Activities for families of young children on a variety of subjects, including STEM topics, to do together in the home
NASA's safe place for children to play as they learn about NASA and its missions (STEM games, image galleries, and activities)
The site features a list of "100 ways to play" as well as downloadable e-books full of STEM activity ideas
This podcast fosters a love of science by conducting kid-friendly interviews with scientists about their discoveries
Free science lessons utilizing every-day materials you can find at home
This resource provides 20 days of learning on a variety of topics through articles, stories, videos, and more
Videos and activity ideas for families to help their young learners engage with math
Virtual resources for learning and playing at home.
Nature Cat is a PBS KIDS show that teaches 3-8 year olds about the natural world.
ScratchJr is a free app that enables young children (ages 5-7) to create their own interactive stories and games using a introductory coding language.
Learning resources for young children including math activities and worksheets.
Self-guided videos that teach students how to think like scientists and engineers.
Odd Squad is a PBS KIDS show with online resources all about math.
This educational science app contains engaging games that encourage kids to see science in their world.
Virtual science expeditions that use audio, video, and interactive activities to engage children in science and teach them about the world's ecosystems.
For a limited time, access these active learning videos on science, math, and more for free!
Young children can learn math with Peg and Cat!
This website contains blogs and videos to expand your knowledge about nature and wildlife, and fun activities that can be done at home.