We understand that as an educator your time is limited and that finding FREE material to use in the classroom almost seems impossible, so we decided to compile a list for you. Below are different websites that offer free educational games, lesson plans, curriculum, worksheets, etc. that cover a variety of subjects including Reading, Math, Geography, Social Studies, Science, Foreign Language, Web Coding, Music, and Arts.

Play educational games, watch videos, and create art with Elmo, Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird, and more of your favorite muppets!

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The place for children of all ages to play games and discover new jokes, surveys, and fun crafts and recipes.

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These online learning games and songs for kids are fun, and teach important skills in math, language, science, social studies, and more.

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San Francisco’s public learning lab explores the world through science, art, and human perception. Check out their list of amazing activities and more!

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GoNoodle is designed to get students up and moving with their fun and energetic videos. Many of GoNoodle's free videos include educational activities that keep students' brains AND bodies active

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Standards based lesson plans, activities, and teaching tools on art, history, science, and technology.

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Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom

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Whyville is geared towards children from ages 8–14+, and engages its users in learning about a broad range of topics, including science, business, art and geography.

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Memrise is a user-generated learning platform which uses flashcards as memory aids. It specializes in language learning, but also offers content on a wide range of other subjects. The site offers a multitude of free courses!

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Use engaging videos on TED-Ed to create customized lessons. You can use, tweak, or completely redo any lesson featured on TED-Ed, or create lessons from great YouTube content.

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Alison provides over 1000 free online courses from the world’s leading experts.

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Find free online courses, lectures, and videos from the best colleges in the country. Take online classes from schools like Yale, MIT and Stanford.

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CK-12 Foundation provides a library of free online textbooks, videos, exercises, flashcards, and real world applications for over 5000 concepts from arithmetic to spelling.

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Standards-aligned engineering lessons and hands-on activities for use in science, engineering, and math classrooms.

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PhET simulations provide fun, interactive research-based simulations for science and math.

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All of the best K-5 online, interactive, educational games and simulations in one place! Look for NEW activities added for the 2016-2017 school year.

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Fulcrum hosts thousands of free titles and is the easiest way for teachers to find, share, and improve classroom content. Fulcrum has worksheets, lesson plans, questions, quizzes, exams, images, graphs and charts, PowerPoint presentations and more, complete with CCSS and NGSS tags. You can also follow other teachers who post great titles, create discussion groups around content, share directly with students, print directly from the app, and more. Fulcrum is also the best place for you to store and share your own content.

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PBS Learning Media provides over 100K education videos, interactive lessons, lesson plans, and articles in all subjects.

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PBS Kids provides games, quizzes, and printables for kids across all subjects.

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Discovery education provides K-12 teachers with lesson plans, games, interactives, contests, and ideas across all subjects.

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Fun Brain provides educational games, online books, and comics. Funbrain, created for kids ages preschool through grade 8, offers more than 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading, and literacy.

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ABCya is the leader in free educational computer games and mobile apps for elementary students.

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Top Marks is an Interactive Whiteboard Resource providing resources to use with your BoardShare Interactive Whiteboard in all subject areas!

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Starfall is a children's website that teaches basic reading, writing, and math skills for preschoolers and kindergarteners.

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Bookshare is an online library that makes reading accessible for people who experience barriers to reading printed materials. Free for qualifying students!

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Free reading passages and progress tracking tools for grades 5-12

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Thousands of popular, high-quality books for K-5. Free to all U.S. and Canada-based elementary school teachers and librarians.

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Scholastic Teacher Resources shares lessons, videos, tips, and reading guides to help get your students to the next level of reading.

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Professor Garfield is a reading resource that teaches vocabulary building and comprehension through exercises, games, lessons, and interactives.

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Developed by The Screen Actors Guild Foundation, Storyline Online features accomplished actors and actresses reading some of their favorite children's books. Each story comes with a free Activity Guide and can be viewed on YouTube or SchoolTube. Rainbow Fish, Wilfrid Gordon Macdonald Partridge, and To Be a Drum are just a few of the books available

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Cool Math has free online cool math lessons, cool math games and fun math activities.

