The Science Buddies and Science Kids sites were really user friendly and provided resources for hands on activities for all ages. If you are a parent, teacher or student there is something for everyone on these sites. The Mosa Mack site had hands-on labs. The Mystery Science site had 2,999 free registrations available. This site included open and go lessons to inspire students to love science.
The technology resources shared are all free and cover ages from K-12. All involve creativity, coding and critical thinking.
Engineering Go for It includes lesson plans, class activities, outreach programs and web resources. Here teachers will find tools to boot students math and science skills. NASA Education has resources for educators and students. The resources are broken into grade level categories. Engineering Games is a PBS site that has a long list of games that engage students in engineering tasks. DIY is a site for students to try 100s of challenges and discover new skills.
Scrap Coloring is a free site to develop a students artistic sense. Easy drawing guides provides tutorials on how to draw. Smithsonian Everything Art has lots of hands on activities and games about culture, history, people, and places. Make Beliefs comics allows users to create their own comic strip.
Cool Math Games was a free site, but it includes advertisements unless you subscribe, but the games were cool. Math is fun covered a variety of games and a variety of topics kindergarten to high school. Math Playground was really interactive and looks like a lot of fun. There were varied categories of activities to choose from. Lastly, Math Games was a K-8 site and had a number of math games to choose from.
20 Great STEAM Websites for Young Learners
A- Mosa Mack
B- Science Buddies
C- Science Kids
D- Mystery Science
C- Google CS Education
A- Engineering Go for It
B- NASA Education
C- Engineering Games
A- Scrap Coloring
B- Easy Drawing Guides
C- Smithsonian Everything Art
D- Make Beliefs Comics
A- Cool Math Games
B- Math is Fun
C- Math Playground
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