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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 4th grade. Lessons focus on foundational science concepts, preparing students for the ever-growing STEM needs and challenges around them. Students are introduced to key words - and activities…  learn more

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Cyberchase Green It Up: Kids Can Help Checklist

We can all 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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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 of life, and support teachers by reinforcing the educational foundations students need to succeed in life.  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 for making more abstract topics like germs, energy, and weight easier for the youngest elementary students to understand!  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 many technologies which enable our modern world.  learn more

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Kids Do Ecology: Biomes

What are biomes? Biomes are regions of the world with similar climate (weather, temperature) animals and plants. There are terrestrial biomes (land) and aquatic biomes, both freshwater and marine.   Would you like to know what the weather is like in different biomes around the world? How about the types of plants and animals that live in these…  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 King of Denmark. Her discovery thrust her into the international spotlight and she became America’s first professional female astronomer. Lesson Plans  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 and comprehensively address well-established educational standards, such as CCSS and NGSS Free Everybody deserves equitable access to high quality education and so MightyOwl is free  learn more

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NASA Space Place

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 articles and engaging short videos. With material in both English and Spanish and resources for parents and teachers, NASA Space Place has something for everyone.  learn more

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Nat Geo Kids

Nat Geo Kids makes it fun to explore your world with weird, wild, and wacky videos! Videos featuring awesome animals, cool science, funny pets, and more, are made just for curious kids like you. So pick a topic you love and start watching today! Visit the National Geographic Kids website for more games, photos, and…  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 map for students as they explore important and sometimes complex ideas. Each lesson offers instruction, practice, and assessment using text and accompanying audio. Practice slides provide immediate…  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 at three reading levels to allow for differentiated instruction. Science in the News provides opportunities to teach critical thinking, inquiry, and the genre-specific, life-long literacy skill of…  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 and making a display.  learn more

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Science For 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 plans, quizzes, videos, photos and science fair project ideas.  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 they conduct experiments, research new questions, and talk with experts to learn about the science-filled world around us. There's always something new to discover with SciShow Kids,…  learn more

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Smithsonian Science Curriculum & Resources

The Smithsonian Science for the Classroom program, which is setting the standard for 3-D learning and 3-D assessment, is a new fully integrated STEM curriculum developed by the Smithsonian Science Education Center. It is designed to engage students in phenomenon-based learning through coherent storylines, inspire teachers with point-of-use support, and connect students firsthand to 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 innovation, inclusion, and sustainability:  learn more

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Studies Weekly: Science

Engage ALL K-5 students in SCIENCE Curriculum Introducing a NEW Studies Weekly Science core curriculum: Fully aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Hands-on with open-and-go lessons Adaptable to in-class or remote learning Driven by guiding questions that push students to explore  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 website for teachers and parents to give them the right tools to explain the different types of weather to children.  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 website for teachers and parents to give them the right tools to explain the different types of weather to children. Meteorology – The science that deals with the…  learn more