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NCTM is a platform for Math teachers where they share ideas, lesson plans, and many other resources.

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A+ Click provides practice on math and logic problems designed to develop logical and creative thinking

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Prodigy is a FREE, highly engaging math game that's used by over 3,000,000 students in North America. It's fully aligned to Common Core State Standards for Grades 1-8 and automatically differentiates for each child. Educators can easily create formative assessments, track trouble spots, and view teacher/admin reports in real-time.

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Mathsframe has more than 200 interactive math games. All resources are designed, by an experienced KS2 teacher, to help children to visualize numbers, patterns and numerical relationships and to develop their mathematical thinking. New games are added regularly

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Math Play has games directed to elementary and middle school students.

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Math Playground is filled with hundreds of math games, logic puzzles, math word problems and step by step videos for 1st through 6th graders

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Take a virtual tour of 18 rooms at the National Gallery. Get closer to the paintings: choose full-screen for an even better view.

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ArtsEdge – an all-encompassing resources from the Kennedy Center, a powerful data base of lessons, standards, web links , and how-to's. There is also an eclectic collection of podcasts featuring a wide range of music. The Video Channels cover a wide array of topics including abstract art, European Art and Design, African Art, graphic design, glass, sculpture, surrealism, and much more

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Google Art Project has over 40,000 artworks from 250 Museums around the world. Explore the museums and view the art work. Google also allows you to create and share your own art collection.

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Classics for Kids, produced by Cincinnati Public Radio, offers lesson plans for K-5, podcasts, and games for teaching kids about classical music. It also provides a dictionary of music terms.

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Keeping Score is The San Francisco Symphony's website and is a comprehensive collection of educational resources for teaching composers, scores, musical techniques, and symphonies. The Education section provides resources and lessons for teachers as well as interactives.

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Music Tech Teacher is a site developed by a music technology teacher, in which you can find dozens of online music lessons, quizzes, and games designed to help elementary students learn music in 21st century classrooms.

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MusicTheory.net offers music theory lessons covering everything from basic note recognition to difficult chord inversions. The lessons can now be customized to test users. It also offers calculators and tools handy for composing music.

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Music Match is an interactive game that helps elementary students learn notes and keys.

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Duolingo is the world's most popular way to learn a language. It's 100% free, fun and science-based. Practice online on duolingo.com or on the apps!

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BBC Languages offers courses and phrases, audio and video, vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, activities and tests

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On- and off-line activities, lesson plans, and printable worksheets for middle and high school classes.

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Spanish or French for Kids for your IWB, PC or Mac. Learn basic French vocabulary using these colorful drag and drop games.

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The Livemocha community is made up of language enthusiasts: teachers, language experts, other language learners, and native speakers proud of their language and heritage. Community members help each other learn in a myriad of ways: they leave comments in response to practice exercises, build mini-lessons within exercise feedback, have practice conversations via text, video or audio chat, provide language practice and culture tips, and give much-needed encouragement

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Spacehopper is a game based Google Maps Street View imagery. Guess in the world where you are by looking at a Google Street View! Guess locations throughout the world, or narrow it down to specific continents.

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Smarty Pins is a Google Maps based geography and trivia game. It presents players with trivia questions that are answered by placing a pin on a map.

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This timed activity has players select the correct location of a city on a world map.

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The National Geographic Education site provides lessons, activities, guidelines, and ideas for Teachers.

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National Geographic Kids provides games, quizzes, and interactives for student use.

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GEO NET is a geography quiz game from Houghton Mifflin and has a category of games based on a world map and games based on a map of the United States.

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GeoGames is a Flash game that lets you drag-and-drop onto the Planet Earth. You can rotate your planet, test your geography skills, and print a copy when you are done!

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Free learning tools on media literacy and our First Amendment freedoms.

