Elementary School

Websites to check out!



National Geographic Kids: offers great nature videos, activities, games, stories, and more

Smithsonian Kids Collecting: how to start your own collection and see what other kids collect

Explore Dinosaurs: FAQs and top 10 myths about dinosaurs, a virtual dig, behind the scenes tours, and more from the National Museum of Natural History

Smithsonian Digging for Answers: a site that tests your research skills and knowledge

NASA Quest: interactive explorations that engage students in real science and engineering. Topics include robots, helicopters, lunar exploration, and designing your own human-friendly planet

My Wonderful World: a multimedia tour of our seven continents

Time for Kids: fun games (The Great State Race), an online weekly magazine written for kids, and news from around the world


CCS Science website

Ohio Department of Education

Newsela Teachers can sign up for a free account. Choose articles based on science themes in English or Spanish. The Lexile level can be adapted to create multiple versions of the same article to meet a diverse group of students.

Everyday Mysteries from the Library of Congress Quick science knowledge from everything from agriculture to zoology.

PBS Learning Media Teacher can select grade and subject at the top of the webpage. Under the science tab: earth and space science, engineering, life science, and physical. There are videos and lessons for all grades PreK-12.

Why Files Good for upper elementary and middle school students. The site has a section for teachers, interactive activities, a weather section, and more.

Wordle Create word clouds by typing in text or cut and pasting from the online textbook.

Word clouds are good to use before teaching a unit so students can think about the upcoming topic. Also, good to use as a review of a lesson and have students write their own important facts from the unit.

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