A History of Women in Science
"Women have...contributed significantly to the world of science, but despite the strong presence of women in science-related fields, history has not given them the credit that they deserve. For that reason, it is crucial that people learn who these women of science were so that future generations are taught and inspired by their accomplishments."
A great source to learn about 20 important Women in Science
Best Kid Stuff - Kid's Online Learning Tools for Science, Technology and Beyond!
This page contains amazing resources for topics such as: Science Fair Projects/Ideas and STEM Activities for Kids, Coding and Programming Resources for All Ages, The Pioneers and Important People of Computer History, and Computer History and Timelines. Check out their page for more information!
The Exploratorium creates joyful learning experiences (online and off), trains teachers, and collaborates with partners worldwide.
Learn Online With Us - Feed your curiosity for free—wherever you are.
See all their wonderful Art crafts focusing on topics including:
Astronomy & Space Sciences
Engineering & Technology
Girls RISEnet, a partnership between the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, the Association of Science-Technology Centers, and SECME, Inc., strengthened the professional capacity of informal science educators to engage and motivate minority girls in grades 6-12 to explore and pursue science and engineering careers.
Site has links to:
Museums across the country
Engineering and Science activities
Girls Only websites
Does not appear to have been updated since 2014
We’re a nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.
Personalized learning - Students practice at their own pace, first filling in gaps in their understanding and then accelerating their learning.
Trusted content - Created by experts, Khan Academy’s library of trusted, standards-aligned practice and lessons covers math K-12 through early college, grammar, science, history, AP®, SAT®, and more. It’s all free for learners and teachers.
Tools to empower teachers - With Khan Academy, teachers can identify gaps in their students’ understanding, tailor instruction, and meet the needs of every student.
Includes popular K-5 science curriculum.
Free trials available to teachers who haven't tried Mystery Science, at schools that haven't had full memberships. Homeschool free trials available for the first two Mysteries in each unit.
Hands-on — lead students in the doing of science and engineering.
NGSS-aligned and Common Core — make the transition to the Next Generation Science Standards and support Common Core.
Less prep, more learning — prep in minutes not hours. Captivate your students with short videos and discussion questions.
1+ million children — STEM education is in crisis. Help us fix it.
Remote learning — easily share lessons that are perfect for home science learning.
Deaf Scientist Corner
Welcome to Deaf Scientist Corner, a Web site devoted to biographies of famous deaf scientists!
These are over thirty scientists found within this site. There are biologists, chemists, paleoneurologists, astronomers, anthropologists, and many more!
Learn about the following Women in Science:
Ruth Benedict, Annie Jump Cannon, Tilly Edinger, Henrietta Swan Leavitt, & Nansie Sharpless
Extreme Science is the place online to find the biggest, baddest, and the best in the world of extremes and learn about the science behind what makes each the most extreme example of its kind. Here you'll find world records in natural science, including earth science and the plant and animal kingdom, as well as extreme weather records, and much more wild, weird, and out-there stuff.
You'll also find the most complete collection of science and technology information and resources available on the Internet, including resources for students working on science fair projects and teachers needing content for science lessons.
Girls & Science
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science and CBS4 are excited to host the seventh annual Girls & Science event. Explore the diverse opportunities a future career in science, technology, engineering, art and math can bring. Girls (and boys!) and their families will connect and engage with women mentors in STEAM careers through virtual engagement and presentations and hands-on activities anyone can do from home. Ignite your passion for science!
March 2021, live and on-demand virtual programs available all month long!
Follow the fun at #girlsandscience
Junior Science and Humanities Symposia (JSHS) Program STEM Competition
The Junior Science and Humanities Symposia (JSHS) Program is a tri-service – U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force – sponsored STEM competition which promotes original research and experimentation in the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) at the high school level and publicly recognizes students for outstanding achievement. By connecting talented students, their teachers, and research professionals at affiliated symposia and by rewarding research excellence, JSHS aims to widen the pool of trained talent prepared to conduct research and development vital to our nation.
Endorsed by the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), JSHS regional and national symposium are held during the academic year and reach more than 8,000 high school students and teachers throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, and the Department of Defense Schools of Europe and the Pacific Rim. Students must first participate in their regional symposia where they compete for selection to present at the national symposium each year.
Learning and Teaching about the Environment
This website provides K-12 students and educators with access to quality homework resources, lesson plans and project ideas for learning and teaching about the environment. Environmental education (EE) is a multi-disciplinary approach to learning about environmental issues that enhances knowledge, builds critical thinking skills, and helps students make informed and responsible decisions.
Museum of Science+Industry Chicago
Science at Home
Keep learning in place and at your pace with science activities and topics you can access anytime. Sign up for free newsletter. Apps, activities and videos including game playing, watching baby chicks hatching, creating virtual chemical reactions and using forensic science to analyze different types of candy.
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NASA was started in 1958 as a part of the United States government. NASA is in charge of U.S. science and technology that has to do with airplanes or space.
NASA STEM Engagement - activities for students (by grade) and teachers
NASA Kids Club - On this site, you will find games of various skill levels for children pre-K through grade 4. These games support national education standards in STEM -- science, technology, engineering and mathematics. See the Game Descriptions and National Education Standards below.