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World History is a powerful, innovative model curriculum for teaching world history in middle and high schools.

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Explore the library of humanities lesson plans by subject, theme, and grade level. Find Art and Culture lessons on anthropology, art history, folklore, mythology, religion, and more.

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American Panorama is an historical atlas of the United States for the twenty-first century. It combines cutting-edge research with innovative interactive mapping techniques, designed to appeal to anyone with an interest in American history or a love of maps.

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The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps and manuscripts in its collections.

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Providing a wealth of resources for K-12 science educators, Science NetLinks is your guide to meaningful standards-based Internet experiences for students.

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A Place to play games and learn about NASA!

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Ptable is an interactive display of the Periodic Table of Elements.

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Explore videos, download educational materials, and get step-by-step experiment guides!

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Space.com offers teachers and students videos, webcasts, photos and live space streaming. http://www.space.com/

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Scientific American provides material and videos for teachers. The program 1,000 Scientists in 1,000 Days is Scientific American's program to help scientists and educators connect. We're looking to match educators with scientists who want to volunteer, for instance, to visit the classroom to conduct a lab or talk about what it's like to be a scientist, explain the latest science, answer questions or act as a resource in other ways.

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Physics Central gives teachers access to videos, blogs, games, lessons, and podcasts.

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The NSTA site provides free online resources books for teachers.

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Rithm School offers free courses on web development that will guide you through computer programming topics.

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Code.org includes free coding lessons and the initiative also targets schools in an attempt to encourage them to include more computer science classes in the curriculum.

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Lesson plans and activities for: Carpentry, Construction, Electricity, HVACR, Plumbing, Masonry, Painting and Repair, Engineering, Welding and Manufacturing.

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Lesson plans and activities for: Carpentry, Construction, Electricity, HVACR, Plumbing, Masonry, Painting and Repair, Engineering, Welding and Manufacturing.

Read More

Play educational games, watch videos, and create art with Elmo, Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird, and more of your favorite muppets!

Read More

The place for children of all ages to play games and discover new jokes, surveys, and fun crafts and recipes.

Read More

These online learning games and songs for kids are fun, and teach important skills in math, language, science, social studies, and more.

Read More

San Francisco’s public learning lab explores the world through science, art, and human perception. Check out their list of amazing activities and more!

Read More

GoNoodle is designed to get students up and moving with their fun and energetic videos. Many of GoNoodle's free videos include educational activities that keep students' brains AND bodies active

Read More

Standards based lesson plans, activities, and teaching tools on art, history, science, and technology.

Read More

Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom

Read More

Whyville is geared towards children from ages 8–14+, and engages its users in learning about a broad range of topics, including science, business, art and geography.

Read More

Memrise is a user-generated learning platform which uses flashcards as memory aids. It specializes in language learning, but also offers content on a wide range of other subjects. The site offers a multitude of free courses!

Read More

Use engaging videos on TED-Ed to create customized lessons. You can use, tweak, or completely redo any lesson featured on TED-Ed, or create lessons from great YouTube content.

Read More

Alison provides over 1000 free online courses from the world’s leading experts.

Read More

Find free online courses, lectures, and videos from the best colleges in the country. Take online classes from schools like Yale, MIT and Stanford.

Read More

CK-12 Foundation provides a library of free online textbooks, videos, exercises, flashcards, and real world applications for over 5000 concepts from arithmetic to spelling.

Read More

Standards-aligned engineering lessons and hands-on activities for use in science, engineering, and math classrooms.

Read More

PhET simulations provide fun, interactive research-based simulations for science and math.

Read More

All of the best K-5 online, interactive, educational games and simulations in one place! Look for NEW activities added for the 2016-2017 school year.

Read More

Fulcrum hosts thousands of free titles and is the easiest way for teachers to find, share, and improve classroom content. Fulcrum has worksheets, lesson plans, questions, quizzes, exams, images, graphs and charts, PowerPoint presentations and more, complete with CCSS and NGSS tags. You can also follow other teachers who post great titles, create discussion groups around content, share directly with students, print directly from the app, and more. Fulcrum is also the best place for you to store and share your own content.

