These are "Teacher Toolkits" that feature research and activities related to the space station. Use these lesson plans, videos, and related resources to bring the International Space Station into your classroom. New topics are featured every month, making this a site to check regularly.
For teachers of K-12 and at-home learners, a set of activities and background information celebrating the launch of crews for the International Space Station.
Test your ability to pilot the SpaceX Dragon2 and dock it with the space station:
Teachers can sign up for a free newsletter from NASA featuring the "first A in NASA", aeronautics. The newsletter highlights educator professional development sessions and features new lessons and activities.
The Council of State Science Supervisors (CSSS) have developed resources intended to help educators, families, and educational leaders during school closures. The documents are available in many languages and are editable to adapt to your local circumstances.
This page from the Smithsonian Institution links to professional development and education research material as well as classroom resources.
Also, see the Smithsonian listing in our At Home section for additional resources.
The Carolina Biological Supply Company offers resources and they also feature resources developed with the Smithsonian Institution. They are sorted by grade level.
Flynn Scientific offers digital learning solutions to help teachers with the school-home connection. These resources appear to have a cost and you must contact a sales rep.
See the Flynn Scientific listing in the At Home section for some free resources.
Science from Scientists provides lessons and programs developed and delivered by trained scientists. They focus on elementary and middle school grades.
There are a few football-themed science and math activities on the New England Patriots Hall of Fame page. Scroll down to find them.