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Fit Brains and is a collection of fun, scientifically based brain games that provide a balanced workout across the 5... see more

This site is very useful in teaching basic information about fossils.

'This is not a typical e-book; it is a free, web-based, open-source “textbook” available to anyone interested in using... see more

Chapter discusses what science is as well as its place in the K-8.

Site for middle school and high school students to participate in the 2011 first international, online science fair. ... see more

Interesting trivia about the body.

How Do Body Systems Work Together is a Stand Alone Instructional Resource.  It focuses on how the Nervous, Skeletal and... see more

This is a lesson designed to help students understand scientific data representation (graphs, tables, etc) by having them... see more

This guide lists and reviews 61 web sites with catalogs of astronomical images that are useful for both formal and... see more

These science lessons are perfect for science teachers who are tired of worksheets, and are ready for lessons that will... see more

Jeff Barrie takes viewers on a journey from the coal mines of West Virginia to the solar panel fields of Florida, as he... see more

Literature review help, guidance and examples for students and researchers writing their literature review. Helpful... see more

This site offers students the opportunity to take a tour where they can explore subjects involving Archeology, Space,... see more is a beta site designed to work on reducing carbon footprints. Track your carbon footprint... see more

Reliability of a measurement; an introduction to simple statistics for science students. Average, mean, deviation from... see more

This is a collection of ideas and activities to teach a variety of Middle and High School science concepts. There are... see more

Teach kids about the size of their carbon footprint.

This is a magazine that gives teachers ideas for "green" lessons and simply making the world around them more... see more

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

This is a resource for teachers in higher-ed. Second Nature was founded in Boston in 1993 by a small group of... see more

This resource is great for classroom discussions involving global warming trends and the harbingers that preclude those... see more

The newest site from NASA showcasing their eyes on earth.

Newton's First Law of Motion states that a body at rest will remain at rest unless an outside force acts on it, and a... see more