A+ Math - Welcome to A+ Math! This web site was developed to help students improve their math skills interactively.
Actionbioscience - Actionbioscience.org is a non-commercial, educational web site created and managed by BioScience Productions, Inc. to promote bioscience literacy by examining issues
Artificial Anatomy: Paper Mache Anatomical Models - This web site highlights the National Museum of American History's varied collection of papier-mâché anatomical models and provides additional in-depth information not included in the original three-dimensional exhibition. The exhibit showcases two major themes. It explores the history and use of papier-mâché anatomical models, and, then focuses on their construction, conservation, and preservation.
Ask Dr. Universe- this Washington State University presents science questions like this in a fun graphic format and shares answers written by WSU researchers. Kids can e-mail their own questions.
Ask Dr. Math this site offers support for students K-12; it also allows questions to be e-mailed to the webowner.
Astronomy and Space Science The U.S. Geological Survey maintains this registry of Earth and Environmental Science Internet resources as a service to the research community.
Biology Lessons for Prospective and Practicing Teachers - Developed at San Diego State University, these elementary school lessons cover molecules, cells, and population biology.
Biology Project - an interactive web site which serves as an excellent resource for learning biology.
Brookhaven National Laboratory Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider - Brookhaven National Lab has created a virtual tour of its Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, which recently began operation.
Build the Virtual Frog - This award-winning interactive program is part of the "Whole Frog" project. You can interactively dissect a (digitized) frog named Fluffy, make movies, and play the Virtual Frog Builder Game. The interactive Web pages are available in a number of languages.
Calculators for Kids - The links that are provided with this article are all kid-friendly websites that will help you to have fun with calculators of all kinds. What is your age in dog years? How much do you weigh on other planets? What is your grade point average? You can figure out all of these answers with the following websites. There are also websites listed that will explain the various functions of the more complex calculators such as the scientific and graphing calculators.
California Dairy Council - while aimed at CA teachers, the site contains some useful information about nutrition.
Chemistry Function - You can use this website to solve a number of chemistry related problems
Chemistry Teaching Resources - This is an attempt to present a comprehensive list of chemistry teaching resources on the Internet. You are invited to submit pages for indexing, as well as to correct errors you may find in the links.
Common Sense Graphite - Common Sense Education welcomes you to Graphite, a platform we created to make it easier for educators to find the best apps, games, and websites for the classroom.
Creative Chemistry - Whether you are a teacher, doing chemistry at school, or are simply just interested in chemistry, Creative Chemistry has lots for you. There are full-colour worksheets and teaching notes for fun activities suitable for a chemistry club, and over two hundred pages of question sheets and practical guides for GCSE and A Level Chemistry.
Crittercam - What do wild animals do when we’re not around? Find out with National Geographic’s Crittercam. Safely worn by wildlife, Crittercams capture video, sound, and other information, giving us rare views of the private lives of animals. By allowing us this animal’s-eye view, Crittercams help to solve scientific mysteries. And what we learn from Crittercams helps us protect the very animals that wear them.
Constructor - soda constructor animates and edits two dimensional models made out of masses and springs; springs can be controlled by a wave to make pulsing muscles; models can be constructed that bounce, roll, walk etc, try some of the ready made models or try to build your own
Disaster Information for People with Disabilities - from the site, "We all like to believe that when a major hurricane is headed our way or a tornado warning is issued, we’ll know exactly what to do. But inclement weather is unpredictable, and it can be frightening and chaotic to handle in the moment. It’s crucial to prepare and plan well in advance for any natural disaster that your area is prone to, especially if you have a disability that could require additional safety considerations. This disaster safety guide will help you know what hurdles to anticipate, factors to consider, and ultimately, what to do when emergency weather occurs. It will take into account people at all different ability levels and the kinds of challenges they might encounter during hurricanes, blizzards, landslides, tornadoes and earthquakes. Be sure to consult with your doctor about any additional precautions you might need to take, as each person may have more specific needs to address.."
