Free Science Teaching Resources

Part of the Science Connected mission is to publish and distribute free science teaching resources to parents, teachers, and schools who need them. We give teachers and homeschooling parents FREE science education e-books for grades 1-12. They are aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), are easy to use, can be downloaded as e-books, and don’t require specialized equipment. 

In the past year, requests to Science Connected for free, digital science texts increased by 500% this year, and we are scrambling to fulfill all of these requests. Please support those in need of free science education. Consider donating or starting a fundraiser. A donation of even $1 will make a difference.

Give a person a fish, and you feed them for a day. Teach a person to fish, and you feed them for a lifetime.

Science Communication and Education

In addition to giving away free science teaching resources, we publish Science Connected Magazine, available free online. We also help teachers bring the latest scientific research into their classrooms by publishing affordable, quality teaching guides for grades 7-12, lab manuals full of fun kitchen-science experiments for grades 1-6, and paperback anthologies of scientific research findings written in plain English for adults.

About Science Connected

Science Connected is volunteer-powered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with offices in San Francisco, California. We are a global group of scientists and science communicators who are dedicated to increasing public understanding of science and creating free and equal access to science education. We define education in its broadest sense and believe it is the key to making informed choices, being successful members of society, and acting as responsible stewards of the planet.

The Science Connected mission is to increase scientific literacy in underserved communities and the greater public by connecting people with the latest scientific research, translating science into accessible language, and debunking pseudoscience with real research findings.