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  • Academy Curricular Exchange Science Elementary School (K-5) external image 2star5a.gif- forty-four plans are titled for easy selection.
  • Academy Curricular Exchange Science Intermediate School (6-8) - sixty plans here titled for easy selection.
  • Academy Curricular Exchange Science High School (9-12) - twenty-three plans here are titled for easy selection.
  • Access Excellence Collection - lesson plans and labs for biology and life science classes. This is an archive of favorite classroom activities submitted by high school biology and life sciences teachers participating in the access Excellence programs. Lots of practical, hands-on biology labs and activities. Excellent teacher resource for biology teachers.
  • Ace on the Case: Secrets@Sea: external image 2star5a.gifThis free site leads Grade 4-7 students through a fun story while teaching concepts in ocean science such as ocean foodwebs, tides, currents, and mapping skills.
  • Acid Rain Project- choose to be a specialist in a specific field and research information in your field, compile data, analyze the data, and then meet with others in your group for their input. Students will then write a report on their topic.
  • Active Media Robotics - watch and test drive robots online, see exhibitions and and pioneer robots, and you can win a robot science kit.
  • Aerodesign Team Online - home of the Wright Flyer Online covering all aspects of aerodynamics; great interactive opportunities to learn and ask questions with actual aerospace engineers!
  • Africam - live images are captured every 30 seconds from cameras located at two waterholes in the Djuma Game Reserve, and a remote cam is constantly moved to other areas of interest.
  • Alfy external image 2star5a.gif- The Web Portal for Kids. A fun, entertaining and educational free mega site for children worldwide, with lots of interesting activities, games and cool links for kids and teenagers, teachers and educators.
  • Airnow - real-time air pollution data with ozone maps, state by state information, and archives; brought to you by the EPA.
  • Amusement Park Physics - (SOL 8) students design their own roller coasters to discover how physics laws affect amusement park ride design.

ANIMALS
    • Amateur Entomologist - information packed site dedicated to the study and preservation of moths and butterflies.
    • Animal Bytes (SOL 5) - Sea World site, Animal Bytes were specifically designed to help you quickly find information about some of the unique creatures found in the animal kingdom. Most files include the scientific classification, fun facts, and biological value.
    • Ants - Stranger Than Fiction - explanation of the many facets of an ant colony's life with animated graphics to help demonstrate.
    • Bat Conservation International - information on bats including species, echolocation. Teachers in lower grades will find sample activities for kids at Educators Page which includes crossword puzzles; benefits of bats; and mother/baby interactions.
    • Bee Eye - simulation which allows students to experience the eyesight of a bee.
    • Cow's Eye Dissection - step-by-step online dissection of a cow eye.
    • Dinosaur Eggs - National Geographic presentation allowing the viewer to hunt for eggs, hatch them, and examine models of what the offspring may have looked like; the culminating event is a virtual museum.
    • DoScience - Want to know what to do with that plastic straw from your soda while you're waiting for your cheeseburger? This site has a great archive of hands-on science activities.
    • Elephants of Cameroon - this North Carolina Zoo site tracks and studies these endangered animals online in an interactive format.
    • Frog dissection - it allows interactive dissection of a frog, and includes the capability to make on-the-fly movies. The dissection kit is available in a number of languages.
    • Myrmecology - subtitled "the science about ants", this page brings together a wealth of information on varieties of ants.
    • Penguin Pages - everything you would ever want to know about penguins in 150 pages with teacher support for the classroom.
    • Polar Pairs - Match up the animals and learn all about their habits and habitat. It might get a little chilly, so keep your nose warm!
    • Spiders - elementary level site from Australia which takes a look at spiders.
    • Sea Turtle Survival League - information on sea turtles, plus an adopt a turtle program, and the sea turtle satellite tracking program.
  • Aquarium - offers a list of web pages about fish. Did you know there is one recorded case of a piranha being caught in Virginia? There is also a "live" picture of an aquarium which is refreshed every five minutes!
  • ARS Science 4 Kids - learn what scientists do at the Agricultural Research Service (a division of the USDA); a searchable data base which includes Animals, Aquaculture, Environment, Farming, Insects, Nutrition, Plants, Soil, Water, and Weird Science.
ASK AN EXPERT
    • external image newburst.gifAsk a Science Expert external image 2star5a.gif This is a great science mentors to which teachers or students can pose questions of interest
    • external image newburst.gifPitsco Ask an Expert Site external image 2star5a.gifAskanexpert.com connects you with hundreds of real world experts, ranging from astronauts to zookeepers. These experts have volunteered to answer your questions for free!
  • Ask Eric Science Lesson Plans external image 2star5a.gif- teachers will find a wealth of plans here in twelve areas of science.
  • Astronomy of Native America - watch the night sky as native Americans saw it, includes religious and astrological significance's
  • Atoms Family - atomic theory brought to you by every ghost, ghoul, monster and zombie looking for work - student will love this site!
  • Bad Science - (9-12) dedicated to seeking out and correcting Scientific misinformation.
  • Bat Quest - In search of Stellaluna external image 2star5a.gif(2-4) This WebQuest is based on the literature book Stellaluna by Cannon. Students should have read the story or be in the process of reading the story. In English and Spanish.
  • Beakman's Electric Motor - directions on how to build a functioning electric motor and using inexpensive household materials.
  • Bill Nye the Science Guy's Nye Labs Online external image 2star5a.gif - Every science teacher must visit this site!
  • Bio Blast - NASA simulation of a Lunar Base to study the relationships of all living things.
  • Biology Lessons - quality Biology lessons from San Diego State University.
  • Biology Project - biochemistry, cells, chemicals, immunology, genetics, and human and molecular biology.
  • Bio-Lessons - more biology lesson plans.
    BIOMES (SOL 5)
    • Biomes in a Box - a good ecology lesson plan appropriate for grades 5 on up in which students will construct a model of a biome which will illustrate the various biotic and abiotic factors unique to that biome.
    • Biomes of the World - students will group biomes into five classes aquatic, deserts, forests, grasslands and tundra.
    • Desert Biomes - Report done by junior high school students.
    • Prairie Home Network - devoted to preserving the prairies one of the most threatened biomes. Good site to show organizational activities; lots of prairie links; newsletter, other info.
    • Tour of Biomes - this site contains a virtual tour of a tropical rain forest, tropical Savannah, mid latitude deciduous forest, desert, sub arctic taiga and polar tundra.
  • Biosurf - virtual textbook consisting of nine units with great detail and excellent links.
