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Animations of astronomical phenomena, such as tides, phases of the moon,seasons, gravity, distance. These are bare-bones... see more

August 2016, The link has been corrected. This site is not intended to provide research and testing on learning styles.... see more

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

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

A collection of Flash animations that illustrate processes important in the field of Physical Oceanography, including... see more

The SVS is a NASA site that archives digital movies in the subjects of oceanography, meteorology, remote sensing,... see more

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

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

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

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

Video animation about the chemistry of oxygen.

An interactive website featuring animated movies on various topics, including the electromagnetic spectrum, the diversity... 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

Depth Spinner is a shockwave applet that exemplifies how the eye detects and handles inward and outward motion. This... see more

This site offers students the opportunity to take a tour where they can explore subjects involving Archeology, Space,... see more

Teach kids about the size of their carbon footprint.

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

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

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

Web Weather for Kids is a website that has games, stories, and other hands on activities. The website is designed for the... see more

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

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