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Wind Meter, anenometer, iphone wind meter, wind speed

Wind and weather reports & forecasts for kitesurfers, windsurfers, surfers, sailors and paragliders for over 40000... see more

This site includes science video clips for children ranging in age from 5-11 years old. The video clips allow children to... see more

Edheads provides an online resource for kids. Its various games and activities engage students. Students can develop... see more

YouTube video of a neutrophil chasing and engulfing a bacteria. 

Different way to showcase material, in this case it breaks down the scientific method.

This resource describes how elements are built from protons, neutrons, and electrons.  Animations and movies effectively... see more

Interactive resource that teaches students about infra-red light.  

Introduction to global warming - climate in the past, climate in the future and climate change in the Arctic.

This is an animation of how to predict and report weather.  It is narrated and interactive.  

This demonstrates how fluids move in the cellular compartments, and includes a 7 question self assessment and PDF... see more

Clips from the popular cartoon, The Simpsons, regarding mostly physical science.

A collection of short "movies" covering various topics across the curriculum.  Tim and Moby lighten up the mood for... see more

This is a storyboard animation that covers solvent properties, molecular formula, structural formula, ball-and stick... see more

Voki is a tool used to create avatar animations that are embeddable into your Learning Management System. Use it to read... see more

The Secret in the Cellar webcomic is a forensic science mystery based closely on the case of the Leavy Neck boy, a... see more

Video animation about the chemistry of oxygen.

A Flash learning object of Stoichiometry of a Gas Phase Reaction that shows different ratios of iodine and chlorine... see more

"From its extraction through sale, use and disposal, all the stuff in our lives affects communities at home and abroad,... see more

An animation for the refraction of light in a glass block, a simple experimental procedure for determining the index of... see more

An animation representing resonance occuring as a result of a standing sound wave inside a hollow tube. This is the basis... see more

Here are two interactive and animated activities from the EPA. There are links for parents and teachers too.

Teach kids about the size of their carbon footprint.

You-Tube videos of "Geometry of Circles" resource that is beautiful to watch and provides a pleasant listening... see more