This site from the Exploratorium museum in San Francisco, California provides a variety of science resources for at-home and virtual learning, including activities, articles, and videos. Source: https://www.exploratorium.edu/learn
On this site, you can search over 3,500 of the very best science and math activities on the web. Find handpicked activities from your favorite science museums, public television stations, universities, and other educational organizations. All activities are available free of charge. Source: https://www.howtosmile.org/
This site from Angelo State University in Texas provides a variety of science lessons and links, for all grade levels. Source: https://www.angelo.edu/services/library/govdocs/lessonelem.php
Explore this YouTube channel for a collection of engaging videos that use whiteboard animation to explain physics-related topics in approximately one minute. Source: https://www.youtube.com/user/minutephysics/
This site from the Institute of Physics calls itself “your guide to physics on the web” and includes games, videos, and free physics lessons designed for online students. Source: http://www.physics.org/index.asp
Through 3/31, the American Association of Chemistry Teachers (AACT) has unlocked resources for teaching chemistry remotely, including activities, animations, projects, simulations, and videos. This site has activities for elementary, middle, and high school students. Source: https://teachchemistry.org/
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