Events

The Kennedy Center ArtsEdge
The Kennedy Center

Arts-centered, standards-based resources for in and out of school.

Codecademy
Codecademy

First, we invented the best system for learning to code. Seven years and 45 million learners later, we’ve perfected it.

VEXcode VR
VEX Robotics

VEXcode VR lets you code a virtual robot using a block based coding environment powered by Scratch Blocks.

Pest World for Kids: Pest PSA
Pest World for Kids

In this six-session Pest PSA lesson plan, students use the PestWorldforKids.org “Pest Guide” section to develop a Public Service Announcement (PSA) for their school community.

The Kennedy Center: Balancing Mobiles
The Kennedy Center

How do balancing forces relate to the engineering and design of a mobile?

NOAA SciJinks
NOAA

Launched in 2002, NOAA SciJinks inspires and engages students to learn about weather, satellite meteorology and Earth science.

Pest World for Kids: Pest Taxonomy
Pest World for Kids

During the first session of this two-session Pest Taxonomy lesson plan, students use the different species represented in the PestWorldforKids.org’s “Pest Guide” section to learn how living things are grouped together according to the characteristics they share.

The Kennedy Center: The Science of Shadow Puppets
The Kennedy Center

How is light reflected, absorbed, or transmitted through an object?

freeCodeCamp
freeCodeCamp

Our mission: to help people learn to code for free.

The Kennedy Center: Mandalas, Polygons, and Symmetry
The Kennedy Center

In this 6-8 lesson, students will create mandalas using mathematical concepts and skills.

Code HS
Code HS

Code HS is a coding website for kids that delivers a blended learning approach to high school computer science classes.

The Kennedy Center: Get Inside a Cell!
The Kennedy Center

Investigate how form and function are related in cells through scientific illustration.