A few useful educational resources for kindergarten through twelfth grade are the Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College, University of California Museum of Paleontology at Berkeley and the Utah Education Network websites. These sites have hundreds of resources for teachers, including lesson plans, activities, educator's toolbox and teaching strategies.
At the Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College website, there are teacher resources in many different science subjects for kindergarten through 12 grade. Teachers can search through a collection of resources by clicking on the appropriate buttons. Some subjects included in these collections are geology, life, physical, earth and space science. Additionally, there are many resources for teacher in areas, such as curriculum and assessment, professional development and teaching strategies.
The University of California Museum of Paleontology website provides classroom lessons and activities for these different grade levels in topics, such as fossils, evolution and physical and Earth sciences. The site has resources for both teachers and students and also provides links to the paleontology portal. Some resources for students are Dinolinks, Kid's Corner and FAQ section of paleontology.
The Utah Education Network website has educational resources for K-12 in subjects that include language arts, math, science, social studies and health education. The site also has a teacher's toolbox, lesson plan library and many Utah-related resources, including Utah's teaching and core standards.