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    Skeleton Webquest
    Grade 7 webquest structure and function of the human skeletal system
    Fun with Chemistry
    Have fun learning about chemistry with games, easy experiments, special feature, cram sheet and periodic table.
    Topics in Chemistry
    Information, quizzes and activities that provide an introduction to chemistry. Topics include atoms, molecules, gases, liquids, formulas, and the periodic table.
    Chemistry
    Learn about chemistry including matter, atoms, and reactions. Includes online quizzes.
    Satellities
    On this site you can build three different types of satellites interactively.
    Astronomy
    Students study astronomy starting with an understanding of gravity.
    BAM! Body and Mind
    Interactive site that students can use to investigate science and health topics for school.
    Cells Alive
    Interactive site where student can explore the structure and function of plant and animal cells.
    Interactive Frog Dissection
    Published in 1994, The Interactive Frog Dissection was designed for use in high school biology classrooms. It takes you through all of the stages of frog dissection from initial preparation to examination of internal organs. A “new and improved" version called NetFrog was released in 2002. You can choose the version that works best for you, your browser and your computer.
    Biology: Probe the Brain
    Interactive site that allows you to study the brain's motor cortex by applying electric shock.
    BrainPop
    Site allows student to veiw animation of relevant topics with a small quiz at the end.
    Curious Kids
    Curious kids can explore topics in biology on this site sponsored by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
    Earth Science: Mountain Maker, Earth Shaker
    This site allows the student to manipulate tectonic plates and watch what happens to the Earth.
    Earth's Interior
    Delve into the earth's interior, learn about its tectonic plates and their movements, and discover how mountains, volcanoes, and earthquakes are formed.
    National Geophysical Data Center
    This site has information on and from the National Geophysical Data Center. Data and inventories in many disciplines are fully searchable and selected listings, data, and images can be downloaded. This also offers FTP and Gopher archives for access to data.
    Hurricane Hunters
    The 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, known as the Hurricane Hunters of the Air Force Reserve, is the only Department of Defense organization flying into tropical storms and hurricanes on a routine basis. Lots of cool pictures and neat information here. Careers involving relating to severe weather.
    Volcano World
    This website contains real-time volcano information including an interactive clickable map of active volcanoes world-wide and remote sensing satellite images. Topics covered at VolcanoWorld include how volcanoes work, submarine volcanoes, planetary volcanoes, career information on becoming a volcanologist, volcanic parks and monuments and volcano exploration on the moon, Mars and Venus. It contains an area where students can post experiments including building a variety of different types of volcanoes. Teachers can also download a collection of interactive HyperStudio lessons on volcanoes from this web site.
    Interactive Physics and Math with Java
    Interactive activites for physics including bouncing ball, pendulum, circuits, mirrors, lens, and much more.
    Explore Science:Multimedia Activities
    Interactive activities for making basic physics fun to learn.
    Physics: Simple Machcines
    Identify over 50 simple machines. The site is interactive and keeps as you move through the activity.
    Light
    Site contains simulations of a light board where you can pick lenses, mirrors and lasers to place on the board to see the beam.
    Nuclear Power Plany Demo
    Site allows the student to control a nuclear power plant.
    Amusement park physics
    How do physics laws affect amusement park ride design? In this exhibit, you'll have a chance to find out by designing your own roller coaster. Plan it carefully--it has to pass a safety inspection. You can also experiment with bumper car collisions.
    Kitchen Science - submitted by Amber
    Thanks to Amber, you can try these great experiments at home!