Project-Based, Student Centered Learning in a Technology Rich Environment

STEAM Websites for Educators Working With Students

Bill Nye the Science Guy – Activities, videos, and printables for home and for school.

Great Websites for Kids – Sponsored by the Association for Library Service to Children.

How to Code – Games to teach kids and adults the computer programming basics.


How to Smile – Science and technology activities for teachers, after-school programs and parents. SMILE stands for Science and Math Informal Learning Educators. Activities are designed for those who teach school-aged children in non-classroom settings. Developed by informal science organizations headed up by staff from the Lawrence Hall of Science, the Exploratorium, the New York Hall of Science and others.

Math and Computer Websites – Sponsored by the American Library Association. Links to many other curricular areas.

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics – Lessons and Elementary, Middle and High School students.

                                                                                       National Science Digital Library – High quality online educational resources

                                                                                       for teaching and learning, funded by the National Science Foundation.

                                                                                       National Science Teachers Association – Everything you need for both                                                                                                  teachers and parents.

                                                                                       PBS Kids Lab – Lots of activities and resources.

updated July 22, 2016