Best Science & STEM Online Resources
BEST RESOURCES FOR AT-HOME LEARNING IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, MATHEMATICS AND DESIGN
There are so many resources for STEM and design available on the internet that it is hard to know which are the best. The staff at Robotics And Beyond have curated this list of some of the newest (and we think, the best) resources available to-date.
Prodigy: Math platform for grades 1-8
Superhero Comic Book Maker: app, for Apple products only
TGR Foundation Interactive Resources: for grades 6-12
Learn Latin! This is a beginner Latin course for students in grades 5th-8th.
PBS NOVA: From the popular PBS series, students can now participate in at-home activities.
Rube Goldberg challenge: A really fun challenge from Rube’s granddaughter!
#ColorOurCollections: You can color illustrations from institutions around the world.
Maker Camp: Fun resources brought to you by the leaders of the Maker movement.
Full STEAM Ahead: Excellent topics each week from MIT focusing on a different subject including the science around the COVID-19 outbreak and defeating it.
NASA at Home: Great NASA activities and resources to use at home.
Science Friday: All kinds of science topics from the long-running NPR radio show.
- Science Friday STEM activities for middle- and high-schoolers
- Science Friday STEM activities for younger kids
Science Buddies: A great resource for teachers and parents.
James Dyson Foundation: The company that brought us revolutionary vacuum cleaners and hand dryers has great STEM challenges for kids.
Coding and Computer Science
The Robotics And Beyond blog with instruction and challenges.
beanz: Excellent computer science magazine! Print and online – has a lot of great coding articles and lessons, and computer science activities in general. The print magazine is inexpensive, $30/year for 6 issues plus all back issues free online. Without a subscription you can still get 2016 and earlier issues available online for free.