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Online Apps & Activities

Kahn Academy

Through interactive exercises, you can analyze the plot, world, and characters in their favorite films. Start your own storytelling superpowers.

MPR News and Southern California Public Radio

Brains On! is a podcast featuring science and kids produced by MPR News and Southern California Public Radio. We ask questions and go wherever the answers take us.

Using candy as a teaching tool

Candy of all different types, shapes, and sizes are used to teach children concepts of sensory play, help develop their math skills, and are even used to help them create cool science experiments.

A Coloring Book of Science & Engineering Research

ColorMePhD is a free resource for students, educators, scientists, and members of the community of all ages to engage in current PhD level research in science and engineering. Each coloring page contains original art developed by PhD student researchers, and is accompanied by a description of the PhD work, summarizing recent scientific publications in words for a general audience.

Lawrence Hall of Science

Allows families and educators to investigate and learn about lakes and other freshwater ecosystems at home, at school, or anywhere you go!

Lawrence Hall of Science

Allows families and educators to investigate and learn about the human body at home, at school, or anywhere you go!

Ideas for science experiment using bottles

Did you know you can learn about science with a couple of bottles and a few things out of the cupboards in your house? There are lots of great experiments you can try with the bottles that are probably in your family's recycling bin right now. Any kind of plastic bottle will do: old soda bottles, water bottles, or any other kind of bottle you might find in there. Gather up a few and get ready to try some experiments that will amaze your friends and family.

Lawrence Hall of Science

Allows families and educators to investigate and learn about the Sun at home, at school, or anywhere you go!

Kahn Academy

Students simulate the way hair moves by adjusting physical effects like gravity, stiffness, and damping. Recommended for grades 6 and up. Simulations are based on the Pixar film "Brave," with Merida's bouncy, curly hair. How does Pixar do it?  Learn how!

Kahn Academy

Students learn how Pixar story artists create memorable characters. How does Pixar do it?  Click here!

Kahn Academy

Structure helps storytellers answer the critical question:  what do I want my audience to know and when?  The experts at Pixar will help students learn how to compellingly organize and structure their own stories.

Downloadable game about placing blocks and going on adventures. Explore randomly generated worlds and build amazing things from the simplest of homes to the grandest of castles. Play in Creative Mode with unlimited resources or mine deep in Survival Mode, crafting weapons and armor to fend off dangerous mobs. Do all this alone or with friends.

Lawrence Hall of Science

An educational adventure game that explores the cardiovascular system and how it is affected by healthy living.


Enjoy fun snacks!

Everything Under the Sun!

Smithsonian Learning Lab puts the treasures of the world's largest museum, education, and research complex within reach.

Lawrence Hall of Science

Have you tried Hawaiian Turkey Sliders? Quesadilla Con Huevos? How about a Peanut Butter Banana Breakfast Shake? Space Chef has, and he wants you to try them too! Space Chef, developed by the Lawrence Hall of Science at UC Berkeley, is a fast-paced action game designed to provide the starting point needed to build healthy meals using simple, readily available, and nutritious ingredients.

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