Helpful Science Web Sites
The following websites are by no means a complete representation of all the information on the World-Wide-Web. Hopefully the information presented here will continue to grow. Suggestions for additional resources are always welcome, and this site will be updated and expanded as time goes on. Please email any suggestions, corrections, bad links, or comments to Mr. Bob Busk, Executive Director for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment, email@example.com
It is the teachers responsibility to review any website prior to using it in class. All efforts have been made to make sure the sites are student friendly.
Organized under the following headings: General Science/Technology, Space Science, Biology – Life Sciences, Chemistry, Ecology/Geology – Earth Sciences, Physics/Physical Science, Archeology, Other – not sorted yet. Compliments of the science department at Peebles High School, Ohio.
All you would want to know about chemical elements.
Ever wonder how much you would weigh on Mars? On Jupiter? The Sun? Enter your weight and you'll be able to see how much you would weigh on 16 other planets, moons, and even stars.
Can we predict eruptions? How are volcanoes formed? A great site for insight into the world of volcanoes.
What are the physics behind an "ollie"? How are skateboards made? A defininite must-see site for skateboarders.
An INCREDIBLE resource....whether you love is of the oceans or the skies.
Using common household items, make over 25 science projects.
A great "encyclopedia" of science terms including cartoon explanations. Also includes information on animals, entertainment, sports, music and other topics.
Fun-filled site about science. Experiments, amazing facts, crafts and recipes, magic tricks. Really enjoyable!!!!
Why is a school bus yellow? How does color affect our moods? Anyone interested in color will enjoy this site.
Interesting science topics to explore such as the Mysterious Sliding Boulders of Death Valley. Includes sections: "Did You Know" and "Ask Dr. Bob".
An online science glossary for elementary age students.
Have Sid the Science Kid take your primary age student on science adventures.
Great site for science games, quizzes, photos, and much more....for elementary to middle school.