|American Association of Physics Teachers|
AAPT’s teaching resources section offers articles and multimedia, discussion groups, and activities for physics teachers.
BioCoach activities are online, multimedia supplemental lessons designed to reinforce what students have learned in class. The activities contain self-assessment tests at the end.
Biological Anthropology Tutorials
This page contains 17 online tutorials about biological anthropology topics, such as classification of living things, early theories of evolution, and primate behavior. Within the lessons, vocabulary terms are provided along with an audio file for pronunciation, and each topic contains graphics as well as practice quizzes and puzzles for review of the material.
Earth Science Explorer
This site contains lessons and activities to help children learn about earth science.
Gallant’s Biology Stuff
A Canadian high school’s page lists all the information on topics taught in upper-level biology, including syllabi, text, and graphics.
This site offers current events, maps, articles, careers, and satellite images for geology and earth science.
How Stuff Works
This site, sponsored by Discovery, helps people understand how things work, such as computers, electronics, engines, and cars. Visitors can read articles, watch videos, or play educational games.
The JASON Project
The JASON Project connects students with scientists and researchers using technology and integrated, standards-based curriculum such as after-school and out-of-school activities. These projects provide mentored, authentic, and enriching science learning experience. Teachers can download some online curricula for free or sign up to join one of JASON’s integrated offerings.
KidsGeo is a geology resource for elementary students and teachers. Visitors can find songs, pictures, and video clips to help teach geology to elementary students.
Recommended by KDP member Jessica Hester.
Mars Exploration Program for Educators
This site offers project ideas, posters, and education programs to teach students about the planet Mars.
Physical Science Resource Center
The Science House, sponsored by North Carolina State University, offers book reviews, resource materials, pertinent essays, newsletter, and a discussion forum specific to middle school physical science topics.
My Community, Our Earth
Association of American Geographers (AAG) provides educational materials, activities, and other resources to encourage youth to use geographic tools and concepts to address local issues of sustainability.
NASA Kids’ Club
The NASA Kids’ Club page offers activities and games to help students learn about science and space as well as math skills such as pattern recognition. The skills taught are based on national standards for each skill level.
National Association of Biology Teachers
NABT offers articles and other resources for science teachers, especially biology.
National Science Teachers Association
NSTA offers free articles, blogs and discussion groups, professional development opportunities, and its own set of standards for science education.
This US Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research service page takes a behind-the-scenes look at what scientists really do, and how this science affects everyday lives. Teachers can find games, science fair projects, and links to resources.
The Science of Addiction
This page explains scientifically how the brain can become addicted to drugs, how to treat addiction, and how to prevent drug addiction in the community.
The Science Page
This page contains links to science and science education sites by topic (e.g., biology, chemistry, earth science, physics).
Sumanas offers multimedia services for educational publishing and biotechnology. The “Science in Focus” page contains presentations about science topics in the news.
The Super Science Fair Support Center
This site lists over 1,000 science project ideas, for the classroom, science fair, or home-schooled students. Dr. Shawn and Dr. Michelle also offer project tips, report-writing tips, and supplies for sale.
TryScience has resources for students, teachers, and parents to encourage interest in science. Visitors can find science project ideas, field trip destinations, and games.
The Weather Dude
Meteorologist Nick Walker provides information about weather, including weather basics, local forecasts, recommended books, and weather curriculum.