklist

Let's take care of the environment by making helpful choices every day. Check off the boxes for the items on the list that you do to help.  learn more

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Farmer's Almanac for Kids

40+ Stories and Activities for Kids. Here are free stories and cool activities to explore.  learn more

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Simplify Science: Free K-5 Science Materials

Free activities include reading passages, interactive notes, engaging activities, and guided notes with vocabulary.  learn more

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Legends of Learning

Legends of Learning offers more than 2,000 fun science and math classroom games for Elementary and Middle School teachers.  learn more

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PBS Learning Media: Spot on Science

Spot on Science is a collection of short videos focused on science and health lessons—from the rare plants found in Ohio bogs, to NASA's discovery that Uranus is one…  learn more

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PBS Learning Media: Cool Ways Animals Adapt For the Winter

Spot on Science shares how animals survive the winter, including warm layers, hibernation, and torpor.  learn more

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Your Weight on Other Worlds

Ever wonder what you might weigh on Mars or The Moon? The Exploratorium has provided a chance to find out. Fill in your weight and see what you'd…  learn more

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Science A-Z: Interactive Science Lessons

Science A-Z’s Interactive Science Lessons give students a chance to be in the driver’s seat while learning the fundamental concepts of science. These virtual lessons provide a road…  learn more

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Science A-Z: Science in the News

Multilevel Science News Articles for Kids.  Science in the News engages your students in the ever-changing world of science. Each issue features compelling news articles for kids written…  learn more

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The Great Plant Escape

The Great Plant Escape, appropriate for very young children, is similar to LifeLab's content. Presented as mysteries, a half-dozen experiments, like "Is it dust, dirt, dandruff or a…  learn more

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U.S. Forest Service Kids Resources

The U.S. Forest Service has resources on everything from recycling to wildflowers, coloring activities and videos. A great resource to engage younger students.  learn more

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Elementary School Science

Welcome to Elementary Science Class: A site dedicated to providing top quality science lesson plans and accompanying resources for free.  The vast majority come equipped with the objectives,…  learn more

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Research Polar Animals: Exploring Animal Adaptations Project-Based Learning Unit

A Comprehensive Lesson on Animal Adaptations. Research and explore the unique adaptations of polar animals, experiment with different types of adaptations, and design, create, and demonstrate an "adaptation"…  learn more

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Enchanted Learning: Zoom Dinosaurs

Zoom Dinosaurs is a comprehensive on-line hypertext book about dinosaurs. It is designed for students of all ages and levels of comprehension. It has an easy-to-use structure that…  learn more

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50 Exciting 2nd Grade Science Projects for the Classroom and Beyond

Kids love science, especially when it involves hands-on experiments. These 2nd grade science projects, experiments, and activities are guaranteed to bring excitement and enthusiastic vibes into your classroom.…  learn more

What Is Snow and How Does It Form? (Plus Free Worksheet + Slides)

There’s nothing more exciting than looking out the classroom window and seeing the first snowflakes of the year.  Once the squeals of delight die down, the question “How…  learn more

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12 Animals That Hibernate (Plus a Free Worksheet Bundle)

Talking about animals that hibernate is a great way to get kids thinking about the behaviors and adaptations that help animals survive in their climates. Learning about a…  learn more

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60 Science Trivia Facts To Spark Student Curiosity

There’s so much to learn in science. These fun science trivia facts will help your students learn something new while getting them excited about awesome science topics. Present…  learn more

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National Geographic Kids – Science

Welcome to our Discover section! This is where you can discover some of the coolest facts for kids from around our planet. From animals and geography to science, nature, and history, there are so…  learn more

50 Fantastic 5th Grade Science Projects, Experiments, and Activities

There’s something so fascinating about hands-on science experiments and projects. They make learning so meaningful and so much fun! These 5th grade science projects help kids explore biology,…  learn more

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These Free Life Cycle Printables Are Perfect for Spring Science Lessons

Kids will love this interactive way of learning about the life cycle of plants and animals. Teaching about the life cycle is best done with visuals. BY STACY TORNIO…  learn more

50 Interesting 6th Grade Science Fair Projects and Classroom Activities

Sixth grade science covers a wide variety of topics and varies depending on the curriculum. We’ve rounded up the best 6th grade science fair projects to inspire kids,…  learn more

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Space Station Explorers Lesson Plans

Space-based science is supporting our nation’s goals in education. Space Station Explorers is a community of educators, learners, and organizations that make STEM learning fun and exciting through…  learn more

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Smile and Learn - English

Do you want your kids to have an awesome experience? On the Smile and Learn Youtube channel, kids, parents and teachers will find a great educational tool for…  learn more

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50 of the Coolest Winter Science Experiments and Activities

Winter means shorter days, colder temperatures, and lots of ice and snow. That means it’s time for experiments that you can only do in winter! These experiments and…  learn more

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50 STEM Activities for Kids of All Ages and Interests

These days, STEM learning is more important than ever. Science, technology, engineering, and math are the keys to many modern careers, so a good grounding in them from an early…  learn more

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Interesting Animals: Whales

Is it a fish? No! It is a whale! What makes this fascinating creature so special? Learn all about the interesting world of the whale while practicing fluency…  learn more

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30+ Activities for Teaching Weather Including Tornadoes, Lightning, and Rainbows!

