At-Home School Science Resources

AT-HOME SCIENCE RESOURCES

Elementary K-5

Carolina has provided some physical science resources that can be used by your students at home to continue learning science concepts and are set up in a week-to-week format. Please let us know if you have any questions.


K-12 Resources

Carolina Learning At Home Website: All resources are open to the public and at no cost. Click the link to go to the page.

What You'll Find:

BBS3D Supporting K-5

  • Links to PDFs with LIteracy Articles, Literacy and Science, Take-Home science, and Science in the News (includes teacher versions for literacy articles.
  • Instructions for use: Thank you Jeff and Deborah! These PDFs contain instructions for using the above resources along with a schedule for using them over the next several weeks.

Science Magnifier Supporting grades 3-5

  • Links to intermediate eBook in English and Spanish.
  • A link to the STudent Activity Sheets that go with the activities that are in the book.
  • A link to additional investigations that match content in the Magnifier - this includes the teacher instruction and student sheets.

Smithsonian Science for the Classroom supporting K-5

  • Links to the SSftC age on the Smithsonian to give teachers quick access to module resources.

Smithsonian supporting K-8

  • Links to our resources page that shows the different places they can go on the Smithsonian’s website—providing this way keeps them from having to dig around the Smithsonian site—Quick access!

Smithsonian supporting grades 6-8

  • Research Module access! We’re presenting in this way to offer the broadest access possible—this avoids account creation for both new teachers and students. Click on the Access resources link to view individual title PDFs that contain:
    • A link for the teacher to all teacher and student resources.
    • Individual links to student resources that they can send to their students along with instructions for completing.
  • A link to the STCMS page with MS modules.

Innovators in Science

  • A preview link that can be shared with students.

More to come for high school!