- 123D Catch
An app that lets you turn pictures into 3-D models.
- 123D Design
Create 3-D designs and send them to 123D Make http://www.123dapp.com/make
- 123D Make
Can be used on iPad, Mac, Windows desktops and online.
- 3-D tin
A web-based program that provides templates for re-creating existing 3-D models or allows you to build one from scratch.
ce is a 3D programming environment that allows students create animations, interactive games, or videos to share on the web. The application will help students understand key principles such as object orientated programming and 3D modeling.
A free Google program designed to teach students about if-then logic through a visual interface. Features jigsaw-like pieces containing commands that you snap together to create an application.
Cargo-Bot is another game that teaches coding skills. On each level, the objective is to move colored crates from one place to another by programming a claw crane to move left or right, and drop or pick up. The game was actually programmed on an iPad, using a touch-based coding app called Codea, which is based on the programming language Lua.
For students and teachers who want to learn basic computer programming.
- Code Academy
Learn to code for free.
- Code Monster
Contains 58 short lessons, taking students from basic actions like resizing objects to complex animation.
- Hackety Hack
Hackety Hack will teach you the absolute basics of programming from the ground up. No previous programming experience is needed! With Hackety Hack, you'll learn the Ruby programming language. Ruby is used for all kinds of programs, including desktop applications and websites.
- Lego Mindstorms
- MIT App Inventor
Functions with a drag-and-drop interface that emphasizes sequencing.
Create stories, games and animations and share with others all over the world!
Free open source software to create simple games.
The interface looks similar to Scratch. But while Scratch was designed to program, Tynker was built to teach programming. The app features starter lesson plans, classroom management tools, and an online showcase of student-created programs. Lessons are self-paced and simple for students to follow without assistance.
Download the virtual physics lab for Windows or Mac for free.
Includes information on matter, elements, atoms, math and reactions. Grades 4 and up.
- Exploratorium Hands-on Activities
Over 500 simple experiments based upon experiences from the museum.
- How Stuff Works
"With accessible text, links to source material, and a countdown list format, this site has strong appeal for browsers intrigued by “10 Weird Inventions That Made Millions” or “10 Inventions That Changed the World.”
- Lawrence Hall of Science
Science 24/7: games, quizzes and more!
- PBS Kids Sci Girls
- Science Bob
From science fair ideas to simple at-home experiments to research help, Science Bob has thought of everything. The straightforward presentation and tone make the topics accessible and doable.
- Science Buddies
Science Buddies focuses on developing resources for students conducting science fair projects. This includes helping students narrow down a scientific area of interest for their science fair project; step by step guide on how to do a science fair project and a free online forum, staffed by volunteer science professionals, where students can get answers to their questions in any area of science.
- Steve Spangler Science
Offers a host of science experiments in the Lab section. Search by broad scientific concepts such as 'All About Air' to 'Weather.'
- Study Jams
Engaging multimedia lessons focused mainly on the earth sciences -- plant reproduction, the kingdoms of life, photosynthesis -- are presented in ways that appeal to different learning styles. Kids can sing along to lessons, watch videos, and click through slideshows.
Hundreds of science experiments and activities with feedback from kids and teachers who have tried them.
- American Society of Civil Engineers
Play games, build bridges, meet an engineer!
- Big Learning
Beyond the obvious math and science learning, engineering brings an understanding of how the world works - how buildings stand up, how machines move, and how people make and use technology. Through hands-on projects, kids gain the confidence and know-how to tackle all kinds of "do-it-yourself" tasks.
- Engineer Girl
Created to inspire and inform girls about the world of engineering, this site features interviews with engineers, biographies of pioneering females, and recent developments in the field. Links to scholarships, career paths, and an “Ask an Engineer” page provide opportunities for girls to explore the field.
- Engineering 4 Kids
Engineering for Kids Day (E4K) is an annual outreach event hosted by the UC Berkeley engineering community. E4K hosts hundreds of students in grades 4-6 for a FREE one-day science and engineering education event on the UC Berkeley campus.
- How Stuff Works
Clear, concise explanations of how things work: mechanical, computers, automotive, and human body. Excellent section on cells and how to set up a web page. Grade 4 and up.
- Pinterest Engineering Ideas for Kids
- Project Based Engineering for Kids
Free instructions for building bridges, rockets and more!
- Science Kids Engineering
Discover the world of engineering for kids with our range of free games, cool science fair projects, fun experiments, interesting facts, amazing videos, quizzes, worksheets and more!
- Science Kids Engineering Facts
Check out our interesting building facts which feature a range of famous buildings and skyscrapers from around
the world. Understand what makes these structures special, learn some cool facts and enjoy a range of fun trivia for kids.
- Think Mech for Kids!
Games and activities.
- Cool Math
Games, puzzles and fun activities to build math skills.
- Digit Whiz
DigitWhiz is a foundational math program where kids master skills needed for pre-algebra and beyond using adaptive games.
- Fun Brain
- Khan Academy
Covers K-12 math, science topics such as biology, chemistry, and physics, and even reaches into the humanities with playlists on finance and history. Each video is a digestible chunk, approximately 10 minutes long, and especially purposed for viewing on the computer
- Math Forum
This is primarily an archive of K-12 student mathematical questions answered by a group of students, instructors and mathematicians. The archive is searchable both by a Table of Contents and by keyword. The site also includes problems suitable for students of varying grade levels.
- Math Games for Kids
Practice math with games and online flash cards.
- Math Playground
Give your brain a workout!
- Math Quizzes
Quizzes, trivia, tests, and free online games.
- Mixing in Math
Build on math skills in everyday activities.
- PBS Kids Math Games
Hundreds of fun games and activities.
UMIGO is a kooky, beautifully designed math and engineering game site that's geared toward younger kids.