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Clean Air Make More: Free Virtual Classroom Resources
Clean Air Make More

K-12 Education FREE Virtual Classroom Resources. Learn about air quality from anywhere! Students will learn about the importance of clean air and how they can help improve local air quality.

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Science4Fun
Science4Fun

Science4Fun’s goal is to provides interesting content for different science subjects.

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Skype a Scientist
Skype a Scientist

Skype a Scientist matches scientists with people all around the world!

Story Time from Space
Story Time from Space

Have a kid who is space obsessed? Introduce them to Storytime from Space, where astronauts read children’s books while in space.

DK Find Out! Computer Coding
DK

Find out about the language of computer programming, using the building blocks of Scratch and the coding language of Python.

All Digital School
All Digital School

Everything You Need to Start Confidently Teaching Online.

Explore.org: Free Lesson Plans
Explore.org

Attention Educators: Connect Students To Nature With Free Lesson Plans!

Science Friday
Science Friday

Covering the outer reaches of space to the tiniest microbes in our bodies, Science Friday is the source for entertaining and educational stories about science, technology, and other cool stuff.

Crash Course: Statistics
Crash Course

This course is based on the 2018 AP Statistics curriculum and introduces everything from basic descriptive statistics to data collection to hot topics in data analysis like Big Data and neural networks.

Science News in High Schools
Science News in High Schools

If you are looking for online STEM reading, writing and at-home activities, the Science News in High Schools online library offers nearly 200 teaching exercises that apply core curricular high school standards by highlighting current news in science.

OLogy: Paleontology
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Paleontology is the study of ancient life, from dinosaurs to prehistoric plants, mammals, fish, insects, fungi, and even microbes.

Khan Academy: Integral Calculus
Khan Academy

How do you find the area under a curve? What about the length of any curve? Is there a way to make sense out of the idea of adding infinitely many infinitely small things?

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