Distance Education in Developing Countries - The site is intended for anyone who is involved or interested in distance education and who would like to contribute to a knowledge database about its use in developing countries.
Driving Safety - Evacuations - from the site, "This guide is designed to protect your family amid the chaos of an emergency evacuation by car. It will start by going over the important tools and supplies you should consider keeping in your vehicle, then move on to general emergency travel guidelines. Then it will discuss any additional precautions to make in case of extreme rain or snow, as well as advice for preparing your family."
USGS Earthquake Hazards Program - To provide and apply relevant earthquake science information and knowledge for reducing deaths, injuries, and property damage from earthquakes through understanding of their characteristics and effects and by providing the information and knowledge needed to mitigate these losses.
Earthquake preparedness for central US Mobile Home Owners - from the site, "Mobile homes have special seismic problems. They are often supported by weak or unstable foundations that make the mobile home a more susceptible to damage than a conventionally constructed home supported by a permanent reinforced concrete foundation. Fortunately, there are things that can be done now to make mobile homes safer from seismic shaking damage. By providing strong foundation support systems and securing the contents, mobile home owners can reduce potential losses and make their homes a safer place to live."
Edward C. Bryant Scholarship in Survey Statistics - from the website, "Each year, an outstanding grad student in survey statistics is award the Edward C. Bryant Scholarship to help support the student's graduate education."
Eugenics - Browse 950 new photos, papers, and data – including extensive collections from noted eugenicists.
Explore Math - Developed by members of the ExploreMath community, our lesson plans provide strategies for educators to introduce ExploreMath's unique multimedia activities into the mathematics classroom, lab, or distance learning curricula.
Exploring the Ocean Through Literature - This Web resource about oceans is written to be adaptable to the teacher's needs. It can be used as a complete unit, as a module for inclusion in a larger study or each component can be used independently. The activities are sorted by the book they compliment but could be used with any unit on the ocean.
Extreme Science - Ever wondered what the biggest, baddest and the best are in the natural world? Check out the gallery of world records in science and meet some of the way cool scientists who are out on the edge studying this stuff!
Feynman Lectures on Physics - "Caltech and The Feynman Lectures Website are pleased to present this online edition of The Feynman Lectures on Physics. Now, anyone with internet access and a web browser can enjoy reading a high quality up-to-date copy of Feynman's legendary lectures. However, we want to be clear that this edition is only free to read online, and this posting does not transfer any right to download all or any portion of The Feynman Lectures on Physics for any purpose."
Five Senses - according to the site, "The five senses of humans include sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. Furthermore, each of the five senses has its own purpose. All of the senses give people the ability to recognize things in the environment around them. The senses can also help to keep a person safe from harm. The following looks at the purpose of each of the five senses and how each sense works along with the brain." (Thanks to Ms. Carly Walters' class for the contribution.)
Flash Med Review - Flash-Med provides medical information and answers to medical questions for physicians, nurses, physician assistants, medical students and patients. The medical information and topic review consists of thousands of medical questions and answers in an easy to use flash-card format.
Flower Delivery - This resource is designed to give information on the most popular flowers in North America. Growing tips, history of cultivation, pest control, and other important facts are accessible for the flower categories below via the provided links.
FOSSWEB - This site contains interactive modules on topics such as Food and Nutrition, Solar Energy and Landforms, to name a few. Each module contains activities and resources including pictures and movies.
Fun Mathematics Lessons - By placing your cursor over the links listed at the bottom of the page, find out the grade level and a short description of the lesson.
Geology Link - Worth Publishers - publishers of Geology and Essentials of Geology - is pleased to present a public forum for all matters geological. This area is open to students, university instructors, teachers, professional geologists, amateurs, and anyone else who seeks insight into the worlds daily geological rumblings
GeorgeWoodbury.com - On this site you can find copies of my presentations, math and study skills handouts for your classes, videos, and other information.