  • Big Trouble in Earthquake Country (6-8) - students will learn about the likelihood and hazards of quake and create strategies to minimize loss of life and damage to local infrastructure.
  • Life Science Bibliography - reading levels at grade 7 or below.
  • BioTech's Life Science Dictionary - a free resource with more than 8300+ terms deal with biochemistry, biotechnology, botany, cell biology and genetics.
  • Black Hole Gang - this is online science fiction with built-in Science applications. It includes hidden links about Einstein, bats and rainforests
  • Blue Ice - (4-10) a virtual field trip to Antarctica that covers geography, weather, history, geology and wildlife.
  • Blustery Beginnings - Wind Our Fierce Friend - lesson plans about the study of energy and weather. Lesson plans and references to use in the study of wind.
  • Botany Glossary - database search of 2308 terms relating to botany, gardening, horticulture and landscape architecture.
  • Brain Pop external image 2star5a.gif- Every science teacher should see this site. BrainPOP's unique, award-winning Health, Science and Technology (HS&T) content is based on original, animated movies created to explain the human body and the world around us in an engaging, interactive journey for kids.
  • Breaking Through - explores how creativity is expressed through the work of modern engineers - a good combination of Art and Science.
  • Build A Bridge - sponsored by NOVA-online, this site requires participants to study bridge structures and determine the strengths and weaknesses of each before playing on interactive game.
  • Build It and Bust It - an engineering site in which allows you to design and test your own structures online and share what you learn with others.
  • Busy Teacher's Web Site K-12 - teachers will find a lesson plan bank which includes a several science categories.
  • Butterflies in Education - the most complete information on butterfly gardening, farming, ecology and education.
  • California State University Biological Sciences WWW Server (K-12) - this site contains a directory of Web biology resources that focus on education and research. Also provides teaching materials and great images.
  • Cave Ecology - this site includes: case history, water pollution, hazardous waste, sinkholes, and links to other cave sites.
  • The Cell - JAVA enhanced intensive study of cell structure with various resources to bolster learning.
  • Cell Intelligence - (9-12+) this site includes the intricate workings within cells - contains superb information and pictures.
  • Cells Alive - this site includes animated images of bacterial and viral infections, parasites, and other small celled living things with detailed information.
  • Chesapeake Bay Boiled - (9-12) the most dramatic geological event that ever took place on the Atlantic margin of North America occurred about 35 million years ago - what impact did this have on the formation of the Bay?
  • Chesapeake Bay Link - an educational site with lessons centered on the Chesapeake Bay estuary, the people living on its drainage area, and the effect the various natural and human forces have on the Bay.
  • CEA Education HomePage - a great site for lesson plans.
  • CHEMICAL SCIENCESChemtutor - Are you in need of a chemistry tutor? Then you have come to the right place. Browse through topics such as Elements, States of Matter, Compounds, Reactions, and Acids and Bases.
    • Chem 4 Kids! - Learn about the states of matter; the periodic table; the structure of atoms; formulas and symbols; and reactions (acids and bases). Refer to the glossary for definitions and try a quiz.
    • Chemistry Drills - Test your knowledge of the Periodic Table of Elements with this self-correcting quiz.
    • The Science Room: Chemistry Class - This site offers chemistry pre-tests, concept discussions, questions, and laboratory experiments.
      Schoolchem.com - Use the index or browse through the contents to learn about Elements, Compounds, Mixtures, Atomic Structure, Acids and Alkalis, Rates of Reaction, and Catalysts.
    • ChemCAI: Instructional Software for Chemistry - this web site provides entry into several lists of software sources, demonstration materials and other resources of interest to Chemistry teachers. Special emphasis is placed on CAI lessons, digital textbook chapters, and similar materials that can serve as alternatives to traditional methods of instruction. Also provided are entries into other resources related to the teaching of Chemistry."
    • ChemTeam - resources and links to a variety of Chemistry topics.
    • Chemical Element Tables - elements you can view in periodic table form or by name, symbol or atomic number.
    • Chemistry Drill - online practice in reading the periodic table and identifying properties of the elements indicated.
    • Chemistry Functions - a nice set of engines to perform routine chemistry calculations.
    • Chemistry Glossary - exhaustive database of terms which can be accessed alphabetically or by search.
    • Chemistry Sites - annotated short list of Chemistry sites with links provided.
    • Chemistry Tutorials - Bob Salsa's table of science and math tutorials are excellent resources for lesson plans.
    • CHEMystery - a virtual chemistry textbook that provides an interactive guide for high school chemistry students; in addition you can expand your chemistry knowledge by interacting with Internet resources.
    • Comic Book Periodic Table - creative combination of comic book heroes paired with elements on an interactive periodic table and includes solid fact.
    • DNA - touted as the "instruction manual for all life", this page is full of information and images - easy to navigate and pleasing to the eye.
    • Elemental Discoveries - online Science periodical with monthly current issues and a searchable database archive.
  • Class Insecta- photos galore and info to match on insects of all shapes and sizes - nicely done.
  • Classroom Connect - a must for every science teacher.
  • Climate Monitor - online archives of publication keeping track of monthly data on Earth's weather and climate.
  • Closed Circuit Game - online simulation from the Headbone Zone in which students can hard-wire a virtual circuit board to help catch a villain.
  • Coal Education Lesson Plans - Middle School Level - a nice variety of lesson activities related to coal.
  • Coal Education Lesson Plans - Secondary School Level - a rich resource of plans and information related to coal.
  • Computer as Learning Partner - Educational research effort at UC-Berkeley. Has Lesson Plans. See Their Favorite Education Places on the Web.
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  • Conceiving A Clone - all the information you will ever need on cloning and biotechnology, recent cloning developments, discussion groups - includes even online simulated experiments.
  • Cool Science For Curious Kids - (4-8) biology presented by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
  • Cosmic Baseball Association - this site uses the records of hurricanes and tabulates and compares them as baseball stats.
  • CyberSeasons - (3-5) online investigations from the School Nature Area Project at St. Olaf College.
  • external image newburst.gifCyberSleuthKids: Science Resources external image 2star5a.gif- Internet Search guide for the k-12 student
  • Dinosaur Eggs - this National Geographic site allows students to hunt for eggs, hatch them, and examine models of what the offspring may have looked like. Your students can also visit a virtual museum
  • Discovery of the Electron -(7-11) online exhibit of the work of J.J. Thomson who in 1897 conducted experiments which led to the electron's discovery.
