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Rapid Tables

RapidTables.com is a comprehensive online resource that offers a wide range of calculators, converters, and reference tools for various subjects. It provides quick access to tools related to mathematics, physics, chemistry, and other scientific disciplines, allowing users to perform complex calculations and conversions effortlessly. With its user-friendly interface and vast collection of informative articles and charts, RapidTables.com serves as a valuable platform for students, educators, and professionals seeking efficient solutions and useful information across multiple fields.

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Stanford Educator Resources

Research centers at Stanford Graduate School of Education develop a variety of free resources to support the work of PK–12 educators and teacher educators. Explore the resources listed and visit the research center sites to find a variety of quality teaching materials.

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Earth @ Home

Earth@Home is a free educational resource created by the Paleontological Research Institution. Their goal is to provide free and accessible resources for educators, students, and anyone interested in learning about the Earth.

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Today’s Science

Provided by INFOhio for Ohio educators, Today’s Science is a website that collects different resources that address real-life science topics. It includes news articles, conversations with scientists, videos, experiments, and more! The attached link with go directly to the experiments page.

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ScienceFlix

Provided by INFOhio for Ohio educators, ScienceFlix is a great resource from Scholastic that includes experiments, reading resources, videos, and an entire section dedicated to learning about careers in science.

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American Museum of Natural History

The American Museum of Natural History has a library with nearly 500 educational resources for teaching and learning about science. The library lets you filter by grade level, topics like Careers in Science, Life Science, and Space Science, and you can filter by resource type like lesson plans, games and videos.

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Ology

Ology was created by the American Museum of Natural History. It offers a diverse range of resources and activities related to various scientific disciplines, such as Paleontology, Astronomy, and Climate Change. Through engaging hands-on activities, interactive games, readings, and videos, Ology fosters a deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world among students of all ages.

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Teach Engineering

Teach Engineering is a website that houses a full K-12 curriculum for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Browse through the full curriculum by unit, lesson, activity, or by state or national standards. Each lesson and activity is completely prepared with detailed teacher guides and links to associated resources.

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CalAcademy

The California Academy of Sciences operates an excellent resource website for Science Teachers. Search or filter through hundreds of detailed lesson plans and other activities that thoughtfully bring science to life.

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GeoGebra

GeoGebra has over 1 MILLION free activities, simulations, exercises, lessons, and games for math & science! Each is designed to be an interactive demonstration of a mathematic or scientific principle. Teachers can browse through the resources and share them with students via a link or a join code.

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