Glacier Web Site this site is sponsored by Rice University and offers information about the Antarctic as well as other links to information about the South Pole.
Global Warming - Welcome to the U.N. conference on climate control and greenhouse gas emissions! As you well know, one of the most serious issues facing you today is the destruction of the Earth's environment. Imagine, in the brief period of time since the industrial revolution scientists have noted that humans have actually been able to effect the weather patterns, temperature, and atmosphere of the Earth. Negative effects on biological organisms will inevitably follow if we do not reverse the trends that we have started.
Create a Graph - Here you will find four different graphs and charts for you to consider. Maybe it will help explain what you are trying to show. Use homework problems, things you have a special interest in, or use some of the numbers you find elsewhere on this site.
Gray's Anatomy -- Bartleby.com - this edition features 1247 vibrant engravings - many in color - from the classic 1918 publication, as well as a subject index with 13,000 entries ranging from the Antrum of Highmore to the Zanule of Zinn.
Greek Medicine (National Institute of Health) - this site provides excellent resources on the history of Greek Medicine, including vocabulary words.
The Guide to Math & Science Reform - A comprehensive searchable database with concise information on initiatives and organizations responding to Americas call for better science and mathematics education for all K-12 students. Updated twice monthly, The Guide profiles strategies, impact, funding, and other details about changes in mathematics and science education nationwide
Home Emergency and Disaster Safety - from the site, "Weather can change dramatically and often quite suddenly, causing severe destruction, injuries, and even fatalities. In the last few years especially, we have witnessed increasingly violent weather phenomena. Fortunately, today's improved weather alert services are often able to warn us of impending natural disasters well before they occur. This advance warning allows people to prepare themselves and their homes to weather the storm.."
How Much Does it Cost to Earthquake Retrofit a Home - from the site, "Any home that is 25 years or older will likely need to be retrofitted because of new understandings of the effects of earthquakes on buildings. Homes built in the 1990s or later typically already have earthquake-resistant features installed during construction. It's imperative that homeowners who live in active seismic zones have their homes retrofitted to prevent damage and injury. The process will also improve a home's ability to keep residents safe during an earthquake and homes habitable after a major disaster. In addition, retrofitting will greatly reduce repair costs after a seismic event and may even prevent damage entirely. Finally, retrofitting a home will reduce earthquake insurance premiums, which have increased dramatically in recent years. Moreover, most of these insurance benefits have also decreased, making it far more risky than ever not to retrofit a home."
How Stuff works - How Stuff Works is a great place to come to learn about how things work in the world around you. Have you ever wondered how the engine in your car works, or what gears do, or what makes the inside of your refrigerator cold? Then How Stuff Works is the place for you!
How to stay safe in your apartment during an earthquake - from the site, " Here are important tips to stay well-protected in your apartment before, during and after every possible calamity:"
How Volcanoes Work - This website is an educational resource that describes the science behind volcanoes and volcanic processes. It is intended for the education of pre-service teachers, in-service teachers, and university students of geology and volcanology. Each section in the menu builds upon previous sections. For users who lack fundamental knowledge of volcanological principles and terms, it is best to proceed through the website in a progressive manner. More advanced users will find each section self-contained and can navigate through the website as their interest dictates.
Illuminations (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) - This site will help you translate NCTM's Principles and Standards for School Mathematics into classroom practice. On Illuminations, you will find online multimedia mathematics investigations, classroom video vignettes, Standards-based lesson plans, links to reviewed Web sites, and full access to the online version of Principles and Standards
Interactive Mathematics Activities - Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles
Introduction to Computer Applications - 30 hour course on computer applications for grade 9 students and will introduce some of the fundamentals of computers, programming, graphics, and word processing
Kanetix.ca - Children's Guide to simple machines in cars
Khan Academy on Physics - "Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content.
King's Math - has extensive help for students having difficulty with math; offers a complete list of links to math sites.
The Educator’s Guide to Applying Real-World Math: 15 Resources with over 100 Lesson Plans - from the site, "Believe it or not, strong fundamentals in mathematics are necessary for just about every career choice and are used every day. Yet math is commonly thought of as dry, boring, and many times unnecessary, and Western math scores are falling behind other first-world nations. Evidence shows that hands-on learning and real-world applications are more effective at engaging student interest in and recall of material. This actually starts in pre-K and kindergarten with the physical and mental engagement of basic blocks. Blocks have been shown to help with a variety of math concepts in this age group including counting, addition, subtraction, sets, and seriation."
Linear Algebra Toolkit - This site is designed by staff at Old Dominion University to help a student understand basic linear algebra procedures. Learn to solve linear systems of equations or transform a matrix to row echelon form.
Making Science Labs Accessible to Students with Disabilities - from the site, "Application of universal design to a science lab. Students with disabilities face access challenges to typical science labs in precollege and postsecondary settings. Access barriers may prevent a student from gaining knowledge, demonstrating knowledge, and fully participating in lab activities. There are two approaches to making academic activities accessible to students with disabilities—accommodations and universal design (UD). Accommodations are alternate formats, assistive technology, and other adjustments for specific students once they are enrolled in a class. For examples of accommodations in science classes, consult the publications Working Together: Science Teachers and Students with Disabilities and The Winning Equation: Access + Attitude = Success in Math and Science."
Math - word problems for grades 5-12
Math.com - Among other things, math teachers can generate their own algebra worksheets to print and use. Includes many options and types of equations, systems, and quadratics.
Math Games - from the site, "Your teenage years are the perfect time to learn life’s valuable money managing skills. It may seem like a lifetime away, but it won’t be long before you are out on your own and you need to understand things such as budgeting, saving, and spending responsibly. Before you can be independent you not only need to learn money management, but you need to have math and business skills that will help you not only manage your money but also do well in the business world. Use the following engaging math, money, and business games to learn the important finance lessons and life skills you will need in the not so far off future."
MathGoodies - Math Goodies is a free educational web site featuring interactive math lessons, homework help, worksheets, puzzles, message boards, and more! We have over 400 pages of free math activities and resources for teachers, students, parents, and homeschoolers.
Math Information from Swarthmore College - Our goal is to build an online community of teachers, students, researchers, parents, educators, and citizens at all levels who have an interest in math and math education
MathNerds - MathNerds is a free service offering assistance in many areas of mathematics. Team members are unpaid volunteers whose only compensation for their efforts are the "Thank You" messages from our clients. MathNerds has a strong commitment to inquiry-based education and does not contribute to the abuse of the internet by doing homework, take home tests, or school related projects. We help our clients by providing guidance, references, and hints, not answers. In the words of E. M. Forster, "Spoon feeding, in the long run teaches us nothing but the shape of the spoon."
Mathematical MacTutor According to the site, "This History of Mathematics archive is part of the Mathematical MacTutor system developed at the School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences University of St Andrews for learning and experimenting with mathematics. The archive contains the biographies of more than 1100 mathematicians. We have recently reorganized it so that all the mathematicians now have individual biographies and have added more extensive references. You can access them from a selection of Alphabetical or Chronological Biographical indexes."
Mathematics Archives-K12 Internet Resources - The following are Internet sites which contain significant collections of materials which can be used in the teaching of mathematics at the K-12 level. We have organized these materials into the following categories: Lesson Plans , Schools, Software, Other..
Math Power - This site provides information about basic math, algebra, study skills, math anxiety and learning styles and specifically addresses the needs of the community college adult learner. A student who is frustrated by college math can be helped by identifying his individual learning style and recognizing the instructor's teaching style.
Memory - The Exploratorium has crafted this memorable set of online exhibits, articles, activites, features, and links. Don't miss the Sheep Brain Dissection; an interesting site.