  • Doscience- Want to know what to do with that plastic straw from your soda while you're waiting for your cheeseburger? This site has a great archive of hands-on science activities.
  • external image newburst.gifEarly Elementary Science Lessons external image 2star5a.gif- A great list of Science lesson for Elementary grades
  • external image newburst.gifEarly Elementary Science Activities external image 2star5a.gif- 213 Science activities for Elementary science
  • Earth Matters - from CNN, this site has a lot of links dealing with global warming.
  • Earthquakes - USGS site on studying earthquakes, safety precautions, and the latest updates on earthquake activity.
  • Eisenhower National Clearinghouse - top Internet site for educator's resources in the Sciences.
  • Electronic Learning - a resource for integrating technology into your classroom.
    ELECTRICITY
    • Alfy's Great picks for Electricity and Magnetism - 8 great links about electricity and magnetism
    • Beakman's Electric Motor - Simple illustrated directions are given on how to make an electric motor out of ordinary household items.
    • Electricity - The Franklin Institute's page Franklin...He's Electric tells a little about America's first famous explorer of things electric.
    • Electric Universe- is a Website with a variety of resources on electricity including safety tips and the biographies of a few of the major figures in the development of electricity. Click here for the Flash version. The site includes Louie the Lightning Bug for elementary students.
    • Electric Circuits - This unit introduces students to the properties and uses of electricity through hands-on explorations of wires, batteries, bulbs, and switches.
    • Electricity and Magnetism - This is a series of experiments about electricity and magnetism that was designed for use in the fourth grade.
    • Electricity Newton's Apple - a great lesson about electricity
    • Electricity Scavenger Hunt - online hunt for information with suggested links to help with your student's search.
    • Electricity Theater - Boston Museum of Science online exhibit includes sparks, touching lightning, tesla co ils, video and picture galleries and it includes teacher resources.
    • Electricity Writing Template about Ben Franklin - great way to involve Language Arts and Science.
    • Electricity and Ben Franklin - The Franklin Institute Science Museum in Philadelphia offers an online look at this fascinating man
    • Sources of Electricity - Learn about various sources of electricity, from coal to hydro-power
    • Theater of Electricity - An online exhibit loaded with activities and information about static electricity and an introduction to current electricity.
    • Energy Quest - an interactive web site divided into elementary, intermediate, and high school levels. Lots of lesson plans and activities as well as fun games that makes learning about alternative energy sources fun and exciting.
  • Elementary Science Student Resources - Science Activity of the Month, Past Activities of the Month, Science Unit Resources and Other Helpful Links.
  • Elementary Science Enrichment - Parenting of K-6 Children Net Links - Elementary Science Enrichment, Internet resources from your Mining Company Guide.
  • Engaging Science - an online professional development program to motivate the science teachers of the next century to truly engage their students in learning.
  • Elephants of Cameroon - this North Carolina Zoo site tracks and studies these endangered animals online in an interactive format
  • Environmental Database For Schools - sections on Environment, Engineering, a Case study, Aircraft Pollution; check out the "Escape" interactive game!
  • Environmental Education Network - ecology based site committed to promoting a sustainable society by connecting individuals and organizations.
  • Eric's Treasure Trove external image 2star5a.gifsites - wonderful online science encyclopedias and much more!
  • Erosion - this lesson incorporate several types of erosions: 1) Sand Dunes 2) Wind-blown deposits 3) Water weight erosion 4) Glaciers and erosion 5) Glacial erosion 6) Landslides This includes a hands-on experiment for all 6 types of erosion.
  • Endangered! - online expedition of endangered species by the American Museum of Natural History.
  • Engaging Science - an online professional development program to motivate the science teachers of the next century to truly engage their students in learning.
  • Entomology - University of Kentucky Site designed for students with parent and teacher resources.
  • The Event Inventor - billed as "explorations in Science, math and Technology, this site offers a variety of creative ways to bring learning alive for your students.
  • Evidence: The True Witness - a fabulous look at forensic detective work with a lot of information and a great simulation for your students to try.
  • Exploratoriumexternal image 2star5a.gif- is a museum of science, art and human perception in San Francisco specializing in hands-on learning. The museum's Center for Media and Communications is exploring a range of networked media applications to extend learning opportunities both inside and outside the museum.
  • The Exploratorium Science Snacks - don't miss museum bank of fascinating hands-on science activities designed to take one period to complete.
  • Explore Science external image 2star5a.gif- Shockwave-based interactive site covering Mechanics, Theory of Relativity, Life Sciences, Waves, Astrophysics, Optics and Games.
  • Explorer Home Page - this is a network database for educational resources K-12 math and science which include lesson plans, activities and video resources.
  • Exploring Emergence - interesting JAVA-enabled site which challenges the student to reconsider how they perceive objects and their movement.
  • Extreme Science - kind of a "book of world records" for the natural sciences; includes close-ups of the different science disciplines which cover the facts presented.
  • Families (SOL 5) - includes biological classification system; Granddad's Animal Book K-3; Granddad's Animal Book 4-6; Tree of Life; plant classification.
  • Ferrous Wheel - (7-11) set in an imaginary amusement park, covers physics, geometry, calculus, general mathematics, art, and language
  • Flowerbase - this site has a searchable database with over 7,000 pictures of flowers, plants and garden plants.
FOOD CHAINS




    • Ecology (SOL 7) - at this site, teachers will f>----

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    • Rabbit Calcivirus Runs Rampant (SOL 7) - this site discusses effects of the spread of the calcivirus which has killed millions of rabbits in Australia and how it effects the food web. Student worksheet and teacher material are provided.
    • Wetland Losses in the United States: Scope, Causes... (SOL 7) - sponsored by U.S. Global Change Research Information Office, teachers will find text of a series of seminars on wetlands - good professional source.
    • Who Eats Who in the Antarctic (SOL 7) - from the Global Classroom, this site will provide information on food chains in the Antarctic.
  • Franklin Institute - an amazing stash of Science activities for students, a little unorganized.
  • Franklin Institute - Minutes from ME - Margaret Ennis, a part-time teacher and volunteer at The Franklin Institute Online, shares her ideas for making learning fun, particularly online.
  • Free Science Experiments!- FREE Science experiments - Reeko's Mad Scientist Lab. Come check out our educational and fun science experiments for kids, children, and adults
  • Garbage: How Can My Community Reduce Waste? external image 2star5a.gif- this is an interactive exhibit dealing with solid waste, hazardous waste, and solutions for the globe
  • Geological Time Machine - interactive chart of geologic time periods from the Precambrian to the Cenozoic; good links.
