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Technology Resources Page

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STEM technology activities are a part of our world today and won’t be going away anytime soon. But when it comes to STEM, the “T” in STEM, technology, can be hard to teach!


Use these technology activities for kids to help explore the technical side of STEM and prepare children to live and work in a society steeped in technology and change.
Code.Org is a site designed to support the learning and teaching of computer coding. Features Hour of Code, a special program designed to teach beginners how to code. Through well thought out tutorials people of all ages can learn Scratch, Hopscotch and Java programming languages.

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Frontiers for Young Minds

Providing educators, parents, and students with science articles that are geared toward kids is what Frontiers for Young Minds is all about.  Intriguing articles and age-appropriate content make it an excellent and engaging resource.

CyberChase (PBS Kids)

PBS Kids show CyberChase offers a range of online resources for future CISOs, including activities and games geared toward learning math, code, and similar concepts.

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ID Tech

In 1999, our family pioneered the very first tech camps for kids and teens. We’ve since grown from 280 to 50,000 students per year, spreading our Silicon Valley startup culture around the world and online. No other program has our track record of long-term student success, our passion, or our reputation as the world's go-to summer STEM educator.

Typing: A Technology Skill

My students love the certificates and are proud to display their growth on the walls of our classroom. Last year’s winner was a 5th grader who got up to 113 WPM using the program!

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Environmental Protection Agency

This website provides K-12 students and educators with access to quality homework resources, lesson plans and project ideas for learning and teaching about the environment.  Environmental education (EE) is a multi-disciplinary approach to learning about environmental issues that enhances knowledge, builds critical thinking skills, and helps students make informed and responsible decisions.


The website of the San Francisco-based Exploratorium is jam-packed with interactive activities, videos, apps, links and more.

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How Stuff Works

It has hundreds upon thousands of articles that explain the wonders of science (and almost everything else on the planet).

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