Meteorite Museum - The Meteorite Museum, as part of the Institute of Meteoritics, was opened in 1974, and is a major educational resource for the University and New Mexico in general. The museum has on display many fine samples of stony, stony iron, and iron meteorites from the Institute's collection, including one of the largest stone meteorites in the world, Norton County.
Minimizing Damage and Repair Costs to Manufactured Homes During an Earthquake - from the site, "This brochure outlines several suggestions for the manufactured home owner, or park owner, to reduce or prevent damage to the home. The suggestions are presented for both new and existing homes. While these suggestions do increase the cost of home installation they can if implemented properly provide significant savings by reducing or eliminating the cost of repairing the home after an earthquake.."
My Health My World - We've created this Internet site for teachers, educators, parents and students who want to learn more about My Health My World, or about the environmental health sciences in general. Please browse around and familiarize yourself with who we are and what the My Health My World Project is all about.
The National Math Trail - the National Math Trail project challenges K-12 teachers and teams of students to observe their surroundings, and create math problems about what they see and what they want to figure out. Teachers can find examples of math trail projects and other resources on this site
NSTA Freebies - sponsored by the National Science Teachers Association, this section of their site offers "freebies" for teachers.
NSF Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Program (S-STEM) - National Science Foundations offers links to available scholarships.
Open Heart - through hands on activities, students will learn how the heart functions. A very good site, although a bit graphics heavy - does not work well on dial up connections.
PBS Kids Cyberchase - an interesting site appropriate for elem to MS sts to reinforce math skills.
PBS for Kids - offers a variety of science activities for children
Periodic Table Adventure - Welcome to Mrs. Gibson's Periodic Table ADventure website! This website was created in accordance with the 8th grade chemistry curriculum at Princeton Community Middle School in Princeton, Indiana. This goal of this website is to introduce and explore basic chemistry concepts and to practice these concepts using engaging web-based research and activities. In the culminating activity, students will perform a WebQuest which requires them to research an element using the internet. Once students have researched their elements, students will develop and perform commercials for their elements.
PhysLINK: The Ultimate Physics Resource - This attractive resource site has well developed reference, societies, and publications sections, and also links to history, news, and fun sites as well.
Physics Central - The American Physical Society represents some 42,000 physicists, and most of our work centers on scientific meetings and publications-the primary ways that physicists communicate with each other. With Physics Central, we communicate the excitement and importance of physics to everyone. We invite you to visit our site every week to find out how physics is part of your world. We'll answer your questions on how things work and keep you informed with daily updates on physics in the news. We'll describe the latest research and the people who are doing it and, if you want more, where to go on the web.
The Little Shop of Physics: Online Physics Experiments - Welcome to the Little Shop of Physics, Colorado State University's hands-on science outreach program. Check out our online experiments, our resources for teachers, find out more about us, or find out how to have us come to your school.
Fear of Physics - ANYHOW, we sort of think people might be a little afraid of physics because they know so little about it (hence the site's name). We created this site to be a friendly, non-technical place for you to come and "play" with the laws of physics for a while. Hopefully you'll find that Physics explains a lot about the world around us, and that it's really not that bad!
Physics classroom - this site offers a variety of options for review and teacher material.
Physics Classroom - The Physics Classroom Tutorial is an online physics tutorial written for high school physics students. The tutorial was originally developed for physics students at Glenbrook South High School in Glenview, Illinois. Today the Tutorial pages and other original Glenbrook South resources are hosted by StudyWorks! Online.
Planet Saturn - This website has one goal: To be of educational value (mainly for middle school students).
Planets for Kids - Astronomy information where you will find lots of information about our solar system with lots of questions and answers and games for you to play. We also have a color in section where you can download pictures and have fun.
Educator's Guide to Real Estate Lesson Plans - from the site, "Real estate is a complex field that requires skills in math, science, English, social studies and home economics. By incorporating real estate-based lessons into your curriculum, you can help students gain valuable skills in practical math application, presentation giving, forming a persuasive argument, earth science and so much more! Here are some awesome resources to give your class a unique, real estate-based lesson plan on just about any subject."
Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART from the DoD) - from the site, "Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program has been established by the Department of Defense (DoD) to support undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The program aims to increase the number of civilian scientists and engineers working at DoD laboratories."
The Satellite Site - this site offers information on satellites, how they work and what they do.offers hands on science resources for home and school.
The Science Spot - Activities, lessons, & worksheets available on any page of this web site are intended for use by a single teacher in his/her classroom or to share at educational conferences. Reproduction for commercial use or profit is not permitted without the consent of Mrs. Tracy Trimpe
University of Illinois Extension: Schools Online - Need to know about Incubation and Embryology, The Adventures of Herman (the worm), and Apples and More. Let students Walk in My Shoes, as they participate in a variety of activities that increase awareness of aging, the human body, and the role of senior citizens in society. High school athletes will like the information found in Sports and Nutrition: The Winning Connection.
Cool Science for Kids - The Howard Hughes Medical Institute invites curious kids to explore biology... on screen, off screen, and in between.
LookSmart Science Multimedia - This site has grouped together multimedia sources for science and mathematics students, teachers and enthusiasts.
Science of Scent - while sponsored by a fragrance company, this portion of their site offers some interesting information about scents and how "smell" things.
Science Vocabulary Hangman - The computer will randomly pick a term used in science. Discover the word the computer has picked by guessing which letters are in it. Each incorrect guess you make causes the atom man to decay. Solve the puzzle before the atom man completely decays! Allows teachers to add their own words.
Seeing, Hearing and Smelling - This Howard Hughes Medical Institute site features current research on the science of sensory systems.
ESkeletons - The e-Skeletons Project website enables you to view the bones of a human, chimpanzee, and baboon and gather information about them from our osteology database.
Space Place - In both English and Spanish, the Space Place includes activities and information related to the exploration of outer space, as well as Earth from space.
Statistics - visitors follow a fictional race between two candidates and find the out what a random sample really is, what "margin of error" means, and why polls aren't always right.
Curious George STEM - from the site, "Active learning begins with curiosity! The Curious George STEM Collection is a great way to help young children understand science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) concepts, such as measuring, building, and simple machines. Lesson plans with Curious George videos offer hands-on investigations and exciting new learning opportunities that will inspire children to explore the world around them. As students ask questions, predict outcomes, share observations, and formulate theories, they establish the science skills and “habits of mind” that lead to academic success and lifelong learning. You may also want to check out the interactive whiteboard games specifically designed for teachers!"
10 Ways to bring STEM to schools - from the site, "As schools look for innovative ways to bring in STEM learning, here’s a possible road map for how to galvanize a school community."
Eighth Grade Sci-ber Text - Utah's Eighth Grade Integrated Science course focuses on the theme of "change". Sci-ber Text changes thanks to Eighth Grade Science Teachers. These pages are for you to have fun on-line as you explore science this year. Pages may be viewed at home or during our school science class. Sci-ber text includes reading, pictures, fun activities, interesting labs, and quick-time movies.
Stormy Weather What leads to stormy weather? Once you understand the elements that create storm systems, you 'lll be on your way to learning to cope with the devastating impact storms have on the people of the world, today! Learn to use the Internet and software tools while doing atmosphere investigations for the high school, Earth/Space Science Classroom. All activities, especially the Weather Hunt, Storm Sampler and The Perfect Storm, are designed for use by cooperative groups and culminate in a final shared presentation. The Weather Hotlist and the Weather Scrapbook are easily adapted for use by individual students. Students are the audience for the activities. Use the Teacher's Pages for implementation in the classroom setting. Each section is based on the core components of America's Choice, National Science Education, and Florida's Sunshine State Standards.
Science of Hockey - The Science of Hockey is the first in a series of "Sports Science" resources developed by the Exploratorium. This site takes you inside the game: you'll hear from NHL players and coaches from the San Jose Sharks, as well as leading physicists and chemists.