  • Geology Sites - a dozen high quality annotated geology related sites.
GIRLS AND SCIENCE
    • CEEE GirlTECH Lesson Plans external image 2star5a.gif- GirlTECH teachers designed these lesson plans to take full advantage of Internet resources and to teach mathematics and science concepts in new and exciting ways.
    • Getting Girls Interested In Computers - Getting girls interested in computers. Include tips and links.
    • Girls Ask Why - Do you like to explore the world around you and find out how things work? Then this place is for you!
    • Girls Science Clubhouse - Programs from the Girl's Science Clubhouse are offered by Mid-Continent Council of Girl Scouts at Tongawood Program Center and Ottawa University. This section includes a short description of available programs and pictures of the programs in action. Manuals are available for most programs and can be downloaded for replication at other sites.
    • Telementory Young Women - "a three year project that draws on the strengths of telecommunications technology to build on-line communities of support among female high school students, professional women in technical fields, parents, and teachers"
    • Universe Girl - Teen headquarters for careers in math, science, and computer technology.
    • WattsWorks - WattWorks (sm) is a forum for showcasing the successes of your own Girls' Science, Math, and Technology Programs.
  • Global SchoolNet's Internet Project Registry - lesson plans and projects.
  • Global Warming - the U.S. Department of Energy hosts this site for elementary children, with the help of Professor Polar Bear and a variety of involved activities - the topic is global warming.
  • Great Globe Gallery - hundreds of images of the Earth showing everything from global snow and ice caps to corals and mangroves to global water quality.
  • Great Plant Escape - online simulation for students which helps present information on plant life.
  • The Heart: A Virtual Exploration - Explore the heart and discover the complexities of its development and structure. Follow the blood through the blood vessels. Wander through the weblike body systems. Learn how to have a healthy heart and how to monitor your heart's health.
  • Hooper Virtual Natural History Museum - archaeology, anthropology and paleontology online and interactive.
  • How Stuff Works - includes sections on engines and motors, things found around the house, electronics, computers, food, the human body, and a special "Insider Series"; very nice visuals.
  • How Things Work (Bloomfield) - write in your questions on how things work and receive online explanations; based on the book "How Things Work: the Physics of Everyday Life" .
  • Hurricanes - Miami Museum of Science site which presents inside a hurricane, survivors, weather instruments and killer storms.
  • IES Index - a large volume of information available concerning approximately 210 invertebrates and fish that are collected or maintained by the Aquatic Resources Division of the Marine Resources Department.
  • Intelligent Child - designed to make Science interesting for students, includes topical links which engage children to want to know more; some of the topics include "What's up with the Face on Mars?", "Find out about Night Vision" and "Science Mysteries".
  • Interactive Physics and Math - JAVA based demonstrations of several dozen scientific principles, including pendulums, bouncing balls, lasers, light dispersion, Kirchhoff's rules and an oscillating 3D crystal.
  • International Telementor Center - this site brings students and science professionals together to conduct long distance tutoring.
  • Invent America - "a nonprofit K-8 education program, that helps children develop creative thinking and problem solving skills through a fun, unique and proven learning tool-- inventing"
  • Inventions - this National Geographic site, invites students to help test out the workings of a new contraption while working through five different educational activities.
  • Invention Dimension - this MIT site promote the spirit of invention, which includes archives, links, resources and an Inventor of the Week.
  • Invention Unit From 3M - a wonderful step-by-step unit helping students plan, develop and market their own original inventions.
  • Inventors and Inventions Theme Page - presented by CLN, links to curricular resources and instructional materials to aid in incorporating creative thinking into your Science classroom.
  • Journey To The Center Of The Earth - earth science facts and fun activities presented by students at John F. Pattie Elementary School in Dumfries, Virginia.
  • external image newburst.gifK-12 Science Lesson Plans external image 2star5a.gif- K-12 teachers of science in the school districts near UC Irvine have been designing lesson plans that utilize Internet/WWW resources.
  • Kid's Clubhouse - Greenpeace's contribution to environmental consciousness on the Web for kids.
  • Kids Farm - Farm Animals, Wild Animals, Kids' Rodeo, What Grows, Equipment, and People at the Ranch - great format.
  • Kids Science Made Simple - science help for parents, science fun for children, go to science made simple main page science, kid science, children science, child, science projects, science experiments, K-12 science.
  • Kids World 2000 - This is a great reference spot for Zoos and Aquariums across the U.S.
  • Kinetic City - (3-5) free registration allows students to participate in simulations of online Science adventures.
  • Kodak Lesson Plans - science plans each include aspects of photography to increase motivation and learning.
  • K-12 Science Literacy - the American Association for the Advancement of Science site to reform K-12 science education nationwide through a coordinated set of reform tools and services.
  • Khepera Mobile Robot - control a robot in Laussane, Switzerland as well as a virtual robot right on your computer.
  • Lake Ecosystems - this site provides information on lake ecosystems and how to study them. Gives information on how to make a secchi disk from a tin can lid. Also at this site: Lesson Plan on understanding interdependence of organisms and need for conservation; Lesson Plan on habitat affected by abiotic and biotic features.
  • The Lesson Plans Page - site for lesson plans.
  • Light and Color - from the Franklin Institute, nice overview and pertinent links on sight, color and light.
  • Light Debate - UC Berkeley site promoting open discussion on the properties of light, requires active participation.
    MACHINES
    • Inventors Toolbox - comprehensive basics of simple machines, links to the "Gadget Anatomy" page so that students can study complex machines.
    • Marvelous Machines - close to 2 dozen experiments using simple machines.
    • Simple Machines - Inquiry Almanac spotlight on the six basic machines and the science behind each; additional links.
    • Simple Machines - nice list of links from the Davis, Utah school district's Educational Technology Center.
    • Simple Machines - links and lesson plans for a six week project from Sullivan Middle School in Kingsport, Tennessee.
    • Simple Machines WebQuest - problem solving approach to definitions and examples of simple machines with higher order thinking applications.
    • Work Is Simple With Simple Machines - simple machines unit with links to online resources to help make this project a success in your classroom.
  • The Magic School Bus - Scholastic's The Magic School Bus®, based on the award-winning book series by Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen, features a wacky science teacher named Ms. Frizzle who takes her class of enthusiastic, inquisitive students and playful sidekick, Liz, the lizard, on educational field trips in her magically transformable bus.
