General Resources for Teaching Science
- Grading High School Science Work
- World Atlas—World atlas and many map related links
- Snack Facts—General education resources
- 4teachers.org—Online resources for teachers
- NASA Educational Resources—NASA resources
- Graph Maker—Make your own graphs.
- Science and Math Web links—Many science links from this U.S. government site
- Top Homeschool Sites—Homeschool.com’s top 100 educational Web sites
- Science Sleuth—Science mysteries to solve
- Nature Puzzles from PBS—General science puzzles and fun
- Extreme Science!—Extreme science—world records
- Today in Science History—What happened in science today?
- Scientific Microscopy—Microscopic photos of many things
- Science Questions and Fact Sheets—Science facts about many things
- Try Science!—Interactive experiments and field trips to explore
- Science Hangman—Practice your science vocabulary.
- EnchantedLearning.com—Science resources by grade levels and topics
- 4000 Years of Women in Science—Emphasizes women in science, includes activities, biographies, photographs, and more.
- Chemical and Engineering News—Gives information about what various products are made of. Includes chemistry and plants.
- Answersingenesis.org—Answers in Genesis is a creation science organization with biblically based information
- NASA.gov—An excellent source for exploration, and for many other topics as well as space
- PBS.org—The PBS site is a good place to begin looking for information about specific subjects. Keep in mind that there is a heavy influence of evolutionary science. You may be able to use ideas from the teacher's guides or from activities that are designed for use with the televised programs.
- NSTA.org—National Science Teachers Association-most of this information is accessed by subscription
- Howstuffworks.com—This is a great resource for learning about electrical and mechanical equipment and other things. It is written for students, but is also helpful for teachers.
- Soy Ohio—Click on the education section for soy related activities.
- Environmental Kids Club—Science information presented in a kid-friendly format
- USDA for Kids—Huge site covering many different areas of science
- Brainpop.com—Site that includes information about science as well as other subjects, and provides homework help
- Home Science Tools—Science supply catalog
- Aldine Science Project Website—Excellent resource for getting started with science fairs
- Science Buddies: Science Fair Tips—Choosing a good science fair question
- All Science Fair Projects—Science fair project ideas
- Discovery School Science Fair Guide for Parents—Parent information about science fairs
- A Science Fair Companion—Science fair tips; click on “full text” to view article
Teachers/Organizing a science fair
General Science Links
- Answers in Genesis
- USNO Astronomical Applications
- Institute for Creation Research
- Environmental Protection Agency
- "How Did Bad Things Come About?"
- Department of Energy
- Arguments Not to Use
- National Academies of Science
- Creation Science Fellowship
- National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) & International System of Units (SI)
- Grading Plan
- Science Classroom Product Suppliers—This list provides contact information for companies that supply biological specimens and scientific tools to school and educators.
- Science Applets from University of Colorado—Many important physical science concepts are clarified with these interactive animations. Concepts are described in terms appropriate for high school students.
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Due to the transient nature of websites, these links are updated regularly. At the time of publication, all of the web links suggested in our curriculum were active. Since then, some may have been replaced by similar websites or removed from this list. If you have comments, suggestions, questions, or find that one of these resources is no longer in service, please email us.