Our main focus for teachers are things that will help them get their students excited about our North Bay Science Discovery Day and to get the most of their visit. You have full permission to duplicate these and use them with your students.
WORKSHEET: Here are two versions of the activity designed to be used by teachers if they wish to incorporate Science Discovery Day into their curriculum. The PDF file is ready to print, and the Word doc may be modified.
All Education Schools has a collection of websites focused on the education industry with resources for STEM careers, diversity, and scholarships.
Science Sleuth and Treasure Hunt are two activities that students can do while attending our North Bay Science Discovery Day. Print-ready copies are available here.
NSF National Center for age Study Teaching in Science contains case studies that becomes stories with an educational message.
GRAPEVINE NEWSLETTER: The "Grapevine," a monthly e-newsletter full of ideas and resources for teachers, is written and distributed by Mike Roa, former science coordinator for Sonoma County Office of Education. Contact Mike Roa to be on his mailing list.
The Educator's Guide to Real Estate Lesson Plans: Math & Science: School lessons relevant to real life.
Computer Programming Basics Lesson Plan: Tynker Games: School lessons using BrainPOP resources and online coding games.
The Educator's Guide to Applying Real-World Math: 15 Resources with over 100 Lesson Plans.
Architecture Activities to Help You Address NGSS Engineering Standards: Teaching the engineering section in the Next Generation Science Standards for science teachers.
SciShow Kids - Science Videos on YouTube.
Pre-K-12 Student Geometry Lesson Plans: From shapes around us, understand objects in two- and three-dimensional shapes and figures.
LAWRENCE HALL OF SCIENCE has a "Science Out-of-School" program.
SONOMA COUNTY WATER AGENCY has a "Water Education Program."