  • Make A Weather Station - Miami Museum of Science sight includes the study of Air Pressure, Conditions, Moisture, Temperature, Tools, Wind and Project Materials.
  • Marine Science (6-8) - books on marine science.
  • Martian Sun-Times (6-8) - students will become weather reporters to obtain current data on seasons, temperatures and clouds on Mars and compare to conditions on Earth.
  • M.A.S.H. Kits (K-9)- Math and Science Hands-On Kits contains a good selection of downloadable lesson plans that deal with a variety of topics in math and science. The key elements of the MASH Kit Program are: Scope & Sequence, science process skills, cooperative Learning, integration of language arts, mathematics problem solving, and alternatives in assessment.
  • Math Mol - (3-5) hypermedia textbook on water, matter and energy, atoms and molecules.
  • external image newburst.gif MegaEd: "Elementary Science" external image 2star5a.gif- many great links to Elementary Science lessons
  • Meteorology - online meteorology guide using colorful diagrams, animations, computer simulations, audio and video to introduce fundamental concepts in the atmospheric sciences.
  • MidLink Magazine - (6-8) The Electronic Magazine for Kids.
  • MI-Net - the Marine Institute's site for over two dozen K-12 topics, MI-NET is intended to nurture an improved knowledge of marine science at all levels of education.
  • Mineralogy Database - basic definitions and different systems of classification explained with nearly 4,000 minerals with full descriptions and links.
  • Mrs. Zavoral's 7th Grade Life Science Class (SOL 5) - includes Animal Classification (links for animal care; vertebrates & invertebrates as a classroom assignment) and ecology.
  • Musical Sand - presentation on squeaking sand from seashores and booming sand from deserts - two very unusual phenomena.
  • Music or Noise? - a multidisciplinary unit covering language arts, mathematics, and science, using a case method approach to compare music and sound.
  • Nanoworld Images - high quality magnified microscopic images of blood, cells, animals, diseases, microbes, pollen, yeast, molds and plant and animal tissue.
  • National Geographic Magazine - This is newly formatted to be interactive for the young and the old.
  • National Institute of Environment Health Sciences - K-12 education initiatives designed for teachers and students.
  • National Science Foundation - grants, program areas, news and links - exceptional wealth of information.
  • National Science Teachers Association - awards, programs, publications, conventions, legislative update and online resources.
  • National Snow and Ice Information Center - information about snow cover, avalanches, glaciers, ice sheets, freshwater ice, sea ice, ground ice, permafrost, atmospheric ice, paleoglaciology, and ice cores.
  • National Weather Service - NOAA site which provides current weather and climatic data, including archives.
  • Natural History of Genes - for grades 5 up, hands on genetic science curriculum.
  • NCBI Structure Group - a Molecular Modeling Database and a Protein Data Bank using a 3D structure viewer and a Vector Alignment Search Tool - technical.
  • Netsurfer Science: Backissues - NSS is a free email newsletter of cool-science links. Peruse their back-issues links for a gigantic collection of fascinating explorations.
  • Newton’s Apple external image 2star5a.gif- NEWTON'S APPLE's 15th Season is filled with exciting new adventures and fascinating discoveries of science in the world around us.
  • Newton's Apple Lesson Plans Index - Here are lessons from the teachers' guides developed for seasons 9 through 15. They are designed to accompany the television show and are also a rich stand-alone resource.
  • Newton's Apple Teacher's Guides - Educational materials are available for Newton's Apple seasons 9 through 14. Select a letter of the alphabet to jump to that part of our topics list, or just browse.
  • Newton's Light Cone - pictures and movie clips help explain Newton and the Mechanical Laws of Motion; this site has good basic information.
  • North American Lichen Project - based on the book "Lichens of North America," lots of basic information and a lichen 'portrait gallery'.
  • Nova Online - online presence of the PBS Science show - lots of lessons and project ideas.
  • Neuroscience for Kids - this incredible site is for students and teachers who would like to learn more about the nervous system
  • external image newburst.gifOlogy external image 2star5a.gif- This World Wide Web (WWW) site, maintained for kids by the American Museum of Natural History, contains educational activities.
  • PBS Science - links to all of the quality PBS science programming; an indispensable resource.
  • Physics 2000 - an interactive journey through modern physics, including segments on Einstein's Legacy and the Atomic Lab.
  • Physics Demos - plans and instructions for numerous physics activities, includes links to other similar sites.
  • The Physics Of... - student created research listed alphabetically to explain basic principles of physics in everyday life.
  • Physics With Slinky- applications of this classic toy in explaining the properties of centrifugal force .
  • Physlink - (9-12+) touting itself as the "ultimate physics resource", newspaper format.
  • Plane Math - (4-7) this site has the unique goal of improving access to mathematics and aeronautics curricula materials for students with physical disabilities.
  • pH Factor- examines the many facets of pH, includes teacher guides.
  • Polymers: They're Everywhere! - a discussion of polymers at home and in nature, with a teacher/parent section to boot.
    OCEANS
    • The Bridge - many ocean science resources in one place, covering both hard Science and classroom teacher support.
    • Coast - K-12 oceanography lessons and resources from the Consortium for Oceanographic Activities for Students and Teachers.
    • Neptune's Web - sponsored by the Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command: facts, quizzes, searches, ask an oceanographer, teacher resources.
    • Ocean Explorers Project - well designed online projects which begin this Fall; a nominal registration fee to cover costs, but cheaper than similar projects I've seen elsewhere
    • Ocean Link - great site on marine science. Includes "Ask a Marine Scientist," lots of news; careers in marine science.
    • Ocean Planet - award winning Smithsonian traveling exhibit online for easy access.
    • Perspectives On An Ocean Planet - free CD ROM from NASA which contains over an hour of digital video, audio, images, and text captions on the TOPEX/POSEIDON, which measures the global ocean topography every 10 days.
    • Remarkable Ocean World - Sean Chamberlin's online odyssey beneath the seas.
    • Secrets of the Ocean Realm - this content-rich biological oceanography site includes a series of lesson plans
  • One Sky, Many Voices - this site includes four & eight week programs centered around environmental science themes. innovative, inquiry-based science programs that utilize current technologies; sample offerings are Hurricanes '98, Kids as Global Scientists '99, and Shared Air '99.
  • Ozone Hole Tour - up to date presentation from Cambridge University which takes you on a virtual tour of the depleting ozone layer over the Antarctic.
  • PBS Science - this site includes links to all of the quality PBS science programming; a great resource!
