3M SCIENCE OF EVERYDAY LIFE:
Enter a world of cool Science through brain boggling games and virtual investigations!
STUDY JAM IN SCIENCE:Learn more about plant cells, photosynthesis, force and motion, simple machines and many more!
KIDS' NASA: THE SPACE PLACE:
http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/kids/Kids' visions for the New Millennium. Technology-inspired art and poetry. explore . A trip to the Land of the Magic Windows.KIDS' SOLAR SYSTEM EXPLORATION FROM NASA:For K-4: Planets, Games, Homework Helper, Do it Yourself and more!NASA'S CLIMATE KIDS
Features basic climate science with multimedia, games, humor, and crystal clear language for the same age group. Both have very strong "make and do" sections.NASA'S SPACE PLACE
An educational website about space and Earth sciences and technologies for elementary-aged children.INTERACTIVE NATURE OF LIGHT:
Third grade and up will appreciate this interactive exploration on the nature of light, including a history of theories and online experiments.
Can your students correctly classify animals? Try this interactive game, where first they will select vertebrates, then arachnids, insects which go through metamorphosis, and true bugs. Students can click on the corner of each card to learn more about that animal to help them complete their classification.GEOLOGY - ROCKS & MINERALSThis interactive introduction to rocks explains how the three different types of rocks form. Additionally, readers can see examples of rocks and minerals used in common household objects.ENERGY SOURCES- RENEWABLE AND NON RENEWABLE ENERGYPeople harness energy from a variety of sources. Visit this page to understand the differences between renewable and non-renewable sources.WEATHER GLOSSARY FOR KIDS:This glossary is an excellent resource for learning the definition of different weather terms. It also offers activities and games for learning about the weather.AIR MASSES AND FRONT:http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/science/weather-and-climate/air-masses-and-fronts.htmThis entertaining video explains where the world's four primary air masses are, and what happens along their edges.