• 12 STEM Resources for All Grades

    Posted by Gustavo Perez on 8/1/2014 12:00:00 PM

    12 STEM resources for all grades



    Middle School

    High School


    The Lawrence Hall of Science: Students play games and have interactive, engaging experiences as they learn about all manner of science topics

    Through a free basic membership, students can use BioDigital Human to learn and virtually explore the human body.

    Coaster Crafter: Building roller coasters is one way to learn about physics, and this resource helps students learn about force and motion while testing their constructions.


    EduBlogs: Secure blogging to help young students organize their thoughts and learn how to interact online

    Scratch: This programming resource is designed for children ages 8-16, and is perfect for middle school students who want to learn more about programming

    Prezi: High school students can learn how to create and give presentations on their own or with peers, learning valuable skills for college and the workforce


    eGFI, from the American Society for Engineering Education, offers lesson plans, class activities, and outreach programs for students of all ages, including K-5 students.

    Central Texas Discover Engineering: While this resource is Texas-based, the middle school engineering activities are engaging and encouraging.

    Engineer Your Life is an engineering guide for high school girls.


    Developed by a teacher, Math Cats is designed around open-ended and creative math exploration.


    Home-Schooling Help: Math Games and Resources: This page is available by HomeAdvisor and has many links to various math game and resources for all ages.

    Math Central: This safe site is maintained by teachers, faculty, and students at various Canadian universities. Students can ask questions, try out challenging math problems, and more.

    The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives is a library of interactive web-based virtual manipulatives and concept tutorials. The tools help engage students and prompt them to visualize mathematical relationships in unique ways.


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