Open Course Ware
From MIT, has courses freely available over the Web, not for granting degrees just to benefit the public.
Thisis a free site that offers a wealth of resources on the subject of science. This site provides up to date science news headlines from avast number of sources. Check it out
American Museum of Natural History presents: OLOGY
The suffix "Ology" means the study of something, and each OLogy topic is a specific scientific discipline. Topics include paleontology, astronomy,archaeology, genetics, marine biology, physical science(Einstein), and biodiversity. Kids can dig into these topics by playing games, meeting real zoologists, asking questions, reading stories and taking polls and quizzes.
Your Amazing Brain
Explore your brain, take part in real-life experiments and test yourself with our games, illusions and brain-benders
Encyclopedia of Life
Comprehensive,collaborative, ever-growing, and personalized, the Encyclopedia of Life is an ecosystem of websites that makes all key information about all life on Earth accessible to anyone, anywhere in the world.
2004 IUCN RED LIST
"The world’s biodiversity is declining at an unprecedented rate, according to the 2004 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species and a companion study ofthe data, the Global Species Assessment
(GSA)." List is searchable.Includes bibliography, photo gallery, excellent collection of links to information about various species.
Freewebsite provides colorful illustrations of the human anatomy that are clearly labeled and arranged to teach a mastery of anatomical terms.
The Physics Classroom.
Hosted by Study works and aimed at high school physics students, this site links to physics tutorials, a multimedia physics studio, and other resources.
The NOAA Photo Library has been produced to help bring the work
of one of America's most remarkable Government agencies to the American people
The museum of Science, Art and Human Perception.
The Discovery Channel is a great place to start online space
exploration. Use this Space Guide as a starting point for your students.
Water Scarcity & In stream Flow , Endangered Species , The Rivers of Lewis and Clark , Community Watersheds , Army Corps Reform , River Science , Puget Sound rivers , Columbia River , Snake River In The News
More than 14,000 carefully selected and evaluated resources organized into Best of... Databases (invisible web), Directories, Specific Resources. Search by keyword.
BIOME is a free catalogue of hand-selected and evaluated Internet resources for students, lecturers, researchers and practitioners in the Health andLife Sciences.
River Systems of the World
Although an ample source of breaking news, the World Wide Web has its limitations when it comes to natural history, except pertaining to tourism
An interactive periodic table
Royal Society of Chemistry
Interactive periodic table and more
The Aquatic Biome
Wateris the common link among the five biomes and it makes up the largestpart of the biosphere, covering nearly 75% of the Earth’s surface.
From the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. On line lessons and help.
Fresh Water Ecosystems
All Along A River This Think Quest site has information on how rivers are formed and other physical aspects of rivers, as well as case studies of the Singapore River and the Rhine. Discover Canada
The World's Biomes
Welcome to the World's Biomes Page! Biomes are defined as "the world's major communities, classified according to the predominant vegetation and characterized by adaptations of
organisms to that particular environment
Take a Walk in the Rainforest -- A Self-guided Tour
Tropical Rainforests are home to 50-90% of all the world's species of plants and animals. Rainforests provide us with oxygen, help maintain our climate and give us essential foods and
medicines. Rainforests have intense tropical sunlight, high temperatures and virtually constant rainfall. This environment has enabled organisms to develop specialized adaptations to the
environment and to each other. Over time, this specialization has promoted extraordinary biodiversity in the rain forest.
Biomes-Major Biomes of North America
Scirus is the most comprehensive science-specific search engine on the Internet.Driven by the latest search engine technology, Scirus searches over 200million science-specific Web pages
Periodic table on the web.
Chart for daily recommendations.
Great site with teacher and parent areas as well
A Multimedia Tour of the Solar System
Thisis a collection of many of the best images from NASA's planetaryexploration program. The collection has been extracted from theinteractive program
SOLAR SYSTEM NET
Thiswebsite has 315 web pages with over 340 pictures. This website has 2purposes: To give a pictorial overview of the solar system and to quizyou about these pictures.
The UK bestselling astronomy magazine now online.
Powerfuland fun resource for kids, exploring astronomy and other space relatedtopics. Play games, learn through interactive applications, and muchmore
INTERACTIVE MATH GAMES
Hereis a great resource for any level math teacher. It includes virtual manipulatives related to the NCTM standards for grades Pre-K - 2. Change the last number in the URL to find different
Explorea world of math where difficult problems can be fun and discover hundreds of resources, exercises and an amusement park devoted to math.
