Learn & Teach
The American Museum of Natural History provides programs, resources and more for K-12 educators and learners. The site lists student programs, workshops, seminars, and curriculum collections. Curriculum collections are a collection of activities, articles, videos, and more, for educators, families, and students on topics ranging from biodiversity to dinosaurs.
This is a section of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Center for Science Education’s website. The Learning Zone provides information on weather, atmosphere, and climate for K-12 students and educators. It also includes activities and games on these topics.
Life Sciences Outreach Program
The Life Sciences Outreach Program at Harvard University is committed to enhancing high school biology education in New England through professional development programs for teachers and hands-on laboratory experiences for students. Teachers engage with faculty and graduate students and learn about current research in the Fall Faculty Speaker Series. Each spring, over 30 teachers bring their classes to campus for 3-hour laboratories as part of the Spring Laboratory Program for High School Students. As the main Amgen Biotechnology Experience site in Massachusetts, Life Sciences Outreach has introduced over 100 teachers and thousands of students to this exciting biotechnology program.
Little Bins for Little Hands
Little Bins for Little Hands hosts a variety of materials including printable worksheets, experiments, and more for teachers and parents looking to engage pre-kindergarten to elementary school students. Activities and worksheets cover content including STEM, physics, chemistry, art, weather, space, the outdoors, and more. To fund the site, some pages have advertising. To access free materials users must provide an e-mail address.