Free lessons and resources for K-12 on the 2010 Census.

Teacher Professional Development offered by the American Museum of Natural History. Topics include the earth, the ocean, genetics, evolution, the solar system and space time and motion.

A free, searchable catalog of standards-based science teaching materials for K-12 educators.

The Museum of Natural history’s science-rich website for curious minds ages seven and up makes complex scientific concepts accessible and fun through games, activities, and stories. Kids can search OLogy to learn more about their favorite science topics.

Thinkfinity.org is a website that brings teachers great online educational resources for FREE. The website offers a large breadth and depth of reliable, top-quality content and proven lesson plans created by Verizon’s Consortium Partners (which include the NEA). One of the best things about these resources is that you can pick the state content standards you want your resources or lesson plans to match!

This is PBS’s website that contains great resources, lesson plans, videos, workshops and more for teachers and students.

PBS also offers online professional development for teachers.

Teaching Tolerance is the Southern Poverty Law Center’s educational program. They offer a free magazine to all teachers called Teaching Tolerance, and they provide lesson plans, videos, books and more to increase cultural competency in the classroom.