NASA Educators (External Link)
Lesson plans, teacher guides, classroom activities, video clips, games, posters, and more for teachers and students in grades K-4, 5-8, 9-12, and higher education.
Kinetic City (External Link)
Science games for students in grades 3-5. One activity asks students to replace the body systems of a character who sounds like Arnold Schwarzenegger. The website requires free registration.
Engineer Your Life (External Link)
This guide introduces girls in grades 9-12 to young women engineers and highlights careers. A section for parent and counselors furnishes background in engineering to better advise students. The site has a link to a companion site for girls in grades 5-8.
PBS Education Resource Center (External Link)
PBS offers various resources for grades PreK-12; one professional development offering is Hosting a STEM Day.
Discovery Education (External Link)
Discovery Education offers a broad range of free classroom resources which include STEM resources that complement and extend learning.
Intel’s Design and Discovery Curriculum (External Link)
Intel’s Design and Discovery Curriculum is a free, inquiry-based and interdisciplinary curriculum for students ages 11–15 that allows them to explore engineering by engaging in hands-on design activities. Students build their understanding in a sequential way and learn to identify real-world problems and develop ideas for solutions.
The Engineering Place (External Link)
North Carolina State University of hands-on lessons with engineering applications
TEACHENGINEERING Curriculum for K-12 Teachers (External Link)
This site offers units, lessons and activities in engineering as well as STEM