Educational Links for Kids
September 18, 2014
[Editor's Note: Perhaps interested parents can give me know their opinion of these links...Ken]
I hope your summer is going well so far! I’m writing to introduce EducatorLabs.org, a new volunteer-based startup that conducts free research for educators. We put retired teachers and librarians (like me) back into meaningful engagement with other teachers.
Would you be open to sharing our Request a Resource page with your education visitors (http://educatorlabs.org/request-a-resource/)? Maybe on this page: http://educate-yourself.org/links.shtml? And by the way… thank you for the resources there… we added some to our collection, including the NASA link (we love that site!).
I’m passing along some resources below that are in the same fun, educational vein as your NASA resource. Please add them too if you think they’d be a good fit for educators:
Math Activities for Kids
89 Financial Literacy Lesson Plans and Teaching Tools for K-12
Crunch the Numbers: Do More Math, Eat More Fruits and Vegetables
ZoomSci: Science and Engineering Projects for Kids
Car Physics and Newton's Laws of Motion
Wildlife and Nature Lesson Plans and Resources for Educators
Forest Fire Safety and Prevention for Kids
Astronomy for Kids
Let me know if you decide to post them - I will share the good news with the rest of the team!
Thank you for your time!
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