Scholastic Education’s home page links to sites for students; includes tie-ins with series books such as Magic School Bus
Science Learning Network -- a project sponsored by Unisys Corporation, the National Science Foundation, the Franklin Institute, the Science Museum of Boston, the Portland, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, and the San Francisco Exploratorium.
SOPHIA - Sophia is an online library of lessons and tutorials in all subjects (not just aerospace-related). Teachers can also create their own lessons and deposit them into libraries the teacher creates. Students can view lessons at anytime from any computer with Internet access. Check out the video that demonstrates how to use Sophia.
SPACE: A Journey to Our Future - A 12,000 square foot traveling exhibition on the whos, hows, and whys of space exploration sponsored by General Motors,Space Day Foundation and Lockheed Martin.
StarChild – a learning center for young astronauts.
"Space Place Live!" - The Space Place presents the Space Place kids hosting their first talk show live from the Space Place Clubhouse. Guests will include real scientists and engineers working in the space program.
NASA: 21st Century Explorer - a series of newsbreaks and educational materials featuring student actors. Students and educators in grades three through five will find a wide selection of hands-on projects, stories and videos presented in both Spanish and English.
Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Podcast -NASA provides a set of audio and video clips along with links to images and information about a STEM-related topic. Students can choose as many items as they want to include in a project and download them to their computer. Students can use the information provided or conduct their own research to write a script for an audio or video production.
Challenger Centers - The Challenger Centers are non-profit, international network of facilities and programs founded by the families of the seven crew members of Challenger Flight 51L to continue the crew's educational mission. The Challenger Center uses the theme of space exploration to create positive learning experiences, foster interest in science, math, and technology and to motivate young people to explore and promote science literacy.