National Science Foundation (NSF) Classroom Resources

Good morning everyone ☀️ The National Science Foundation classroom resources for K-12, teachers and parents includes among others things resources in: Biology Chemistry and Materials Physics Nanoscience Enjoy and stay safe 👨🏽‍🔬👩🏼‍🔬 Information from a Librarian 🌸🌸

Mathematics Classroom Resources NSF

Good Morning everyone 🙂, The National Science Foundation has a page dedicated to FREE Mathematics Classroom resources for Prek-12 (e.g. Statistics in Schools: Math from the United States Census Bureau(K-12), PBS Learning Media: Mathematics for PreK, High school and above, Statistics Online Computational Resources from UCLA for College Students). Enjoy and Stay safe 🧮🧮🧮 InformationContinue reading “Mathematics Classroom Resources NSF”

Teaching Engineering for K-12

Good Morning everyone 🙂, The University of Colorado Boulder has a page dedicated to Teaching Engineering For K-12 “TeachEngineering STEM Curriculum for K-12“. You will be able to search for hundreds of free lessons and activities as well as find hands-on activities for FREE. Enjoy and stay safe 📐📐📐 Information From a Librarian 🌸🌺

Astronomy and Astrophysics Classroom resources

Good Morning everyone 🙂, The National Science Foundation has a page dedicated to Astronomy and Astrophysics classroom resources for Prek-12 (e.g Compadre.org a network of free online resource collections in Physics and Astronomy Education, AmazingSpace a space telescope education program). Enjoy and Stay safe Information From a Librarian 🌸 🌸

KidLit at HOME

Good Morning everyone 🙂, KidLit TV-(The website where you can explore the world of children’s literature)- has a KidLit at Home free page resources which includes storytime, writing tutorial, STEM and STEAM , drawing and crafting activities, as well as sing-a-long and KidLit videos in English and Spanish.

Natural History Museum (UK) learning resources

Good Morning everyone☀️, The Natural History Museum (UK) has a page dedicated to learning/teaching resources. The materials includes activities and lesson plans (e.g Animals including humans – resources, dinosaurs resources, open air laboratories) as well as Try This at Home activities. Enjoy and stay safe 🌺🤩🌸 Information From a Librarian

Read.gov

Good Morning everyone, The Library of Congress has digitized classical books, that you can download for free. The publications are designated for kids (e.g. A Apple Pie), teens (e.g. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz), adults (e.g.A few tales of the rail and other tales), and educators and parents (e.g The Arabian nights : their best-knownContinue reading “Read.gov”