Read More

PBS Learning Media provides over 100K education videos, interactive lessons, lesson plans, and articles in all subjects.

Read More

PBS Kids provides games, quizzes, and printables for kids across all subjects.

Read More

Discovery education provides K-12 teachers with lesson plans, games, interactives, contests, and ideas across all subjects.

Read More

Fun Brain provides educational games, online books, and comics. Funbrain, created for kids ages preschool through grade 8, offers more than 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading, and literacy.

Read More

ABCya is the leader in free educational computer games and mobile apps for elementary students.

Read More

Top Marks is an Interactive Whiteboard Resource providing resources to use with your BoardShare Interactive Whiteboard in all subject areas!

Read More

Starfall is a children's website that teaches basic reading, writing, and math skills for preschoolers and kindergarteners.

Read More
image

Bookshare is an online library that makes reading accessible for people who experience barriers to reading printed materials. Free for qualifying students!

Read More
image

Free reading passages and progress tracking tools for grades 5-12

Read More
image

Thousands of popular, high-quality books for K-5. Free to all U.S. and Canada-based elementary school teachers and librarians.

Read More
image

Scholastic Teacher Resources shares lessons, videos, tips, and reading guides to help get your students to the next level of reading.

Read More
image

Professor Garfield is a reading resource that teaches vocabulary building and comprehension through exercises, games, lessons, and interactives.

Read More
image

Developed by The Screen Actors Guild Foundation, Storyline Online features accomplished actors and actresses reading some of their favorite children's books. Each story comes with a free Activity Guide and can be viewed on YouTube or SchoolTube. Rainbow Fish, Wilfrid Gordon Macdonald Partridge, and To Be a Drum are just a few of the books available

Read More
image

Cool Math has free online cool math lessons, cool math games and fun math activities.

Read More
image

NCTM is a platform for Math teachers where they share ideas, lesson plans, and many other resources.

Read More
image

A+ Click provides practice on math and logic problems designed to develop logical and creative thinking

Read More
image

Prodigy is a FREE, highly engaging math game that's used by over 3,000,000 students in North America. It's fully aligned to Common Core State Standards for Grades 1-8 and automatically differentiates for each child. Educators can easily create formative assessments, track trouble spots, and view teacher/admin reports in real-time.

Read More
image

Mathsframe has more than 200 interactive math games. All resources are designed, by an experienced KS2 teacher, to help children to visualize numbers, patterns and numerical relationships and to develop their mathematical thinking. New games are added regularly

Read More
image

Math Play has games directed to elementary and middle school students.

Read More
image

Math Playground is filled with hundreds of math games, logic puzzles, math word problems and step by step videos for 1st through 6th graders

Read More
image

Take a virtual tour of 18 rooms at the National Gallery. Get closer to the paintings: choose full-screen for an even better view.

Read More
image

ArtsEdge – an all-encompassing resources from the Kennedy Center, a powerful data base of lessons, standards, web links , and how-to's. There is also an eclectic collection of podcasts featuring a wide range of music. The Video Channels cover a wide array of topics including abstract art, European Art and Design, African Art, graphic design, glass, sculpture, surrealism, and much more

Read More
image

Google Art Project has over 40,000 artworks from 250 Museums around the world. Explore the museums and view the art work. Google also allows you to create and share your own art collection.

Read More
image

Classics for Kids, produced by Cincinnati Public Radio, offers lesson plans for K-5, podcasts, and games for teaching kids about classical music. It also provides a dictionary of music terms.

Read More
image

Keeping Score is The San Francisco Symphony's website and is a comprehensive collection of educational resources for teaching composers, scores, musical techniques, and symphonies. The Education section provides resources and lessons for teachers as well as interactives.

Read More
image

Music Tech Teacher is a site developed by a music technology teacher, in which you can find dozens of online music lessons, quizzes, and games designed to help elementary students learn music in 21st century classrooms.

