STEM Education Resource Center: Science Resources
PBS is well known for science series such as NOVA , NATURE and SID THE SCIENCE KID. PBS Teachers offers hundreds of standards-based, online resources designed to help teachers promote understanding of science concepts and development of hands-on science skills.
Here are some examples. To find more, search our database of nearly 4,000 science, technology, engineering and math resources for grades preK-12. We've also created a printable STEM Resource Round Up [126K pdf] for your use.
Exploring Science With Children PBS Parents provides advice and activity ideas to help young children engage in science from the kitchen to the backyard to the playground.
New Hampshire Public Television's Wildlife Journal, Junior explores the natural world and New Hampshire wildlife.
WXXI Public Broadcasting's 60 Second Science features inexpensive and accessible experiments that are easy to replicate at home, with parental supervision and participation.
KQED's QUEST is a new multimedia series about the people behind San Francisco Bay Area science and environmental issues and how their work is changing the way we live.
Planet H20 from Thirteen/WNET is a multimedia environmental education project that tells the story of water, the world's most vital resource. Teacher resources include lesson plans and activities for all grades.
Louisiana Public Broadcasting's Enviro Tackle Box is designed for middle school students, that focuses on environmental education topics.
Activity Packs are a growing library of theme-based widgets containing links to high-quality PBS resources and activities for multiple grade levels. If you like one, grab it!
Learn how medical pioneers who researched antibiotics, genetics and organ transplants have contributed to better treatments and some cures.
Discover how detective work related to DNA, human remains and fingerprints helps to identify a victim and determine the cause of death.