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Some Good Resources for Kids Summer Learning

June 13, 2015
Summer vacation is coming and students will be spending it in different ways – from tinkering around the house and going swimming through brushing up on math and considering what degree they’ll take up in college. Whatever they do, we hope to inspire them to get excited about something new, and make use of their unstructured time to find their passion.



We’ve gathered resources on different topics so that you can share it with your students  and help spark their interest in something new, from STEM through human stories. Among the many resources that our team gathered, here are the ones that we think will be more useful (and fun!):


1- NASA Kids Page
http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/k-12/UEET/StudentSite/dynamicsofflight.html

2- ScienceNews for Students
https://student.societyforscience.org/topic/tech-math

3- Math Calculators - organized by Subject, Topic and Difficulty
http://www.calculators.org/math/

4- archKIDecture: Achitecture for children
http://archkidecture.org/

5- Engineering the Future: The Educator's Guide to Building and Constructionhttp://www.homeadvisor.com/r/educators-guide-to-building-and-construction/

6- Become an Engineer
http://tryengineering.org/explore-engineering/become-engineer

7- Become a Doctor: Preparing for the MCAT
https://www.aclsrecertificationonline.com/acls-online-library-preparing-for-the-mcat.html

8- World Culture
http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/places/find/

9- The Encyclopedia of Earth - Geography
http://www.eoearth.org/topics/view/51cbfc78f702fc2ba8129e5c/

By Sara Bell from Educators Lab