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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.

At this lesson plan site, students will discover and verify the relationship between wavelength and frequency of the... see more

Solid primary lesson on robotics that you can eat when you finish! Enjoy!

These radar images were obtained from the two SRL missions on the Space Shuttle Endeavour in 1994. Use them along with... see more

THIS MATERIAL TIES DIRECTLY TO CDE SCIENCE STANDARDS FOR 3RD GRADE (SOLAR SYSTEM).

This brief history is a great place to start a lecture on Rocketry and its roots.

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

SOLID RESOURCE THAT FINDS PARTICIPANTS PLACING HUBBLE AND OTHER SATELLITES IN THE NIGHT SKY.FEEL FREE TO POST A LESSON TO... see more

This video segment explores how slaves traveling on the Underground Railroad used astronomy to guide them. Viewers learn... see more

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), in partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency... see more

This website is a showcase of professional development course being offered by PBS. There is a cost of $199 to $249 at... see more

This is a great PowerPoint presentation for discussing the scientific method.

Here is a collection, sanctioned by our friends at Scholastic, for use with Smartboards and 3M interactive whiteboards.

I am posting this because this can be a model for other coastal schools (or schools in general) in under-served... see more

Ever since lava first erupted above sea level over 500,000 years ago to begin building the Island of Hawai`i, countless... see more

This website has an effective collection of all significant events in the history of planetary exploration and NASA.

Excellent resource for gemstone/mineral information.