  • Philadelphia Inquirer @ The Franklin Institute, The - current topics in science and medicine are enhanced at this wonderful web site to include background information, teacher resources, and multimedia, that provides a continually changing source of science news for classroom use.
    PHOTOSYNTHESIS
  • Plant Materials - USDA site with many sources on plant materials and plant technology.
  • Populations to Molecules - (9-11) a wonderful lesson plan data bank for lessons that deal with genetics. Genetic labwork lesson plans, with a focus on the 'drosophila melanogaster' fruit fly.
  • Project Learning Tree - online presence of the popular teaching approach to the plant sciences.
  • Project PHYSLab - contains a lot of great physics labs. This site is ideal for physics teachers who are interested in incorporating computer technology into their curriculum.
  • Project Primary - external image 2star5a.gif(K-3) this site promotes hands-on activities in Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Physics and Zoology
  • Questacon external image 2star5a.gif- an interactive science and technology center. Take a virtual tour see all the neat science stuff that goes on here. Elementary school teachers will want to check out the "hands-on zone" for science activities to do in their classrooms.
  • The Rainforest Workshop - Visit the Tropical Rainforest, the Temperate Rainforest, and our Educational Resources. We have lesson plans and resource materials.
  • The Rainforest - Kemps Landing Magnet School 's entry for ThinkQuest.
  • Reef Watch- excellent site from the American Museum of Natural History with lots of materials online and program offerings to boot.
  • River of Venom - simulation in South America with killer bees and an engaging plot; great increasing for problem solving skills
  • Rockhounds - geology - lots of good information at a student's level plus nicely done teacher lessons and support materials.
  • Rocks and Minerals - ten fantastic earth science links.
  • Roller Coasters - interactive timeline tracing the history of the development of these amusement park.
  • Ronald J. Riley's Internet Pages - recognized by MIT's Invention Dimension, this scientist offers a nice page on becoming an inventor for students.
  • Robot Zoo - "an engaging interactive exhibit that reveals the magic of nature as a master engineer; computer technology and machine parts re-create the genius of nature's timeless designs - interactive displays offer hands-on discovery of science concepts for even the youngest children".
  • Science Center - links to high quality science sites plus an electronic mailing list.
  • Science City - Science hotlist from The Editors Selections and Scientific American Magazine.
  • The Science Club -(3-5) numerous links to science activities and projects.
  • Science Downloads external image 2star5a.gif- PC down load site by student age. Mac click here
  • Science Explained - behind the scenes look at the exciting things going on in the world of science and find reviews of web sites and books.
SCIENCE GRAPHICS TO DOWNLOAD

SCIENCE FAIRS
  • Science Freeware - free software for use in your science curriculum; 1.7 MB file.
  • Science Friday: - NPR Radio's TALK OF THE NATION: SCIENCE FRIDAY. They also have a nice collection of eclectic science links.
  • Science Junction - North Carolina State University site presents lesson plans, projects, experiments, teacher forum,
  • Science Learning Network - Browse the "inQuiry Almanack" archives and this month's "Ten Cool Sites." Visit our international network of museums for the best inquiry resources on the web. Meet the educators who teach at each of the six Science Learning Network schools across the United States.
  • external image newburst.gifScience - Elementary external image 2star5a.gif(K-5) mini elementary science lesson plans
  • external image newburst.gifScience Lesson Plans external image 2star5a.gif- UVA Science lesson plans
  • external image newburst.gifScience Lessons external image 2star5a.gif- many great science lessons
  • Science Net- Toronto Public Library's searchable Science reference site, wherein you look under appropriate topics and receive hot links.
  • Science Page - a cornucopia of science resources including specific disciplines, constants and conversions, science fair projects, analogies and labs.
  • Science Question Of The Week - weekly questions posed throughout the school year; answers provided.
  • Science Service - teacher resource site; through publications and programs, science fairs and scholarship competitions, Science Service helps young people utilize and strengthen their knowledge in science, math, and engineering.
  • Science Spot - Elementary science site with links to science resources, original lesson ideas, science trivia, and much more
  • Science U - multimedia presentations of interactive online exhibits to make Science fun.
  • The Scientific Method Home Page (SOL 1) this site defends the existence of "The Scientific Method"; outlines steps in the scientific method.
  • Sci Seek - a directory for the Sciences: searchable database and categories by all the main disciplines in Science - handy and easy to use.
  • Scholastic Lesson Plans - Mainly middle school. Some primary and elementary. Free resources for teachers including lesson plans, seasonal curriculum activities curriculum libraries, integrating technology into the classroom and other info. Lots and lots of lesson plans. Listing of available education products. Has some good libraries, e.g., Middle School Science library. Has a daily calendar of facts in each month. The lesson plans can be adapted to just about any classroom.
  • SCORE Lesson Plans - A great plans for all science teachers to get lesson plans and activities
  • Secrets of the Ocean Realm external image 2star5a.gif - This content-rich biological oceanography site includes a series of lesson plans
  • Sea World: Animal Information Database - Many wonderful science resources, in addition to teacher's guides have been developed at Sea World and Busch Gardens to help you teach your students--in an active, hands-on way--about how people interact with the environment and how we can best care for Earth's resources. Lessons - (K-3) All About Seals, Sea Lions, and Walruses, (7-12) Diversity of Life, (4-8) Ocean Olympians, (4-8) Water Sea World Physics, (P-5) Animals Abound -(2-8) Flight for Survival, Orcas - Spanish teacher guide.
  • Search for Ice and Snow - (4-12) using NASA shuttle images, students will devise ways to find frozen reservoirs of water.
  • Sea World: Animal Information Database - Many wonderful science resources, in addition to teacher's guides have been developed at Sea World and Busch Gardens to help you teach your students--in an active, hands-on way--about how people interact with the environment and how we can best care for Earth's resources. Lessons - (K-3) All About Seals, Sea Lions, and Walruses, (7-12) Diversity of Life, (4-8) Ocean Olympians, (4-8) Water Sea World Physics, (P-5) Animals Abound -(2-8) Flight for Survival, Orcas - Spanish teacher guide.
  • Second Grade Science Resources - a great site for 2nd grade science teachers!
  • Seeds of Life - extensive coverage of the nature of seeds with animation and information presented on a student's level.
  • See Online - a great elementary site that uses hands-on environmental education that combine ecology and the expressive arts to integrate Internet technology with classrooms.
  • See The Light - tutorial on light theory covering its properties, color and optics.
