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Science and Social Studies

Science and Social Studies Sites

 

www.globe.gov

This is an environmental science program that allows students to conduct local investigations of many different types.  There are various projects listed, teacher resources, a blog, quizzes, and much more.

           

www.nasa.gov

This is an awesome site with many activities, videos, and much more.  Stunning photos!  You’ve got to check it out.

 

www.exploratorium.org

This is another great Science site for teachers and students.  There are so many different resources on this site I cannot list them all, you will have to check it out for yourself.

 

http://www.sciencenetlinks.com/

This site has many Science resources, tools, and lessons.

 

http://www.learner.org/jnorth/

Journey North is a website that tracks wildlife migration across America.  Students can track the patterns of monarch butterflies, whooping cranes, hummingbirds, American robins, gray whales and even the budding of plants

 

http://www.jason.org/public/home.aspx

The Jason Project can be found at is supported by the National Geographic Society. It offers curriculum units for grades fifth through eighth that are based on real explorers and events.

 

http://www.hal-pc.org/~clement/science.htm

The web site contains a list of different science simulations that can be found on the internet.

 

http://www.dlese.org/library/index.jsp

The Digital Library for Earth Science website contains many different Science resources for all grades.

 

Virtual Science http://www.accessexcellence.org/RC/virtual.html

This website has many different virtual tours, field trips, and simulations of various Science processes.

 

The Global Schoolhouse (http://www.globalschoolnet.org)

Collaborate with classes around the globe on projects, explore current expeditions, or take a geography quiz.  There is lots of information on this site.