Spring is the perfect season to study the weather and get your students outdoors for hands-on activities. From reading and writing about the weather to conducting experiments and…  learn more

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21 Fascinating Periodic Table Activities for Chemistry Students of All Ages

The periodic table of elements is key to understanding and mastering chemistry concepts. These periodic table activities are fun and engaging, and you can use many of them…  learn more

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PBS LearningMedia: How My Stomach Works | Healthy Me

Watch the clip, Hungry Hungry Carnivores, from DINOSAUR TRAIN to begin your exploration on the digestive system. Then use the lesson plans to perform an experiment to understand how…  learn more

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PBS LearningMedia: Measuring Me: Part 1 | Sid the Science Kid

Watch the Sid the Science Kid clip from "The Whale Episode" to spark conversations about science tools, like rulers.  Then use the lesson plan and resources to support your…  learn more

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PBS LearningMedia: Changing Seasons - Winter

Join PBS KIDS and explore Winter! Learn about ice, why animals hibernate, and about animals who camouflage through media clips, extension activities, articles, and crafts. Share activities, articles,…  learn more

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25 Kindergarten STEM Challenges That Little Ones Will Love

STEM challenges are such a fun way for kids to explore how the world works. By building and creating, they learn problem-solving skills and get hands-on experience with…  learn more

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Texas Parks and Wildlife: Snakes

Snake!  Just say the word and for a lot of people, shivers go up and down their spine. Snakes have been objects of fascination or fear and suspicion…  learn more

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Thrifty in Third Grade

Discover engagingresources that align with the standards you need to cover.  Explore engaging curriculum for teachers in grades K-5 in ELA, Math, & Science Cassie Smith  learn more

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The Tech Interactive: Life Science

These lessons explore the natural world of animals, plants and even living things we can’t see, like bacteria! Your learners will engage more deeply with life sciences when…  learn more

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SOLAR ECLIPSE ACTIVITIES, RESOURCES, AND SAFETY INFORMATION

Two eclipses will take place during the 2023-2024 school year and will be visible in North America. An annular solar eclipse and a total solar eclipse. The total solar eclipse is…  learn more

Science A-Z: Science Fair Resources

Project Ideas for Kids and Teacher Tips for a Successful Science Fair Science A-Z's Science Fair Resources foster authentic student inquiry and teach the practices of real scientists…  learn more

Inquisitive Science Lessons K-5

Inquisitive is a complete, ready-to-go K-5 science program. To be inquisitive is to learn with purpose and depth. A lesson in an Inquisitive classroom begins with wonder, progresses…  learn more

The Tech Interactive: Lessons and Activities

Did you know that you can integrate many of our design challenge and engineering lessons into your other content areas, like English Language Arts and social science? Most…  learn more

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Earth and Space Science Lessons

The Tech Interactive. Whether you want your learners to discover sustainable solutions or engineer for natural disasters, you’ll find that these lessons are out of this world!  learn more

2024 Earth Day Activity Guide for 3-5

Discover a world of eco-friendly fun with our Earth Day Guide for 3rd-grade to 5th-grade teachers! Packed with engaging lessons, classroom activities, worksheets, and games, this Earth Day…  learn more

National Geographic for Kids: Earth Day

Our planet is an amazing place, but it needs our help to thrive! That’s why each year on April 22, more than a billion people celebrate Earth Day…  learn more

30 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

Earth is our most precious resource. Our calendars set aside one day to celebrate the Earth. This year, let’s spend the entire month of April learning about ways we…  learn more

PBS LearningMedia: SciGirls | Plants Count

Naturalists study animals and plants in the wild and have sharp observational skills. They can spend hours in the field observing and recording data to understand how plants…  learn more

Why Do We Have Seasons?

