Check out these entries in the At School section for free ebooks on earth and space science.
Children and their families can watch videos of astronauts reading books and performing experiments on the International Space Station.
Learn more at the listing in the At School Section
A collection of daily activities from the National Science Teaching Association providing sensemaking tasks teachers and parents can use to engage their students in authentic, relevant science learning. Look for the "For Families" tab
Resources for families and students to learn at home, for pre-school through high school in many subject areas.
This page links to various interactive games based on programs in the PBS series NOVA.
Figure This! is a resource from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics that provides interesting math challenges that middle-school students can do at home with their families.
Learning Trajectories is a program based at the University of Denver. They provide activities that guide children through successive levels of development in their mathematical thinking.
There are a couple of videos on this page to help teach kids about Covid.
A brief introduction to STEM learning resources from Bright Horizons. This is a good starting place for ideas.