• What It Is: Mystery Science (Links to an external site.) offers digital video mini-lessons for science subjects K-5. 
  • What They’re Offering: Mystery Science is always free, but they’ve put together a special list of lessons grade-by-grade that are perfect for tackling remotely. Find it here.
 almanac The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids  (Links to an external site.)features fun games, riddles, and puzzles, to supplement any online learning for young children.  
 ngk What could be cooler than learning about animals? On National Geographic Kids (Links to an external site.), students of all ages can enjoy science experiments, animal watch cameras and a ton of activities to keep them busy for hours.
How Stuff Works is a comprehensive articles-based site that introduces and informs on a variety of topics like culture, science, money, technology and more. Games, quizzes, and videos are also available to supplement the
 projects Fun Science Projects for Kids
Science is all about understanding the world in which we live, and our fun science projects for kids are a great way to do just that. You'll be amazed and entertained by the various projects -- everything from learning how to make invisible ink to creating "killer slime" to grossing out family and friends with virtual vomit and pseudo snot.
 explore Exploratorium (yes, the same one as the museum in San Francisco) has a website that teaches students about science and art. Help your students go far into the galaxy or deep down to the bottom of the ocean on this site. 

Students can walk through ancient history, or choose specific countries for more deep learning. BBC History for Kids (Links to an external site.) is an adventure through time.  

 times_for_kids Times for Kids offers interesting articles, photos, and videos on topics like politics, the environment, entertainment, sports, and health. 
 backpack_science Parents with elementary-age students can access Backpack Sciences free Video Series which teaches kids hands-on science concepts.