The Science Fair section gives students the ability to access over a thousand helpful ideas and articles to aid them in completing their science fair project. The site includes advice and help and a great Science Fair Guide.
Science Buddies is a comprehensive aid to students and teachers for science fair information. It includes project ideas, and a project guide that steps through the scientific method and terms used in science fair project preparation, references and tips for materials. It also has an “ask an expert” section where students and teachers can post questions. There is also a guide for teachers with help on student motivation and guidance.
Fun interactive simulations in physics and math with accompanying lesson plans.
It is a Geogebra Multi-Platform Mathematics Software that gives everyone the chance to experience the extraordinary insights that math makes possibel.
These videos are designed to be used as collateral material for mathematics courses on the K-12 and college levels, and to be a resource for informal independent study. Rather than focusing on procedural problem solving, the objective is to give insight into the concepts on which the rules of mathematics are based. Once a student has gained a strong conceptual foundation, the material presented in math textbooks is much easier to digest and retain.
This site has sections for teachers and students with interactives and grade level materials, multi-media presentations, lesson plans, and new articles.
This interactive periodic table links to descriptions and even videos of the elements. This is a helpful study tool to make memorizing all the elements fun and interactive.
With over 3,200 videos on everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and hundreds of skills to practice, this website is on a mission to help students and teachers to learn what they want, when they want, at their own pace. Teachers can get a summary of class performance or dive into a particular student profile.
Teachers and students will find an organized collection of over 180 different animations, movies or interactive tutorials on the topics of animals, plants, ecology, microbiology, astronomy, geology, anatomy, physiology, biology, physics, and other general topics.
Great science experiments for teachers, parents and kids in all categories of science.
Interactive website to transform the way tween girls look at science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Combination of actual girls exploring real-world science and math alongside successful female mentors in the field- plus an online destination where viewers can share their own exciting ideas and projects. There is access to full and partial SciGirls episodes and accompanying activities. Videos are also available in Spanish.
Explore the science of everyday life. Site provides cool games, interactives and investigations for students. Fun, family-friendly activities to do at home and standard based lesson plans, video, blogs and more for teachers. Offers an Innovation Headquarters uncovering inventions and how science is in the most unexpected places.
A powerful site of PowerPoint presentations on almost any subject. Uploading and sharing your presentations, documents and professional videos is also possible. Sign-up required.
This website has a wealth of information in all subject areas. It has interactives, videos, ebooks, printables, teaching resources and more. It is all FREE!
Understanding science provides fun and free resources for students and teachers on what science is and how it actually works. Site explains what science is and why it is important to our lives. There are teaching resouces, examples, teaching tools, tips and strategies, misconceptions and more! The stories of how science has been used to learn about our world are great examples to use with your students.
Online assessment tool for teachers of all subject and grade levels. Especially useful for student math practice and testing online.Available in English, Spanish, Polish, Slovenian, and French. Math, geography and science are highlighted.
The Kids' Science Challenge is a nationwide competition for 3rd to 6th graders to submit experiments and problems for REAL scientists and engineers to solve. Play science games, watch videos, and enter to win awesome prizes and trips! Winners actually travel to conduct their research with the scientists working in that field. The site also has related, downloadable experiments and ideas for science fair projects. Kids' Science Challenge is made possible by Pulse of the Planet and the National Science Foundation.
Science News for Kids is divided into zones- puzzles, games, scifi, labs and teacher zones. Each zone has various interactive and resources, including links. There is also an archive of articles organized by science topic.
This is a source for latest science research. News is listed by science area. It includes archives, reference articles, science videos, images, and more.
The National Science Digital Library provides a vast searchable library of material for perusal. K-12 resources (audio, data, images, interactive, text, and video) are searchable by topic.
A website that is full of “fun” science project ideas for teachers and students.
This site has numerous obervational activities and outright science inquiry experiments that students can do with various types of candy. There are also resource web links and printables of experiments available.
Great science experiments for teachers and students in all categories of science.
Discover educational videos that are designed to be simple, interesting, fun and rigorous for K-12 curriculum.
Science Lessons in Animation Cartoon videos for kindergarten to grade 7 students.