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Listing of links to lots of information on scientists for biographies.

Huge amount of information which is easy to access by people of all ages, education and language skills. Very visually... see more

using cartoon characters, explanations for kids of various elementas.

Looking for more information about healthy kids & families? Check out these additional online resources to learn about... see more

This is an electronic library with links to information on diet, nutrition, food safety, and more. The site is maintained... see more

This reference resource has comprehensive information about foods. It includes nutrition (e.g., carbohydrates & sugars,... see more

Fabulous animations to help illustrate the difference between the three major types of waves, middle school students will... see more

Excellent page that discusses Archimedes' principal and buoyancy. Great visuals, easy to read & understand. All necessary... see more

Foods listed by "groups" and the nutrients (chemicals) they contain.

All the elements of the periodic table are listed to be sorted in a dozen or so ways (buttons on the left of the screen... see more

Listing of food and nutrition topics

Lots of links on the common material of water. Very kid friendly site with some great factoids.

Lots of links on the common material of water. Very kid friendly site with some great factoids.

Really outstanding pictures and thumbnail encyclopedic information (ie. date discovered, where, by whom).

Description and diagram of various types of craters on the lunar surface with links to specifically named craters.

Lots of information and links to vocabulary and experiments about magnets and magnetism

Color enhanced image of Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter showing topography of Mars.

Really cool animated page showing the movement of the moon around the earth from various angles.

Actual pictures of the moon during it's various phases. Site is a little difficult to navigate and it takes 4 or 5 steps... see more

Interactive site to build a graph of what a projectile does, once the specifics of weight, speed and angle of trajectory... see more

Images from the National Optical Astonomy Observatory.  

Information on solar radiation and radio blackouts shown as being connected to solar storms.

When doing the Grade 8 Standard 4 (Earth in the Solar System) teaching, have the students look up the number of sunspots... see more