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Science Sites for Teachers
Can't get your students to stay focused on your science lesson? Do you need help with getting the students to understand what you are teaching? Do you need new ways to get your students to seriously think about health? Try the sites listed below to jump-start your lessons. You will be glad you did.
Berkley Museum of Paleontology gives you detailed information on fossils and dinosaurs that will make all the dinosaur-lovers happy.
Blood Pressure Experiment gives directions for taking blood pressure. Why not use Excel and graph the pressures in your classroom?
Brain Pop is an extraordinary site. There is a section on the page for each body system and many science topics. Each topic shows a movie to better explain the subject matter.
Cells Alive is an interesting site that has many graphics to help identify different types of cells.
Cipco Electric has a great collection of lessons, worksheets, etc. for all grade levels. Check out the information.
Cloud Boutique is a great site for a unit on clouds.
Cool Science for Curious Kids has several great learning experiences for kids.
The Discovery Channel can fit into your curriculum with its shows and teaching materials. It is worth checking out. The Animal Planet is a great extension of the Discovery Channel.
Check out these electron microscope pictures of cells from the University of Hawaii.
Food Timeline gives great listings that will let you know when different foods were added to our diet and food groups.
Young frog enthusiasts need to try this web adventure. Check out the Virtual Frog, too.
The Great Plant Escape is a great page to help students learn the parts of a plant.
Healthy Net provides information on diseases and preventive measures to keep yourself healthy.
The Heart: An Online Exploration is part of the Ben Franklin Institute. This is a great site to stay and search.
Human Anatomy Online helps your students understand the human body. It is more suited to older more in-depth studying of human anatomy.
Inside a Seed is a great lesson plan for learning about seeds and plants.
Little Explorers is a wonderful page for young children. It provides picture dictionaries with links to other good sites for explanations.
Magic School Bus Teacher Feature is a terrific science site for children. There are many activities and experiments to use that are great.
Nine Planets provides you with all the information that you need to explore the solar system.
S.C.O.R.E. lesson plans for science will give you a great place to investigate great science lesson plans.
School Science Fairs Homepage gives great ideas for those science fairs that are new and exciting.
Science Benchmarks - is a list of science benchmarks for K - 12.
Science Made Simple is a great page for science lovers. It gives great examples to science questions for children and also helps parents learn how to help their children.
ScienceNet is part of the Marco Polo WorldCom site. You will find great information here.
Science Week is a journal for science educators.
S.K. Worm answers all your questions about soil in a way that elementary school children can understand.
Something Froggy is brought to you from the Franklin Institute. You will find a complete book, PDF files for student work, every teaching tip you will need to present a complete unit on frogs. You can choose from K - 3 or 4 - 8.
Teach Health is well written for classrooms that are teaching about stress, anxiety, depression and drug abuse.
Treasures@Sea is another unit from the Franklin Institute. This is an excellent site.
Volcano World provides information, data, and experiments about volcanoes.
This Water Cycle site is from KidZone and gives great simple information about the water cycle.
Way Cool Science Scavenger Hunt is a terrific web quest that will have you and your students searching the science network of links.
The Weather Channel is dedicated to providing all the information needed to keep you knowledgeable about everything that contributes to our weather.
The Why Files comes to us from the National Institute for Science Education. You can find out the science information behind the news.
The World of Insects is a great site for information on all types of insects. You will find great images.
Zoom School Archives gives a listing of all the units in "Little Explorers".