과학(Science)

과학, 물리학, 화학, 생물학, 지구과학, 환경과학 등 관련 교과의 교수-학습을 지원해주는 사이트입니다.

  • Understanding Science :This website provides fun, accessible, and free resources with activities that communicate the dynamic nature of science, how it really works, and how it affects us all everyday.: Age Range: 5-22
  • VISIONLEARNINGAn award-winning, free digital resource for teaching and learning science.
  • Physics Central: Physics In PicturesThe American Physical Society sponsors this exciting website that demonstrates through multi-media technology, how things work and the importance of physics to everyone. You’ll find free information on the physics of light, sound, matter and more in the form of articles, animations, and videos.: Age Range: 10 and up
  • Science of Everyday Life : Discovery Education and 3M Corporation sponsor this website that provides free, multi-media interactives including lessons and virtual labs to help students learn life science, physical science, earth science, and technology/innovation through real world connections. Is there chemistry in the kitchen and physics at the park? The activities at this website demonstrate that science is everywhere.
  • Energy Kids: This website sponsored by the Energy Information Administration provides free energy-related lessons, games and activities, and research articles designed for classroom use in grades K-12.
  • Science U: This is a remarkable website that offers interactive exhibits to make science fun. The multimedia articles and activities are of a higher caliber than many websites designed for kids
  •  ESP Elementary Science program : ESP, at Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES, provides a hands-on, interdisciplinary curriculum that converts the classroom into a science laboratory. We hope these website resources help students and teachers alike in their explorations and adventures in the world of science.
  • ACS: Middle School Chemistry: The American Chemical Society offers free, downloadable Chemistry lessons for grades 6-8, that align with state standards. The multimedia lessons really illustrate the concepts and make them accessible to a wide variety of learning styles and aptitudes.: Age Range: 11-14
  • LearningScience: This interactive website is an archive for sharing new and emerging tools that are available on a variety of websites to teach science keyed to the National Science Education Standards. Age Range: 5-18
  • SEED Science :  This website is sponsored by the non-profit foundation called SEED (Schlumberger Excellence in Educational Development), to support teachers, parents and other mentors with resources to help students learn about technology and science with regard to global issues, such as water, energy, climate change, and much more. SEED offers free science resources including informative articles, lab experiments, as well as math puzzles and games.
  •  USGS: Earthquakes for Kids : At this USGS website (designed for kids) you can learn all about the science behind earthquakes and much more.: Age Range: 8 and up
  • SciJinks ; This NASA website provides free information about weather, space, atmosphere and satellites through engaging multi-media animations, images, activities, games and downloadable teacher resources.: Age Range: 9-18
  • Hunkin’s Experiments: This website with hundreds of cool cartoons that will have you conducting science experiments with food, light, sound, clothes, and a whole lot more!  : Age Range: Varies
  • ARKive:  This terrific website allows students to learn about 15,000 of the world’s endangered species through photos and videos along with scientific information on what makes them special and why we should protect them.:Age Range: 5-18 
  • Kids Farm: This site provides a free virtual trip to a farm where you will not only see photographs of many farm animals and wild animals – but you will be able to hear the sounds they make as well! : Age Range: All
  • Jefferson Lab Science Series: This  Lab provides programs and resources designed to help educate the public in science and technology, including a free “Science Series” of engaging lectures that are video-recorded and archived at the website for viewing. Plus, the Lab offers free learning resources including activities, worksheets, games, and more!: Age Range: 11 and up
  • ASAP ScienceThis YouTube channel  offers free, short, entertaining videos that explain biological concepts.: Age Range: 12 and up
  • Nutrition for Healthy Kids: This website offers over 25 free “Nutrition Lessons” for homeschoolers that engage learners in discovering the science of nutrition.  : Age Range: 7-16
  • Weather Wiz KidsThis ad-supported website  help kids understand the science of weather, and provides terrific explanations of natural weather phenomena as well as an archive of free, fun weather science experiments to do at home.: Age Range: 6-14
  • SnowCrystals.com:  This website  provides some great science explorations and activities themed around snowflakes that are fun whether you live where it snows or not.: Age Range:  All 
  • Scientific American: Bring Science Home:Scientific American sponsors this website that “features a fun, new, science-related activity every Thursday that parents and their six- to 12-year-olds can do together.
  • Jonathan Bird’s Blue World: This website offers free “webisodes” of the underwater science/adventure series online for free WITHOUT advertising – and it’s all accompanied by free study guides and classroom lessons and activities :  Age Range: All
  • Science of Everyday Life : Discovery Education and 3M Corporation sponsor this website that provides free, multi-media interactives including lessons and virtual labs to help students learn life science, physical science, earth science, and technology/innovation through real world connections. : Age Range: 5-18
  • Styraki: Activities;  This site provides FREE series of experiments from the books that introduce kids to chemistry, along with fun coloring pages.: Age Range: 3-8 
  • Inquiry In Action: At this website you can download Inquiry In Action a free book of activities that teach chemistry and physical science published by the American Chemical Society. : Age Range: 10-14
  • Lawrence Hall of Science: Outdoor BiologyThe Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley, California, offers this website that is devoted to teaching biology and ecology by providing free, fun, and educational outdoor science activity guides.  : Age Range: 10 and up
  •  Zooniverse : This website is home to the internet’s largest, most popular and most successful citizen science projects” developed by the Citizen Science Alliance.  Parents and kids can have a great time together engaging in real science projects! :Age Range: 9 and up
  • 8 Planets:This UK-based website  provides free scientific fact sheets containing, “Everything You Ever Wanted To know About Our Solar System.” : Age Range: 9 and up
  • Cells Alive! : This terrific, ad-supported site offers free animations, interactive and colorful illustrations, amazing photography, and interesting text to help visitors learn about the many forms and functions of cells. : Age Range: 12 and up
  • Zooborns:This website has the latest news on animal babies from zoos and aquaria worldwide : Age Range: All
  • NASA’s Space Place: NASA sponsors this non-commercial website to show kids that science, technology, and learning about space are fun and within their grasp.  : Age Range: 6-12
  • Hubblesite: Black Holes – Gravity’s Relentless Pull : The Space Telescope Science Institute offers this terrific website that allows you to engage in a multi-media, in-depth inquiry into the astronomy and physics of black holes through animations and interactive experiments. Explore light, gravity, and the scale of our universe.: Age Range: 9 and up
  • ScienceToyMaker.org::This non-commercial site is for people of all ages who like hands-on, do-it-yourself science toys that teach scientific concepts and investigation.: Age Range: All
  •  Cosmic Quest: This website, sponsored by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, offers a free “Field Guide to the Universe” and an interactive game that allows kids to try their hand at building and maintaining a space station for astronauts.: Age Range: 7-13
  • