In preparation for Digital Learning Day in February, I came across some Science websites that I would like to share.
National Geographic Society: This websites contains a variety of interactive activities, lessons, teacher guides, educational games, and interactive map making kits.
Great Websites for Kids; While I have not had the time to check at ALL the websites available, I just had to share. This link contains a plethora of science websites sponsored by the Association for Library Service to Children from the American Library Association.
3D Solar System: Provides a 3D solar system simulation.
TimeLine Adventure in Space: This site provides educational games for all ages. Games included:
- Distance from Sun - Drag the planet to the correct place in the solar system.
- Timeline of Solar System Exploration - Place the events correctly on the timeline of Solar System Exploration
- Famous Astronomers - Can you identify them?
- Planet Size - Place the planet in the correct order based on size.
- Send Spacecraft to the Planet - Send the appropriate space craft to the correct planet
- Planet's Natural Satellites - Do you the which moon belongs to which planet?
Planetarium; Students can view over 1,000 stars from any location and time around the world by moving their mouse across the sky and clicking. Point at a star or planet and get information, distance, and even coordinates to locate with a telescope.
Visible Geology: Create and explore geological blocks models or a 3D topographic map.
BioDigital Human: Students can explore the human body in 3D to gain an understanding of anatomy, diseases, and treatments. There are over a 1,000 interactive visuals with detailed medical descriptions. Students can select and dissect, add or remove layers, perform surgical procedures or take screenshots and annotate.
Solar Energy Calculator: Want to generate your own solar energy? This website helps you choose the correct solar panels to use.
Chemical Elements: Includes a periodic table with information and a molecular weight calculator.