Mathematics & Science

Resources about astronomy, biology, earth sciences, life sciences, and more. 

Check out a telescope from the Burlington Public Library!
Offers online math games that help students ages 3+ with basic math lessons, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, money and more.
Appropriate for ages 3 through 12 and includes math games for pre-K students.

Crash Course Kids Science YouTube Channel. This bi-weekly show is from the producers of Crash Course is all about grade school science. They look at Earth, Habitats, Space, Chemical Reactions, Engineering, and much much more with host Sabrina Cruz. New episodes are available every Tuesday and Thursday.

Teaches students about science and art. Send students to a faraway galaxy or deep to the bottom of the ocean. gives great information on how the body works, how to stay healthy, recipes and cooking, illnesses and injuries, and so much more.

Math Game Time
Keep your math skills sharp with dozens of games that focus on everything from counting to algebra for Pre-K to seventh grade.

Mystery Science
Designed for kids in kindergarten through fourth grade, this website recently made dozens of its lessons — which range from 15 to 90 minutes — completely free.

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.

National Geographic Kids
Students of all ages can enjoy science experiments, animal watch cameras and a ton of activities to keep them busy for hours.

Skymaps Free maps each month for you to explore, learn, and enjoy the night sky. The library has telescopes for checkout to use with the new Skymaps every month! Check one out!

Splash Learn 
A complete K-5 math learning program that engages your child!

A free open-source planetarium for your computer.

K-6 (Username: tumble2020  password: A3b5c6)

The Weather Channel
 A dozen science-based videos that touch on concepts such as rainbows, jet streams, and how tides work.

Type in almost any Math or Science problem and they will show you the steps needed to solve it.  They even have equations that help with nutrition!