The Best Digital Teaching Resources

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offers fun video science lessons. They created a list of great lessons (curated by age level) that kids can do 100% online during the Covid-19 outbreak. Each lesson has an optional off-line activity.
Smithsonian hosts 30 minute each week, wherein a real scientists talks to kids and answers questions.
is hosting live and free events where students can ask questions from Nat Geo explorers!
is a great YouTube channel regularly updated with kid-centered science videos on all topics.
is a video series created by the National Science Foundation.
has fun activities for kids on their website.
created great at-home activities for kids interested in astronomy.
hosts a regular science show for kids wherein a real scientists talks to kids and answers questions. They are optimal for kids in grades 3-5. In addition to signing up for a live webcast, students and teachers can also browse .
curated a great list of additional online science teaching resources.
, a leading online science program, has made their website free through mid-April.
offers free coding tutorials.
has coding courses for all ages.
is a social platform developed by MIT where kids can practice building and sharing coded projects.
has activities for kids to practice coding and computer science skills offline.
The has an interactive website with activities for kids and teens.
is a PBS show and website that challenges kids to try engineering projects.
Digital Literacy
is Google's online world where kids learn about cyberbullying, internet privacy, and other skills to become responsible and "internet awesome" digital citizens.
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