Read More
image

MusicTheory.net offers music theory lessons covering everything from basic note recognition to difficult chord inversions. The lessons can now be customized to test users. It also offers calculators and tools handy for composing music.

Read More
image

Music Match is an interactive game that helps elementary students learn notes and keys.

Read More
image

Duolingo is the world's most popular way to learn a language. It's 100% free, fun and science-based. Practice online on duolingo.com or on the apps!

Read More
image

BBC Languages offers courses and phrases, audio and video, vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, activities and tests

Read More
image

On- and off-line activities, lesson plans, and printable worksheets for middle and high school classes.

Read More
image

Spanish or French for Kids for your IWB, PC or Mac. Learn basic French vocabulary using these colorful drag and drop games.

Read More
image

The Livemocha community is made up of language enthusiasts: teachers, language experts, other language learners, and native speakers proud of their language and heritage. Community members help each other learn in a myriad of ways: they leave comments in response to practice exercises, build mini-lessons within exercise feedback, have practice conversations via text, video or audio chat, provide language practice and culture tips, and give much-needed encouragement

Read More
image

Spacehopper is a game based Google Maps Street View imagery. Guess in the world where you are by looking at a Google Street View! Guess locations throughout the world, or narrow it down to specific continents.

Read More
image

Smarty Pins is a Google Maps based geography and trivia game. It presents players with trivia questions that are answered by placing a pin on a map.

Read More
image

This timed activity has players select the correct location of a city on a world map.

Read More
image

The National Geographic Education site provides lessons, activities, guidelines, and ideas for Teachers.

Read More
image

National Geographic Kids provides games, quizzes, and interactives for student use.

Read More
image

GEO NET is a geography quiz game from Houghton Mifflin and has a category of games based on a world map and games based on a map of the United States.

Read More
image

GeoGames is a Flash game that lets you drag-and-drop onto the Planet Earth. You can rotate your planet, test your geography skills, and print a copy when you are done!

Read More
image

Free learning tools on media literacy and our First Amendment freedoms.

Read More
image

World History is a powerful, innovative model curriculum for teaching world history in middle and high schools.

Read More
image

Explore the library of humanities lesson plans by subject, theme, and grade level. Find Art and Culture lessons on anthropology, art history, folklore, mythology, religion, and more.

Read More
image

American Panorama is an historical atlas of the United States for the twenty-first century. It combines cutting-edge research with innovative interactive mapping techniques, designed to appeal to anyone with an interest in American history or a love of maps.

Read More
image

The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps and manuscripts in its collections.

Read More
image

Providing a wealth of resources for K-12 science educators, Science NetLinks is your guide to meaningful standards-based Internet experiences for students.

Read More
image

A Place to play games and learn about NASA!

Read More
image

Ptable is an interactive display of the Periodic Table of Elements.

Read More
image

Explore videos, download educational materials, and get step-by-step experiment guides!

Read More
image

Space.com offers teachers and students videos, webcasts, photos and live space streaming. http://www.space.com/

Read More
image

Scientific American provides material and videos for teachers. The program 1,000 Scientists in 1,000 Days is Scientific American's program to help scientists and educators connect. We're looking to match educators with scientists who want to volunteer, for instance, to visit the classroom to conduct a lab or talk about what it's like to be a scientist, explain the latest science, answer questions or act as a resource in other ways.

Read More
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Physics Central gives teachers access to videos, blogs, games, lessons, and podcasts.

Read More
image

The NSTA site provides free online resources books for teachers.

Read More
image

Rithm School offers free courses on web development that will guide you through computer programming topics.

Read More
image

Code.org includes free coding lessons and the initiative also targets schools in an attempt to encourage them to include more computer science classes in the curriculum.

Read More
image

Lesson plans and activities for: Carpentry, Construction, Electricity, HVACR, Plumbing, Masonry, Painting and Repair, Engineering, Welding and Manufacturing.

Read More