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
This article explores several ways to include lab activity in online science courses. Source: https://ctl.learninghouse.com/expanding-virtual-classroom-making-science-labs-available-online-students/
This curated collection of free learning resources from NHPBS and PBS includes standards-aligned videos, interactive content, lesson plans, and more, for all grade levels. Source: https://nhpbs.pbslearningmedia.org/
A project of the Global Space Education Foundation, Story Time from Space provides videos of astronauts from the International Space Station reading a variety of children’s books, as well as conducting educational demonstrations.
One of the best things America ever did was establish the national parks system, conserving the nation’s ecological heritage and pristine wilderness for everyone to enjoy. But, while visiting the parks is a family road trip classic, it’s not exactly an inexpensive experience for many of us, not to mention how time consuming it can…
Visit Time for Kids to sign up for free grade-specific digital editions for K-6 students. You can also download free teaching materials. Sources: https://time.com/tfk-free/ https://www.timeforkids.com/teaching-materials-1/