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Websites for Science
National Science Teachers Association
Explore lesson plans, journals, and other free resources divided by age group and topic
Explore lesson plans and activities grouped by subject
Exploring Nature Educational Resource
Find free and paid resources for planning lessons on animals, plants, biomes, life cycles, ecology, environment, among other topics.
Learning and Teaching About the Environment
Sponsored by the EPA, includes activities related to the environment.
Environmental Literacy Council
Visit the section for teachers to find lesson plans, teaching tips, and textbook reviews.
Fermilab Science Education Office
Resources for students and teachers to help strengthen science literacy at all levels.
The Green Squad
Students can use this site to solve local environmental issues at their school
Physical Sciences Resource Center (PSRC)
A web-based databank providing K-20 teachers with physics educational resources and simulations. All materials are classified by their grade level, topic, and activity type
American Chemical Society Education Page
Resources for high school and college teachers and students
NASA Earth Observatory
Images, articles, and more about climate and the environment; collected by NASA. Appropriate for all ages
US Geological Survey and Science Education
Resources for K-college on natural resources, natural hazards, geospatial data, and issues that affect quality of life. Hosted by USGS
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration Education Resources
Resources for teachers arranged by theme on NOAA: oceans and coasts, climate, weather, marine life, freshwater, and more. Content aligned to the national science standards.
A gateway to selected authoritative science information from federal government agencies. Useful for background information when planning lessons.
Developed at UC-Berkeley, in cooperation with the National Center for Science Education, this site is devoted to helping K-12 teachers, and provides lesson plans, activities, and other resources for teaching evolution.
Hosted by UC-Berkeley, this provides resources for science teachers K through college
science fair projects ideas and more for students and teachers
The Inquiry Project
Science curricula and professional development aligned with the NRC Science Framework
Science Museum of Minnesota Online Activities
Curriculum support, professional development, and interactive classes developed by the Science Museum of Minnesota
DNR Education page
The portal page for environmental education from the DNR.
Wolf Ridge Education
Includes summer camp, youth trips and adult education
Raptor Center Education Page
A comprehensive selection of learning opportunities for students and teachers about birds and raptors
Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center
Located in Lanesboro, this accredited educational and environmental organization offers classes and learning opportunities for all ages
International Wolf Center
Located in Ely, they offer online and in-person educational programs
Monarchs in the Classroom
Sponsored by the U of M and Minnesota Extension Service.
Minnesota Science Olympiad
The Minnesota Science Olympiad is a program providing science, technology, engineering and math competitions
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