SCIENCE

  1. NASA Lift Off To Learning-The infamous Living and Working in Space educational video series.  Astronauts conduct science investigations in space.
  2. Jamestown Exploration: A NASA educator guide that integrates Social Studies and STEM as students compare the exploration of the “New World”.
  3. Internet Web Quests – A collection of internet-based inquiry web quests.
  4. STEM Education – Identifying Effective Approaches in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. PDF Resource from The National Academies Press.
  5. Environmental Education – Links to Environmental Science Education resources
  6. Science Resources– National Academies of Science
  7. Polaris– The North star, video explains why it seems that it never moves.
  8. Properties of Water – Explanation video
  9. Virtual Microscope – View slide samples on your desktop.
  10. Free Science Videos-Over 600 Free Science Videos ( Biology, Chemistry, Physics) from BrightstormScience. Science help with teachers explaining concepts and sample problems.
  11. Exploratorium Science Snacks – Miniature versions of some of the most popular exhibits at the Exploratorium.
  12. Tops Science-Science activities with simple things.  Collection of quick lab ideas.
  13. AP Evolution-Powerpoint type slides for evolution lessons.
  14. Rock Identification Images– Identify Rock types from sample images.
  15. Interactive Earth Science 19 animations. Each series of animations contains text, graphics, animations, and videos to help teach Earth Science fundamentals.
  16. Tasa Clips Geoscience images. Great for classroom presentations.
  17. 100 Best Science Sites for Kids -Science mystifies even the most educated of scientists at times. Prepare tomorrow’s generation to de-mystify science’s mysteries in the future by making learning fun. These science Web sites will teach kids physics, biology, chemistry and other sciences in no time flat. You may just have the next Einstein on your hand!
  18. Common Core Standards – The Common Core State Standards Initiative is a state-led effort coordinated by the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center) and the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO). The standards were developed in collaboration with teachers, school administrators, and experts, to provide a clear and consistent framework to prepare our children for college and the workforce.
  19. One Minute Wonders– Let the video tell the story of the world’s wonders. Short videos for students.
  20. Science Lab – Hands-on activities that demonstrate sciecn concepts by Scholastic’s Dirtmeister.
  21. Haiti– Land Poster
  22. NASA for Educators
  23. NASA Lift Off To Learning Video Series – Educational Videos Where real astronauts demonstrate and teach science concepts while in space.
  24. NASA for Students
  25. NASA at Home and City – Click the link below to find out about some of NASA’s Spinoffs. See how NASA brings space back to earth. Check out the animated site that allows you to view the innovations that are in your house and the city.
  26. Kids Know It All – Totally Free Educational Resources
  27. Earth Science Animations Earth Science Animations and Visual Learning
  28. Discovery Earth Live – An interactive Earth model. News, videos and articles
  29. The Science Lab
  30. Science Gems over 14,000 resources
  31. Science Notebooks
  32. Science Education ResourcesThis page provides links to specific science resources including: science directories, science fair projects, astronomy and space science, chemistry, physics, earth science, life sciences, energy and power, engineering, ocean and marine science and weather.
  33. Science Lab Data Sheets
  34. Weather Activities
  35. Super Scientists – Careers
  36. Interactive Plant and Animal Cell
  37. Pictorial Periodic Table
  38. Boston Museum of Science – Extreme close up images of cool things magnified up to 2000 times.
  39. **Virtual Rock Lab** – Includes an introduction to rocks & minerals, a virtual mineral drawer, a virtual sedimentary rock drawer, a virtual igneous rock drawer, and a virtual metamorphic rock drawer.
  40. Online Plant and Animal Cell 
  41. Comic Book Periodic Table
  42. NASA TV Watch live and prerecorded video footage of current NASA missions, launches, news and educational events.
  43. Amazing Cells
  44. Science MP3
  45. Reading Writing and Rings These sets of lessons bring together reading, writing and science in ways that underscore the belief that scientific thinking and the intelligent use of language go hand-in-hand.
  46. Solar System Exploration
  47. Refraction of Light Animation
  48. **The Blue Marble**Great satellite pictures of the earth from space using the latest NASA. Easy to download or print in color for visual support in the classroom.
  49. Solar System Simulator
  50. Light and the Law of Reflection
  51. **Ed Heads** helps students learn through educational games and activities designed to meet state and national standards.
  52. Images of Earth
  53. Tour the planets
  54. NASA Images
  55. NASA for Educators – Official Search Engine for resources for educators.
  56. Planet Photos
  57. Beginner’s Guide to Aeronautics – an interactive guide (simulator) to the principles of aeronautics.
  58. NASA for Students Official Homepage with resources and activities for students.
  59. The Visible Earth-A catalog of earth satellite images
  60. Brain Bites See short video clips of questions you’ve always wanted to ask NASA.
  61. Living and Non-Living Things
  62. NASA Educator Guides – Inquiry based activities and lesson plans.
  63. **NASA Kid’s Club**Kids’ Club Web site features animated, colorful, entertaining and educational activities for children in kindergarten through fourth grade.
  64. NASA KSNN is a standards-based program that uses the Web, animation, and video to introduce science, technology, engineering, math, and NASA concepts. NASA’s KSNN™ uses animated characters (grades K-2) and web and video technology (grades 3-5) to explain everyday phenomena of our world, correct misconceptions, and answer frequently asked questions.
  65. NASA SciFiles –  an inquiry-based and standards-based, Emmy® award-winning
    series of 60-minute instructional programs for students in grades 3-5.
  66. NASA Connect -an inquiry-based and standards-based, Emmy® award-winning series of
    mathematics-focused, instructional programs for students in grades 6 – 8.
  67. The Weather Channel
  68. Weather Channel for Kids
  69. Yahoo Kids
  70. Space Place Come on in and check out our games, animations, projects and fun facts about Earth, space and technology.
  71. Science NetLinks Lessons, Tools and Resources
  72. Hands On by Jefferson Labs
  73. Jefferson LabsResources and Games
  74. Sid the Science Kid -The series encourages preschoolers to explore the foundations of science in everyday occurrences, such as melting popsicle and sneezing. In the series’ sketch-comedy format, Sid, an inquisitive youngster, tackles the everyday ideas that preschoolers find fascinating (Why do bananas go “bad”? Why do my shoes seem to shrink? How does a bird fly without a plane?). The website offers video clips, printables, information for parents and teachers, and science activities