Beginning as book series, I Was Wondering now features games and a website from the National Academies of Sciences focused on women and girls. These resources are best for studying science in 3rd grade through Middle School.
Here Comes Science is a Music CD of singable songs and video on science for upper Elementary and Middle school students. The CD is written and performed by the group They Might Be Giants. Start tapping your toes as this is an adult and child favorite to learn science concepts.
This article, provided by National Geographic, not only provides helpful graphics on the topic of girls and women in STEM but does so with a lens on academic research and how more women increase the diversity of ideas in science.
Award-winning apps by Tiny Bop are powerful and feature very life like, responsive graphics. My favorite is the app about the Human Body but also try Homes, Robots, and Simple Machines. These apps offer unlimited play, problem solving and a sophisticated graphic design detail and are ideal for first grade and up.
SciStarter is a collection of citizen science projects to participate in year round for Elementary to College students. SciStarter offers projects featuring actual data collection from citizens feeding into university level research! SciStarter is Common Core Alligned and has a searchable index.