Your school can receive free access to Britannica LaunchPacks Social Studies and LaunchPacks Science by signing up Here.
Liberty's Kids - American History
Kendall Hunt RPD would like to make sure that students still have the option and ability to continue learning during this time. As a response to schools closing for an undetermined amount of time, we have decided to give educators free access to our K-12 digital as well as the SDA/NAD Custom Curriculum via our online platform, Flourish, for 60 days! This will make teacher and student editions accessible digitally. Whether schools utilize Flourish frequently or are less familiar with accessing these digital resources, please do not hesitate to reach out to us for assistance. We are here to help guide them through the digital curriculum and are happy to do so! Please feel free to send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call my office (563-589-1149). - Lynn Molony
Steve Spangle Live Mondays 9 am SpanglerScienceTV
Mystery Science - Science lessons K-5
The AACT is making its materials available free of charge through 31st March 2020. The American Association of Chemistry Teachers (AACT) chemistry education focused resource (High School, Middle & Elementary) maintained by the American Chemical Society: https://teachchemistry.org/
ChemEdX is a great resource for HS chemistry teachers in the first place. They have created a “moving to online classes” page
The podcast “Chemistry in its element” has hundreds of podcasts on various topics of chemistry. It is from Chemistry World, which is the RSCs ([British] Royal Society of Chemistry). The materials covered in <10 minute podcasts include
- Elements: cute Periodic Table access to podcasts
- “simple” inorganic compounds CsCl
- Organic compounds
- Biological molecules (proteins, etc).
The RSC has several other podcasts as well.