Archive for the ‘Student Website Recommendations’ Category

Simple Machines Interactive Game
Simple Machines is an interactive science game for students in grades 2 – 6 to identify simple machines around the house, and simple machines that make up compound machines in the tool shed. A pop-up blocker may need to be disabled so that the game will operate properly.

Science Bob Website

This is a great website to use as a teacher resource for experiments, videos, and a store.

Wonderville Whether you are looking for games, activities, comics, or videos, you will find something for you! Parents, students, and teachers all bound to be intrigued by what they find when they search the site. From taxonomy to nanotechnology, from structural engineering to heavy equipment operator, kids can see how science is related to many […]

Study Jams from Scholastic

Study Jams is a relevant and appropriate resource for kids to use in and out of the classroom. Organized by strand and topic, it is easy to find what you are looking for. Kids not only get the chance to see videos and slide shows, but sometimes there is even karaoke! You don’t want to miss checking out Study Jams!

Study Jams – Scholastic

Free video clips like Brain Pop – animated and engaging!

Watch Know Learn

Free educational videos from different sources – organized, searchable, and well chosen.

Make Me a Genius is a website that has many engaging science videos that kids love!

Steve Spangler

Looking for a fun way to bring science into your classroom? Steve Spangler is an amazing resource to help your students gain scienctific insight. He has lesson plans, items for purchase and videos online. He is a wonderful cause to support and best of all, makes science so much fun!

National Geographic Kids – Butterflies

National Geographic has wonderful videos to give children insight into creature’s lives. This is a video of butterflies in their natural habitat to go along with our Share-a-Thon