Discovery School Students
DiscoverySchool.com has changed, but it still has tools to help you study, games to challenge your mind, and tons of great clip art to use. In addition, there are nearly a dozen learning adventures that let you explore everything from Ancient Egypt to the Space Station.
The Math & Science Gateway
This Gateway provides links to resources in mathematics and science for educators and students in grades 9-12, although teachers of other levels may find these materials helpful.
A Dictionary of Units of Measurements
Metric Conversion Calculator
Carolina Biological: Math and Science Links
Using the TI-83 Calculator
High School Hub
Stuff Works is a website by sponsored by popular author Marshall Brain.
This site contains categories of devices and "stuff" and lots
of directions on how it all works. This site is simply a lot of fun! This
month, featured sites include how bar codes work on the things you buy
at the store, and how CDs work. Enjoy!
World Almanac for Kids Online
Awesome site for general knowledge about lots of areas. Lots of facts
such as the fastest animal and the biggest iceberg. You can even send
in a question of your own! Fun for all ages!
of Ask an Expert Sites for Science and Math
Check this list to find your expert!
Potter's Science Gems
This site has help in ALL areas of science and math. This site is sorted
by category, subcategory, and grade level, and has a search option.
K-12 Awesome Library of Resources
A list of subject areas for K-12, including resources for teachers. Topics
are listed by subject area.
Lots of answers to all kinds of kids' questions and has lots of neat facts.
This site is more appropriate for K-5 students.
ScienceTopic List for Kids
- Student information and resources (elementary)
New Scientist - Latest News in the science
Beyond Discovery - Trace the path of scientific
discoveries (high school)
Virtual Field Trips around the World
Simple Explanations for Natural Events
The Science Behind the News
Help For Everyone
Library Spot - Ask an Expert
Ask an Expert
BrainPOP (elementary fun)
The Franklin Institute
Los Alamos National Laboratory
The Mad Scientist Network
Ask Dr. Universe
Help Your Child Learn Science
USGS Learning Web
Bill Nye the Science Guy (requires Flash)
Science IQ Activities
Science Optics and You
Physics and Astronomy Online
Homework Help On-line
is an initiative sponsored by the National
Science Foundation - Comprehensive Partnerships for Math and Science
Achievement (NSF-CPMSA). For more information about this and other JPS-NSF
initiatives, contact the NSF
This material is based upon work supported
by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 9625139. Any opinions,
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are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of
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