  • Seeing Shadows (Sol 7) - a one page lesson about shadows, with graphics.
  • Seventh Grade Science Resources - a must for 7th grade science teachers!
  • Sierra Club Environmental Education - News, Articles, Issues, Resources, Programs and Web Sites pertaining to all things Sierra.
  • external image newburst.gif Sim Science external image 2star5a.gif- A web site devoted to areas of science where computer simulations are at the forefront of discovery.
  • external image newburst.gifSmithsonian Home Pa__g__e external image 2star5a.gif - Links to the Smithsonian's electronic exhibits
  • Sounds Online - various animal sounds and human languages with attention to onomatopoeia; sound files download .
    SPACE
    • A Mystery Of Space: Stars -The students from the ThinkQuest project have produced yet another stellar site, so to speak: a detailed, beautiful resource on stars.
    • Amazing Space - a kid centered page for all things to do with space exploration: Hubble, Galileo, even a student astronaut challenge.
    • Ask Dr. Universe - ask an expert service from Washington State university in which you can search the archive or ask your own astronomy question.
    • Astrobiology Lecture Series - online lectures followed by group chats on varied areas of Astrobiology.
    • Astronomy Of Native America - the night sky as native Americans saw it, with religious and astrological significance's attached.
    • Auroras: Paintings in the Sky (6-8) - an introduction to auroras and the processes that create these mysterious lights.
    • Behind The Extraterrestrial Phenomenon - the scientific possibility of life on other planets without the sensationalism.
    • Best of the Solar System (6-8) - introduction to planetary research through images of solar system objects.
    • Black Hole Gang - online science fiction with built-in Science applications including hidden links about Einstein, bats and Rainforest.
    • Cassini - NASA site covering the Cassini spacecraft's mission to Saturn and its moon Titan
    • The Comet's Tale - (6-8) - students will use a self guided tour of the history, structure, and orbits of comets, and their impact on life here on earth.
    • Classifying Galaxies - (6-8) - learn to identify and classify galaxies the way astronomers do and students can go to the Hubble Space Telescope Institute for more advanced study.
    • Cosmonet - Explore the origins of the universe, theoretical physics, and more at this excellent ThinkQuest site.
    • Earth and Sky Homepage- A great site to learn about the earth and sky.
    • Educational Space Simulations Project - links to SPACESIM, a monthly newsletter devoted to the development of educational space simulations. Simulation announcements will be posted here as well. Internet resources, software for space simulations, lesson plans, experiments, activities and much more!
    • Eric's Black Sun Eclipse Website - a one stop tour of the phenomenon, includes Eric's Eclipse Journals, Eclipse Activities and Links, Eclipse Trips 1999 and General Info.
    • Exploring the Planets Online Gallery - (6-12) - students will discover the wonders of the solar system through an extensive image collection in self guided exhibits on planets, comets, and NASA satellite missions.
    • Exploring Planets In The Classroom - "More than 25 hands-on science activities are provided in classroom ready pages for both teachers and students for exploring Earth, the planets, geology, and space sciences"
    • Eyes in the Sky (6-12) - students will use technology to track and study orbiting NASA spacecraft.
    • Find That Planet! (6-12) students will make a horizon planetarium to find the locations of planets in the sky. High School students will use position data to make a skymap.
    • Future Astronauts of America - online presence of FAA, which is dedicated to promoting careers in the space sciences.
    • Geography From Space (6-8) students will try to identifying various sites on earth from Landsat photos, and will learn about landmarks.
    • Graphing Stratospheric Ozone (9-12) - students will interpret satellite images and plot ozone density to discover trends and cycles in environmental chemistry.
    • The Great Satellite Search! (9-12) students will do Internet research and then organize and present information on one of several science satellite missions.
    • Guest Investigator Puzzle (6-9) students will learn a basic technique of astrophysics research by matching EUV spectra of "mystery" stars with those of known stars.
    • Hands-On Universe - enables students to investigate the Universe by viewing and analyzing images from an automated telescope and downloaded images from an image archive.
    • How Satellites See (3-8) Meet three NASA satellites and compare images from each to learn how they "see" the Universe at different wavelengths.
    • Interactive Sky Charts - nearly 100 Java representations of known constellations listed alphabetically.
    • International Solar Terrestrial Physics - the earth-Sun relationship with extensive information, excellent video and pictures, and a cache of teacher resources.
    • Ice on Venus? (9-12) students will use satellite images and on-line articles to investigate the composition of the Venutian surface.
    • K-8 Aeronautics - digital textbook on Principles of Aeronautics, the Aeronautics Sign Language Dictionary, Tennis and Wind Tunnels, Scientists and Engineers Guide, Lesson Plans, Curriculum Bridges and an Internet Guide.
    • Kennedy Space Center Video Feeds - images that refresh at your option, plus links to RealAudio and RealVideo NASA TV
    • Kids' Space - (3-5) NASA page dedicated to making astronomy fun for younger students
    • Learning Technologies Channel - schedule of events for NASA's TV productions; includes listserv if you want to be kept abreast of upcoming programs
    • Live from the Stratosphere - takes you on an interactive tour of the Kuiper Airborne Observatory complete with Real Audio. Learn about the KAO's contributions to astronomy and view their amazing graphic pictures on-line. This web site has lesson plans to work with the live KAO data that was transmitted to this site. Great interactive lessons for all K-12 students
    • Mars - subtitled "Mankind's Future Lies in Space", this is an intensive look at the red planet with magical graphics to supplement the presentation.
    • Measuring Stellar Temperatures: How Hot Is That Star? (6-8) - students will use the Sun to illustrate how astronomers measure temperature using a star's spectrum
    • Meteorology Lesson Plans from CoVis- ten lesson plans on various aspects of meteorology. Answers to questions on handouts are provided and excellent visuals are included
    • Mission to Mars - an interactive mission simulation, which puts you in control of design and execution of a mission with a probe landing on the Red Planet
    • Moonlink - NASA opportunity for Middle and High School students to work synchronously with scientists as they learn about the moon
    • Nasa Lunar Prospector - this site helps you find out whatever you need to know about this historic mission as well as follow Prospector in its incredible search for water ice on the lunar surface .
    • Nasa's Learning Technologies Project- site developed to promote public access to scientific databases, develop new applications and pilot programs for using science data, and create new curriculum products and tools for K-12
    • Nasa's Obervatorium - public access site for Earth and space data: pictures of the Earth, planets, stars, and other cool stuff, as well as the stories behind those images
    • Nasa's Origins Of The Universe - examines questions of the origins of our universe; excellent graphics.
