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A major Science standard in California for grade 6 is tectonics. This site is from NASA's Earth Observatory and it... see more

CDE Science Standards for 7th Grade (EARTH AND LIFE HISTORY 4E) state that students should know that fossils provide... see more

These activities encourage students to think about the characteristics of life and about the possibility of looking for... see more

A valuable website from NASA's Deep Space Network. GAVRT (Goldstone Apple Valley Radio Telescope) teaches students to use... see more

Fact sheets are short informative texts with graphics or photos that provide specific information without the expectation... see more

Reach out to your Hispanic students by showcasing this website. This site was created to focus on the 13 (8 astronauts, 2... see more

On April 17, 1996, NASA debuted the first learning center for high energy astronomy on the World Wide Web. They're... see more

The CDE Standards for Science-Grade 3 (EARTH SCIENCE 4B) disuss the Lunar Cycle. This is a unique site from the Bluebird... see more

Use this resource to create Science/Language Arts lessons that have a NASA Science flavor. As an overview, NASA's Mars... see more

The Exploration Systems Mission Directorate is a new organization within NASA dedicated to creating a constellation of... see more

CDE Standards for Grade 5 (Physical Sciences 1d) state that students should know that each element is made of one kind of... see more

For any lesson that includes the solar system, this site is ANTICIPATORY SET material. Use this site as your one-stop... see more

CDE Standards for Grade 2 (EARTH SCIENCE 3C) stipulates that students should know that soil is made partly from weathered... see more

INSPIRE is a non-profit scientific, educational corporation whose objective is to bring the excitement of observing... see more

This is tied to the INSPIRE Program. It is the INSPIRE VLF radio receiver at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in... see more

This site is being updated right now. This is the 2005 version (still alot of good stuff). Look for the updated version... see more

As an anticipatory set to any lesson (especially solar system for third graders) that has to do with Pluto and the Charon... see more

The site contains teacher information, images, resources, data and descriptions of the RXTE satellite. Excellent... see more

The CDE Science Standards for 3rd grade (EARTH SCIENCE 4C) covers the topic of telescopes and what they do/how they work.... see more

Solid website for middle-school teachers. This is actually the Education page where teachers can order materials that tie... see more

This is a powerful site that lets you zoom from satellite altitude into any place on Earth. Leveraging Landsat satellite... see more

This site is informative and easy to use. It is a great place to learn about the solar system. I will be attaching many... see more

A wonderful website from our friends at UC Berkeley. This program fosters reading through science and technology.

One of the grade 6 science standards deals with the makeup of Earth's lithosphere. This interactive website does a great... see more