Educational Links

Educational Links for Parents and Teachers

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Science, math, reading, and art for ages 2-8.

Teach your student about agricultural practices with interactive games, videos, fun facts, workshops, and more!

Hello Future Scientists! Today we will be learning about ocean and freshwater density and how it can impact our environment.

4th-5th grade geography worksheets free to download.

4-H offers great lesson plans in different curriculum books. Some cost money.

Free science videos, activities, and websites

Over 6,000 free videos about math and science!

Live programs and activities for your home from Meigs Point Nature Center.

Learn about your carbon footprint!

NASA provides great explanations for climate and weather, atmosphere, plants and animals, water, and energy.

National Geographic resource library.

Activities, science projects, apps, and virtual tours of museums and national parks.

8 Ways Kids Can Help the Environment.

Sign in with Google and watch interactive videos about science.

Lesson plans and student activities for K-8th grade.

Scientific facts, quizzes, worksheets, and more!

Scientific lesson plans for K-12th grade.

This website has scientific, historical, mathematical, and more types of movies and activities for students. There is a cost for the movies.

Learn about tree rings with our Connecticut Environmental Action Day and UConn 4-H programs. Maggi Anstett, a UConn CAHNR student, will teach you some important information about tree rings, and then you can go out and explore on your own.