    • Nasa's Planetary Photojournal - pictures of every planet in our solar system
    • NASA’s Quest - this site made for teachers, includes such ongoing projects as NeuroLab, SpaceTeam and AeroDesignTeam, it also includes links to other interactive projects
    • Nasa's Spacelink - aeronautics and space resource includes educational services, instructional materials, projects and a NASA Overview
    • North American Skies - sky charts updates monthly to help young astronomers work with accurate representations of the night skies
    • Planetary Geology - planetary atmosphere, surfaces and mapping presented for students; part of NASA's SpaceLink initiative
    • Red Rover - "permits teleoperation of model LEGO rovers in simulated Mars terrains worldwide, for schools, science centers, students and adults"
    • Satellite Site - lots of good information on what satellites do and how they work, includes three interactive satellite building activities
    • Satellites - How They Work - practical classroom activities for learning how satellites operate
    • Space Day - official on-line hub for Space Day organizers and enthusiasts, an annual event begun in 1997 and really making a spot on the map in 1998
    • Space Educator's Handbook - an excellent teacher resource for all grade levels. Lesson plans and resources can be found here for almost all areas of space science
    • external image newburst.gifSpace Kids external image 2star5a.gif - This World Wide Web (WWW) site, maintained for grade 3 and up as one of the SPACE.COM astronomy sites, presents space and space related subjects. The goal of the site is to enhance students' understanding and enthusiasm about space.
    • Spacelinks - more of NASA's wealth: Briefs, Educator's Guides, Educational Programs, Wallsheets, Lithographs, Slide Sets and Videotapes
    • Spacelink Education Schedule - companion for Spacelinks, with NASA programs to be aired up to several months ahead of time
    • Space Place - Brand new from NASA - this site was designed for elementary students to have fun while probing space science. This site contains a variety of puzzles and activities for students.
    • Space Weather - from NBC affiliate channel 4 in D.C., current views of the sun and aurora, as well as lots of interesting information
    • Spectra From Space (6-8) students will meet four different astronomy satellites and do hands-on activities illustrating different spectral wavelengths
    • Star Journey - National Geographic site showcasing 39 images from Hubble placed in the format of a star chart.
    • Stars - an online observatory "dedicated to showing that all stars are not the same"
    • Sunrise and Sunset Calculator - JAVA driven tool which gives exact times for sun rises and settings based on your location on Earth.
    • Sunspots (6-8) - students will learn about sunspots and explore history and modern research into these mysterious spots and do some solar science.
    • Take a Spin Through the Solar System (7-12) students will use data from NASA web sites to measure and calculate rotation rates of planets and the Sun.
    • Third from the Sun - (3-5) students will learn about observing earth from space and guess the locations pictured in satellite images.
    • Ulysses Solar Mission - pictures, movies and a ton of NASA information on the Ulysses' exploration of the Sun's poles and Solar wind.
    • Windowpane Observatory - a popular culture approach to modern astronomy, with many facts
  • external image newburst.gifThe Standard Site – Primary Science external image 2star5a.gif- Great lessons and units for science in primary grades. (Downloadable units)
  • Strategies for Pursing a Career in Marine Mammal Science - this site is maintained by the Society for Marine Mammalogy and it includes much useful information on how to pursue educational goals, obtain volunteer experience, and contact information for many organizations involved in conservation and research of marine mammals.
  • String Theory Physics - theoretical physics on particles and relativity, presented for the beginner with clear, concise explanations.
  • Surfing for Earthquakes and Volcanoes (6-8) - students will use the Internet to research earthquakes and volcanoes and plot locations to determine continental plate boundaries
  • Teachers Lounge (Virtual School House), - news for teachers, projects, course work, career development, lesson plans, links to other resources on the Web.
  • Teachnet.Com: Lesson Ideas - lesson plans: biology - earth - physics - scientific method - space & time - weather - technology - general lesson ideas.
  • Technology Transfer Program - the Department of Energy and Westinghouse provide this site to transfer WID-developed, CAO- funded technology to the private sector for commercialization, research, and/or internal use.
  • Temperature Conversion Calculator - online tool converts back and forth from Kelvin, Celsius, Fahrenheit and Reamuer
  • Texas Environmental Center - contains Tex
  • U.S.G.S. Learning Web -this site has a student friendly format presenting data and activities from the U.S.G.S.
  • Universe of Light - studies light behavior, light measurement, amplitudes and waves; from UC Berkeley
  • U.S.G.S. Seismology Site - database on current and general earthquake data, as well as station codes and coordinates.
  • U.S. Naval Observatory Master Clock - the official time keeper of the U.S.A.
  • Vernadsky State Geological Museum - authority on Russian geology presents its resources online.
  • The Virtual Aquarium - this is a virtual aquarium on the web. students can choose the fish they want, the habitat it should have and the size of the tank. The aquarium will appear on the screen. By clicking on the fish they can learn more about them.
  • external image newburst.gifVirtual Field Trip Site external image 2star5a.gif - Natural science-related field trips on the Web with original content, teacher resources, and links to related sites
  • Virtual Multimedia Internet Labs - online VRML simulations of laboratory environments to supplement student lab work.
  • Volcanoes Online - excellent coverage of plate tectonics and volcanoes, as well as games, comics and a searchable database
  • Volcano World - highly graphic and greatly detailed watch on volcanic activity around the world, as well as archives.
  • Whale Net - Wheelock College in Boston hosts this site dedicated to the study of whales by teachers and students
  • Water For Health - everything you ever wanted to know about water.
  • Water Recourses of the United States - U.S.G.S. site presenting real time and historical data of all kinds.
  • Weather Classroom - this site is presented by the Weather Channel, it has excellent projects that includes the Weather Classroom, Look Up, Weather Focus and On the Safe Side.
  • Whelmers - based on activities contained in Whelmers, Volume 1 by Steven L. Jacobs, these are the 20 most popular lessons.
  • Whole Cloth - this site contains eight units that about the history of textiles, their production, and their many uses.
  • Why Files - presented by the National Institute for Science Education, this site offers approaches to science behind current events.
  • Windowpane University - this site is about modern astronomy, it includes facts hidden for students.
  • Wisconsin Fast Plants - a science education program located at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, this site offers ways for teachers to incorporate hands-on botany into the curriculum.
  • You Can With Beakman and Jax external image 2star5a.gif- "Stay and play and experiment for a while or surf on through! You decide."
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