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The ultimate website! Perfect for discussing the different rock formations. I will be creating more for this one!

The ultimate starting point for any lesson on the Solar System. Also, a personal favorite.

This site is the perfect start for any discussion on the Sun. It is easy to navigate and has many links that are very... see more

This site is effective and informative. It is also easy to follow. I will be attaching a number of assignments to this... see more

This site is a good place to discuss telescopes and their invaluable role in space exploration.

Nice website for earth sciences. NASA has another winner here. Look for more assignments in the future.

This is a great set of sites that discuss the significance of the moon known as Titan!

Another dynamite site from NASA to use in order to start any discussion on weather and rain. Keep it simple!

This site is another great place to start a discussion about weather. Keep it simple!

This is a great group of sites that deal with landslides and how they shape our land. Be sure and explore the sites,... see more

This site is going to be used (by me) to create a number of friendly letter activities that support 3rd grade CDE... see more

This site can be used to learn about Venus and increase fluency of students. There will be more assignments to come.

This web page offers links to sites addressing undergraduate education reform, inquiry-based learning and other related... see more

Shows some problems faced by people with special needs in a laboratory environment and provides solutions to some of the... see more

This is the ESA's home website. It is an effective supplement to the immense NASA resources on the World Wide Web. By... see more

This site carries a large amount of information regarding clouds, aerosols and their makeup. Teachers can use this as... see more

CDE Science Standards for 7th Grade (EVOLUTION 3-2) declare that students should know the reasoning used by Charles... see more

NASA's Digital Learning Network (DLN) is about connecting with the next generation of Explorers. The DLN assists in the... see more

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