This interactive site explores plants and their mysteries.
This interactive site allows students to form possible food webs and then print them.
A lite game which shows you how to dissect a frog and identify the organs
Great Site for connecting the sciences
This website helps students learn about animals and is interactive
Great site for learning about germs and staying healthy.
Interactive web site to learn about science and health.
This site brings the study of atoms to life by connecting to the television show The Adams Family. There are opportunities to learn, incorporate drawing, and to sing a song that resembles the Adams Family theme song.
Great site for learning about space exploration.
Cool facts and games help kids learn to stay safe around electricity and natural gas. There is an emphasis on using energy wisely. There are free learning materials and teacher's guides.
Students have the opportunity to experience what happens when a volcano, earthquake, hurricane, or tornado occurs.
Learn about clouds and see interesting weather information and photographs.
Power Point Presentations plus a whole lot more
There are several categories to explore such as biology, astronomy, geology, history, math, etc.
On the biology page, there is a really neat link that allows you to listen to educational songs relating to biology.
Explanation of how the brain grows, develops, and works.
Fun science facts and experiments
Click on parents and teachers, and you will find printable one sheets. These are easy science experiments to do with common household items to be done at home or at school. Click on home demos and it groups the experiments into types of sciences (life, physical, etc.).
Lesson plans, videos, information on a wide variety of science areas.
Awesome site for finding leveled books for guided reading. There are books for just about any topic, so you can usually find something that relates to what your students are learning in science.
Fun and easy experiments. Step by step instructions and videos of all experiments.
Lesson plans and links to enhance science curriculum.
This site provides a summary and a quiz for each lesson in the textbook.
Fun science and technology (games, experiments, lessons, quizzes, projects, facts, etc.)
Free online educational videos, games, lessons for K-12
Physics Education Technology - Mostly physics activities at various levels
Mid-Continent Research for Education and Learning - Research based materials
Developed and Maintained by AAAS - American Association for the Advancement of Science
The Why Files produces a new story each week They also post a series of interactive science animations, the ever-popular “Cool Science Images,” and a series of Teacher Activity Pages linked to the national science teaching standards.
Science News for Kids is a web site devoted to science news for children of ages 9 to 14. Updated weekly, this site offers a free sampling of stories from the print edition of Science News.
Neuroscience for Kids website – This site has multiple resources for helping students understand how their brains work.
This site has great resources in the topic of science.
Video or Media Collection
This is a site that has lots of live web cams from animals to towns and rail road stations. Just be sure to check that when you're in school, that it's daytime in your camera's location. What a great geography lesson as well!