Math Goodies is a free math help site featuring interactive
lessons,puzzles and worksheets. We have provided free homework help since 1999!There are more than 400 pages of activities for students, educators andparents
This Hofstra University Website goes into graphic detail about everything a growing mathematician needs to know about calculus. It also features an online tutorial
Welcome to snow crystals.com
This site is all about snow crystals and snowflakes -- what they are, where they come from, and just how these remarkably complex and beautiful structures are created, quite literally, out of thin air.
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
The one-line description on this simple, uncluttered page says it all: Our FAQ database contains hundreds of answers to frequently asked question son a wide range of natural science topics. And so it does. You can browse these by topic -- they're in alphabetical order, from aerial photographs to wildlife -- or do a simple search of everything by typing a keyword or phrase in the text box provided. There are 34 topics in all, several of which pop up regularly as school report assignments,e.g., Endangered Species, Volcanoes.
Mathematicians of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
Anytime, Anywhere, Everyday Learning
e-Tutor offers students, parents and educators the vision, tools and resources for initiating and implementing technology-rich, activity-based learning. e-Tutor lessons have been created to
provide a superior online learning experience.
History of Mathematics
Short biographies of more than 1,100 mathematicians, with articles on thedevelopment of mathematical ideas. Mathematics History Topic Index
CUT THE KNOT
This site is for teachers, parents and students who seek engaging mathematics. Many of the topics are accompanied by Java illustrations.There are more than 700 Java applets.
National Science Foundation's Biology Research.
Interactive tour of the human cell.
The GOLDEN SECTION RATIO
Things to do with PHI online activities, bio's and more
National Library of Virtual Math Manipulatives.
University of Utah
Great on line puzzles etc for Pre-school to age 12.
Biographies of Female Mathematicians
MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
MISSISSIPPI RIVER FACTS
UNITED NATIONS World Food Program
Agriculture in the classroom
Includes teacher resources
Exploring farming around the world, lots of activities to explore.
Early Math for grades 1 and 2.
FLASHCARDS-a plus math interactive flashcards
Connecting Weather to the environment
Great site with a lot of resources.
USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference
This interface allows simple searches. Enter up to 5 keywords which best describe your food item. Select a Food Group. Then click on the Submit button. If you don't get a match, check your
spelling or try a related keyword. If you get too many food items, try a more specific keyword. If you enter two or more keywords, the program will search for food items which contain all of the keywords. Keywords do not have to be adjacent or in the same order as they appear in the food item. You can exclude food items by placing the word in front of a keyword.
Wave maker and more
2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans
(PDF; 3.9 MB) and its supporting guidance document My Pyramid Plan. Source: U.S.
Department of Agriculture Economic Research Servicehttp://www.cnpp.usda.gov/Publications/DietaryGuidelines/2005/2005DGPolicyDocument.pdf
GEOTHERMAL Energy Bullet
From the Library of Congress Science and Technology and business division.
Science tracer bullets,
Fromthe Library of Congress, a listing of all bullets available.The Libraryof Congress SCIENCE TRACER BULLET SERIES contains research guides thathelp you locate information on science and technology subjects. Withbrief introductions to the topics, lists of resources and strategies forfinding more, they help you to stay on target.
Create a Graph
Tony Wayne's Water Rocket Page
Lots of links and help for building your water rocket.
Containsspecies descriptions, life history information, conservation status,literature references, photos, and range maps for many species.
This site features articles, interactive exhibits, and hands-on activities.
Kidzone: The Water Cycle
Features explanations, fun facts, and printable activity pages.
Cool Math games, worksheets and flashcards
Free printable math worksheets for elementary school and home use.
This includes generators for math drills, flashcards, time, and money!
The Nature & Science of Autumn:
A Guide to Selected Resources
Animal fact guide
You can learn all sorts of interesting facts about the animals roaming our planet on our Animal Facts page. You can also download free coloring pages, word searches, mazes, and desktop
wallpapers on our Fun Stuff page or check out cool animal videos, photos, and news on our Wildlife Blog.
Project Learning Tree is an award winning, multi-disciplinary
environmental education program for educators and students in Pre K-grade 12. PLT, a program of the American Forest Foundation, is one of the most widely used environmental education programs in the United States and abroad. PLT continues to set the standard for environmental education excellence.
Lessons about Newtons first three laws of physics.
Do you know all the allergens, additives, and ingredients in what
you eat? Search for foods you care about, compare food lists, etc.