Science world Wolfram - "Eric Weisstein's World of Science contains budding encyclopedias of astronomy, scientific biography, chemistry, and physics. This resource has been assembled over more than a decade by internet encyclopedist Eric W. Weisstein with assistance from the internet community. Eric Weisstein's World of Science is written and maintained by the author as a public service for scientific knowledge and education. Although it is often difficult to find explanations for technical subjects that are both clear and accessible, this web site bridges the gap by placing an interlinked framework of mathematical exposition and illustrative examples at the fingertips of every internet user."
Understanding Flight Dynamics - provides more information than you probably ever wanted to know about flight - there are a variety of interesting links available for the user.
Vertebrate View - We have gathered the best humane and environmental education sites on the Internet. While most are familiar with the term "environmental education," humane education is a less well known, though older, term. Humane education certainly encompasses proper pet care, endangered animals, animal appreciation and biological facts, but also much more. It specifically emphasizes the emotional and mental needs/capabilities of animals, as well as their physical needs, and explores implications for human ethics and our treatment of... and relationships with... non-human animals.
Virtual Biomes Travel with MBG team members as they investigate the tundra to the rainforest. Along the way, they work with partner schools in each of these biomes, too.
Volcano Resources On Your Mobile Device - this site offers a variety of links to sites dealing with volcanoes. (Contributed by Ms. Smith and her students at Valley Charter Elementary School.)
Water sites - this site is for anyone who wants to find out more about the many aspects of water.
Weather Watch - What's the weather like today in your part of the world? Do you think it's the same all over the world? No matter where you live, weather is an important part of your life. Let's find out about weather and how it makes a difference all over the world! Pack your bags, we're taking a trip!!
Water Works! El Agua Trabaja! - Five lessons about the water cycle have been developed for young science learners by a team of educators in Chicago.
A Teacher's Guide to Water Related Lesson Plans and Materials - these lesson plans, web quests, activities, and handouts will all add to instructors' efforts to teach their students all about water.
Weather - Join us as we explore the forces behind the weather. Try your hand at tornado chasing or discover how wind chill works.
Weather Site - In this project you will conduct an investigation on local and world weather and climate. To complete your investigation, you will have at your disposal detailed instructions that describe how to create weather instruments, how to access the Internet to locate real-time weather information from around the world, and this online educational project to guide you along.
Webmath - If you're having trouble solving a math problem, perhaps Webmath can help! This site is equipped with an online "math engine" that can instantly provide a step-by-step solution to many different kinds of math problems.
What is Photosynthesis information about photosynthesis courtesy of Arizona State University. Learn about photosynthetic pigments, preparing starch slides, and how photosynthesis rates are measured in nature.
Windows on the Universe - Our goal is to build a site that includes a rich array of documents, including images, movies, animations, and data sets, that explore the Earth and Space sciences and the historical and cultural ties between science, exploration, and the human experience. Our site is being developed with the goal of being appropriate for use in museums and libraries, and to be a resource for students in their studies of the Earth and Space sciences.
Xerox Minority Scholarships - from the website, "Xerox is committed to the academic success of all minority students. That’s why we offer a Technical Minority Scholarship that awards between $1,000 and $10,000 to qualified minorities enrolled in a technical degree program at the bachelor level or above. "
Your Sky - Welcome to Your Sky, the interactive planetarium of the Web. You can produce maps in the forms described below for any time and date, viewpoint, and observing location. If you enter the orbital elements of an asteroid or comet, Your Sky will compute its current position and plot it on the map. Each map is accompanied by an ephemeris for the Sun, Moon, planets, and any tracked asteroid or comet. A control panel permits customisation of which objects are plotted, limiting magnitudes, colour scheme, image size, and other parameters.
Zona Land - Created by high school math and physics teacher Ed Zobel, Zona Land provides resources for students to fully grasp major concepts in Algebra, Geometry, and Physics.