STEM

Generation Genius

Generation Genius is a science teaching resource that brings school science standards to life through fun and educational videos paired with lesson plans, activities, quizzes, reading material, discussion questions and more. Find out more here.

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SplashLearn’s fun math games for kids

StudyPad’s vision is to transform K-12 learning by making it fun and personalized for every child and to prepare them for skills required in 21st-century. Find out more here.

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STEAM @ the Libarary

Calling all tinkerers, creators, makers and inventors! Pasadena Public Library, in partnership with many other city institutions, launched a citywide STEAM initiative in 2018 encouraging individuals to delve into Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics programs, classes and a host of related curriculum. Find out more here.

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Pasadena LEARNs

PasadenaLEARNs After School Program serves students in grades K-12 at 23 schools within the Pasadena Unified School District. Find out more here.

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Chess Kids

Empower children to learn the timeless game of Chess on the world’s #1 Chess site for kids! The learning tools will keep kids motivated to learn and improve their Chess skills. More importantly, learning Chess will give them skills that they can take with them throughout life: strategy, tactics, creativity, perseverance and calculated risk-taking. Find out more here.

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LA area City of STEM group

LA’s largest celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math takes place the entire month of April with a series of amazing events and awesome activities throughout Los Angeles County. Find out more here.

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Carnegie Observatories

Carnegie Observatories is an Astronomy research institute in Pasadena, founded by George Ellery Hale in 1904 as the Mt. Wilson Observatory. Find out more here.

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The Weather Channel

A great option for school-age kids, The Weather Channel’s website has a dozen or so science-based videos that touch on concepts such as rainbows, jet streams, and how tides work. Find out more here.

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Radish Kids

Raddish, a for-kids cooking subscription service, is currently offering free recipes, activities, and an at-home camp curriculum. Additionally, it will be giving away 25,000 free cooking kits over the next few weeks to kids between the ages of 4 and 14! Find out more here.

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NASA Kids’ Club

NASA Kids’ Club helps children in pre-K through fourth grade learn the ins and outs of NASA’s missions using hands-on educational games. There’s also a “Now in Space” slideshow that introduces budding astronauts to the crew currently orbiting Earth on the International Space Station. Find out more here.

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