Grades 3-5 Enrichment Options
Students are curious and always wondering so check out Wonderopolis to get all your questions answered!
Watch these 5 fun videos on how computers work and how they are used in our world and the workplace.
Choose learning adventures by age bands to learn about the federal government. Play games to practice your knowledge about the US government.
Become everything from a wildlife biologist to marine biologist, without leaving your neighborhood! Try these engaging conservation and citizen science activities. Perfect for learners of all ages.
Learn about how important pollinators are to our lives in this virtual field trips offered by our own Minnesota Arboretum!
Ever since I was a kitten, I’ve been digging in the dirt, gazing at the stars, and exploring new places. I asked lots of questions like: Why do we get hairballs? Why are lasers so fascinating? Why do we have to sleep?
If you’re anything like me, you’ve got lots of questions about our world.
Be internet awesome by exploring digital citizenship themes and then practice these skills of responsible and respectful use of technology inside Google’s digital citizenship video game!
PBS Kids Design Squad has design challenges and videos to get students thinking through the Design Thinking Process.
Explore Space!! Chat with scientists, watch videos, take virtual tours, solve puzzles, and more!
Students are given the tools to become musical composers by clicking on different notes to write their own songs performed on a piano!
Cosmic Kids Yoga has great mindfulness videos to help students relax while also moving their bodies listening to stories.
Ology is a science website from the American Museum of Natural History that has videos, games, stories, and hands-on activities exploring various science fields.
Get Creative! John Spencer gives students awesome ideas to start a story. Find a favorite and get writing!
Use your creativity and problem solving skills to explore and build underwater worlds with Minecraft and code.
Explore this awesome forest! If you see a circle or bubble in the picture > click it and it'll load a video of facts.
Around the world, people of all ages have joined Mo Willems in his studio for weekday LUNCH DOODLES. The three-week run, all 15 episodes and their downloadable activities, are linked below. Let the doodling continue!
National Geographic has a great resource of videos, articles, and activities for you and your family to explore!
The Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural History virtual tours allow visitors to take self-guided, room-by-room tours of select exhibits and areas within the museum from their desktop or mobile device. Visitors can also access select collections and research areas at our satellite support and research stations as well as past exhibits no longer on display.