NYS Education Department Homepage for Science Education
Links to Learning Standards, Core Curriculum Guide,
Assessments, Schedules, Resources
National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)
Science Sites From NSF Grades K - 12
This site is full of experiments
elementary kids can do at home or in school. The steps to each
activity are easy to follow with pictures and graphics to
Enchanted Learning to learn more about inventors, dinosaurs,
10 – 12)
can simplify complex topics with on-screen models and graphics
for visual learners.
Whatzit (ages 10 – 12)
at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and other scientists
answers why it is so to dozens of questions submitted.
Hughes Medical Institute has teamed up with 150 scientists and
researchers who answer questions related to biology and
science. Students can submit a question via e-mail and receive
Frog Dissection Kit
can’t do the real dissection of a frog try exploring the
anatomy of a frog by putting this frog back together again.
Help Your Child
Explore Science (For Parents)
of the National Science Teachers Association discuss key
skills your child should acquire and offers ways of
encouraging scientific thinking.
Fair Stress? Suggestions for projects and guided directions.
Fair Resource Guide
Stress? Suggestions for projects and guided directions
offers science treasures for kids of all ages, as well as
resource sites for teachers.
Healthy Hearts provides instruction regarding how tobacco,
nutrition and exercise choices made now effect you later. It
is a free web-based interactive learning program with teacher
resources, as well as, student lessons. Students are presented
information and take quizzes to earn points. It also addresses
ELA as it allows them to share their ideas with others when
they answer a Dear Gabby letter. They can also enter their
physical activity and diet in a log and get feedback about
what they ate and how active they were. And finally, they can
see questions that students from around the nation have asked