Girls Who Code is making Computer Science educational activities available for download free of charge, to anyone who wants to access them. Releasing activities weekly — some online, some offline, of varying levels of difficulty—over the course of the next few months. Each activity will include a feature of a woman in tech who pioneered innovative technology.
Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more.
From building websites to analyzing data, the choice is yours. No matter your experience level, you'll be writing real, working code in minutes.
The DNA Learning Center is hosting several live lab sessions (DNA extraction/fingerprinting, bacterial transformation, bioinformatics training) that are useful for science teachers or parents engaging their kids in hands-on lab science.
Are you looking for ways to keep your student(s) learning during the extended school closures? Michigan Virtual will be offering the content of over 70 of our high-quality online courses FREE to educators and parents as a resource to supplement student learning. This course content includes all digital lessons; however, it does not include assessments and is non-credit bearing.
Study Island for Home enhances learning and helps your child master math, ELA, and science skills.
A free computer science curriculum that makes coding easy to teach and fun to learn.
Collection of K-12 curriculum from NYC Department of Education.
Learning computer science when schools are closed.
Microsoft Digital Literacy is for anyone with basic reading skills who wants to learn the fundamentals of using digital technologies.
Explore our trusted curriculum to find the computer skills you want to learn, from data analysis to research and communication.
Find over 1 million free activities, simulations, exercises, lessons, and games for math & science!
Explore Cells, microbes, and the immune system through models, games, and more.
Resource covering plants, ecology, neuroscience, cell biology and more.
Explore the human body like never before. We have comprehensive guides that explain your Skeletal System, Muscular System, Cardiovascular System, Digestive System, and more.
Resource of experiments, games, and more from the American Chemical Society.
Scratch is a programming language and an online community where children can program and share interactive media such as stories, games, and animation with people from all over the world. Scratch is designed especially for ages 8 to 16, but is used by people of all ages
With ScratchJr, young children (ages 5-7) can program their own interactive stories and games. In the process, they learn to solve problems, design projects, and express themselves creatively on the computer.
Try a one-hour tutorial designed for all ages in over 45 languages.
Everything needed to learn computer programming the fun way!
Go on a safari to discover microscopic organisms and the habitats in which they live.
MISIN provides species identification training modules to aid in the education of citizen scientists.
Understanding Evolution is a non-commercial, education website, teaching the science and history of evolutionary biology. This site is here to help you understand what evolution is, how it works, how it factors into your life, how research in evolutionary biology is performed, and how ideas in this area have changed over time.
These modules introduce students (and anyone else who's interested) to the mathematical underpinnings of what they learn in introductory biology courses.
Understanding Science is a fun, accessible, and free resource that accurately communicates what science is and how it really works — and that helps K-16 teachers reinforce the nature and process of science throughout their science teaching.
Learn about Cells, being a scientist, molecular structures, tools and techniques and more!
Collection of brain images of humans, sheep, dolphins, and more.
This web site provides browsers with images and information from one of the world's largest collection of well-preserved, sectioned and stained brains of mammals.
This website will, we hope, be a helpful resource for investigating our native (and sometimes non-native) wildlife and other natural objects and for helping to solve problems when people and wild animals come into conflict.
Join us over the next few months as we continue to broadcast live, free events with leading scientists, explorers, adventurers and conservationists around the world. Parents and students can join into any event from home, live via the YouTube stream and send in questions via the live chat sidebar. All of the events will also be recorded to YouTube and can be viewed at any time, along with the hundreds of recorded events we have available to view.
Tinkercad is a free, easy-to-use app for 3D design, electronics, and coding. It's used by teachers, kids, hobbyists, and designers to imagine, design, and make anything!
Register for our free, live instructor-led online series. Kids learn to Code, Build, Invent, and Animate. Each episode is age-appropriately tailored for ages 8 to 18.
Welcome to STEM-Works, a resource for teachers, mentors, parents, STEM professionals, volunteers, and everyone passionate about getting children eager to learn about science, technology, engineering, and math.
Climate change is one of the biggest problems facing humanity and life on Earth today, and one of the most fundamentally misunderstood scientific theories is evolution. You’ve probably heard about climate change and evolution in the news and on social media, but what are these concepts, and how do we know they’re ‘real’? We’ve made the site to help you understand more about both of these concepts and answer some questions.
Rain forests occur in regions of the world where over 100 inches (2500 mm) of rain falls annually. Two distinct classes of rain forests exist: Temperate and tropical. The tropical rainforest the most diverse ecosystem on Earth, with an estimated 70% of the Earth's species. Learn all about it on a site created by MSU professor Gerald R. Urquhart.