The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has resulted in many children continuing their education from home. Here are some resources to help their continued growth in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Solve fun, interactive science mysteries for kindergarten through fifth grade, or even ask your own question to be answered in a future lesson.
Explore Earth, space, life, and more through this collection of educational videos and resources.
Enjoy Canadian farm and food tours using immersive 360° videos. View them with your mobile device, desktop computer, or even a virtual reality viewer.
Discover the treasures of the Smithsonian with this interactive website.
Get to know the San Diego Zoo animals through videos, stories, crafts and games. Watch the live webcams to see what the animals are up to today!
Take a virtual walk through the National Aquarium to find alligators, sea turtles and more.
Spot a shark, ray, or clownfish as you watch livestreamed coral reefs. Then check out the themed coloring sheets and activities you can do at home.
Parents and their children can try this virtual field trip activity for grades 3-5.
Virtually roam across the surface of Mars using 360° images taken by NASA's Curiosity rover.
Every day, NASA posts a new, fascinating photo in their gallery. View today's image, and then browse the archives to see galaxies, astronauts, planets and spacecraft.
Fun Science Demonstrations
Join Emmy award-winning host, Steve Spangler, in amazing science demonstrations and do-it-yourself experiments. Over 100 episodes make science fun.
Every day the Center of Science and Industry posts hands-on science activities and fun videos for you to enjoy at home.
Try these fun science activities from Michigan State University. The site even provides tips for parents who are new to teaching science.
Maryville University provides a collection of engaging online resources about motion, heat and thermodynamics, light, electricity and magnetism, and gravity.
Connect to engineering design practices and future careers through this collection of videos, projects and other resources.
Disney Imagineers show you how artists, designers and engineers work together to create theme parks. Design your own world, attractions and characters.
Play games to learn computer programming. Children with no prior experience with programming can join the fun.
Explore computer programming and computer science through videos and projects. Topics include animation, programming languages, cryptography, data analysis and more.
Play typing games for kids from PreK to 6th grade. Games are organized by subject, grade, and common core standards.
PBS provides more than 2,000 videos and resources to help kindergarteners through high schoolers understand math.
Play educational math games for kids from PreK to 6th grade. Games are organized by subject, grade, and common core standards.