1. Space Racers

Head to outer space with the Space Racers. Space Racers is an animated series for preschoolers to learn about spacefaring cadets at the Stardust Space Academy. They also offer science-based lessons, games and space-related educational activities that families can explore together.

2. MadScience

Create your own at-home experiments that your family can do with ingredients that you most likely already have in your house!

3. St. Louis Science Center

Watch live science experiments presented by the St. Louis Science Center! 

4. The American Chemical Society

Complete chemistry curriculum  online through the American Chemical Society. They offer lessons for multiple age groups.

5. NASA Climate Kids

Work along with the NASA initiative to uncover a wide range of topics including weather, climate, atmosphere, water, energy, plants, and animals. 

6. Ask Dr. Universe

Ask Dr. Universe anything you want about history, geography, plants, animals, technology, engineering, math, and culture and he’ll answer all your questions on his website. 

7. California Science Center

The California Science Center goes live everyday at 12:00PM central time to cover different science activities on their website. 

9. MEL Acedemy

MEL Science Academy is offering 45-minute webinars instructing at-home science lessons for kids! Parents can register their kids for free for the next three months.

10. NASA

Explore NASA Stem and check out all the activities they have for students and teachers.

11. SciShow Kids

Watch SciShow Kids every Tuesday and Thursday with Jessi and her robot rat Squeaks as they answer your questions and explain fun, complex science concepts for young, curious minds.

12. Little Bins for Little Hands

Join the journey to discover just how cool science can be. Click on the link below to create your own at-home projects for stem, partake in the stem challenge and enjoy 20+ indoor fun ideas.