Explore what causes seasons on Earth in this interactive adapted from NASA materials that features four cities at different latitudes. Use this resource to view how Earth’s axial…  learn more

Easy Engineering Lesson Plans

Explore IEEE Try Engineering’s database of lesson plans to teach engineering concepts to your students, aged 4 to 18. Explore areas such as lasers, LED lights, flight, smart…  learn more

NSTA: Eclipse Resources

A Total Eclipse in 2024.  Kick-start  planning for the upcoming eclipse event. Solar Eclipses are exciting astronomical events that can provide a great opportunity for teachers and students…  learn more

Homeschool Scientist

This website is full of science experiments, lessons, homeschool resources, and help. Find experiment ideas, curriculum choices, science resources, expert advice, and more. Take the fear out of…  learn more

National Air & Space Museum: Learning Resources

From videos to ready-to implement classroom activities, help learners get excited about air and space.  learn more

15 Educational Solar Eclipse Activities

The Great American Eclipse is happening on April 8, 2024. It’s the only solar eclipse to cross the United States for the next seven years, and it’s a fantastic teachable moment.…  learn more

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What You Need to Know About Solar Eclipses | STEM Video for Kids

In this engaging and educational video, kids will learn about the different types of solar eclipses, understand why they happen, and learn about the curious reactions of animals…  learn more

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TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE April 2024 Virtual Field Trip, Kids, Elementary, Homeschool Space Science Lesson

Did you know that a total solar eclipse is visible from a given location on Earth only once every 375 years?!? On April 8, 2024, the United States…  learn more

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The Great North American Solar Eclipse for Kids | 8 April | What is a Solar Eclipse? |

On April 8, 2024, the shadow of the Moon will cross Mexico, the United States, and Canada! In this video, children will learn why solar eclipses occur and…  learn more

PBS LearningMedia: Explore the Outdoors - Teach Your Way

Enjoy the "Explore the Outdoors" activity calendar and find meaningful ways to integrate media in creative and developmentally-appropriate ways. NOTE: The Support Materials are also available in Spanish.  learn more

50 Fun Earth Day Crafts and Activities Using Upcycled Materials

Earth Day is fast approaching (April 22), though there really is never a bad time to celebrate Mother Earth. It’s important to teach students the environmental benefits of…  learn more

PBS LearningMedia: Explore the Outdoors - Bugs

Nurture kids’ curiosity about the natural world and inspire outdoor fun. Explore these PBS LearningMedia resources  to introduce topics like- bugs, nature, recycling, and Earth, and explore the…  learn more

Look Up! Total Solar Eclipse Explained for Kids

Science + Educational Songs | Super Sema,  🎶Dive into the mesmerizing world of space with our latest music video, ‘Look Up!’🎵 On April 8th, get ready to witness…  learn more

EARTH DAY LESSONS FOR YOUNG ENVIRONMENTALISTS

Earth Day offers a perfect opportunity to ignite a passion for the environment in your child and teach lessons that will serve them well at school and in…  learn more

EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR A SOLAR ECLIPSE VIEWING PARTY

A solar eclipse is a great opportunity for kids to learn about astronomy and get students excited about STEM. But there are some things you should know first about where to…  learn more

WWF Wild Classroom

At home or in the classroom, World Wildlife Fund’s Wild Classroom connects educators and parents with the tools and resources they need to help kids explore and understand…  learn more

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Storytime Channel for Kids | Total Solar Eclipse: A Stellar Friendship Story

Storytime Channel for Kids, “Total Solar Eclipse: A Stellar Friendship Story” by Jayme Sandberg and illustrated by Kathleen Gadeken. Join me for a Total Solar Eclipse storytime! Storytime…  learn more

National Wildlife Federation Lesson Plans

The National Wildlife Federation has over 1,000 lesson plans designed to introduce students to life science, ecology, wildlife biology, scientific identification and observation. All lesson plans are aligned…  learn more

PBS LearningMedia: Biomes

The distribution of plants and animals around the world is anything but random. Instead, it is a result of the interplay of individual environmental tolerances of species and…  learn more

41 Big and Small Ideas To Bring Recycling Into the Classroom

Help your students take classroom recycling to a whole new level. Recycling in your classroom can easily be made a daily activity. Try implementing one or more of…  learn more

Grab Your Free Scientific Method Worksheet Printable

Perfect for teachers who want to nurture critical thinking skills, this free printable helps students understand and apply the scientific method. Whether conducting a mind-blowing biology experiment, exploring the…  learn more

25 Amazing & Fun Earth Day Facts for Kids

Every year we celebrate Earth Day—but how much do you really know about it? This annual event began more than 50 years ago and has had a huge…  learn more

Butterfly Life Cycle Resources (Free Google Slides and More)

The butterfly life cycle is a popular topic in science classrooms, and for good reason. The process of complete metamorphosis never fails to amaze! Here, you’ll find lots…  learn more