California Science Center - Every weekday at 10 a.m. P.D.T., the California Science Center is live-streaming “Stuck at Home Science,” a new video series of science activities.
Teachable Moments - NASA launched Teachable Moments, connecting classrooms — and homes — with resources for investigating the latest discoveries about our universe. There are a range of activities and lessons suitable for grades K-12.
Share My Lesson - Share My Lesson is a digital platform where educators can collaborate and share standards-aligned learning resources such as lesson plans, classroom strategies and professional development webinars—at no cost.
Climate Kids - This NASA initiative covers a wide range of topics including weather, climate, atmosphere, water, energy, plants, and animals. It also explains how connected different aspects of the earth’s climate are by showing the impact that one has on all the others. In addition to games, activities, and videos, your child can learn more about green careers, too.
FunBrain - A leader in free educational games for children for over two decades. Trusted by parents and teachers alike, Funbrain aims to expand your child’s math, reading, problem-solving, and literacy skills through games, books, comics, and videos.
Smithsonian Kids - No need to travel to one of the Smithsonian’s zoos or museums — this website brings your child everything from live video of the National Zoo to the Smithsonian Learning Lab right to their screen.
Find Your Blue - This educational website hosted by the Smithsonian Museum takes a deep dive into ocean life. Tweens can explore the ocean’s many creatures and ecosystems while learning more about how to get involved in conservation efforts.
National Geographic Kids - As kids start to learn about the world around them, it’s challenging for parents to keep up with their curiosity. Luckily, there’s National Geographic Kids. This site is great for parents and kids to sit together and watch videos, play games, and learn about their favorite animals.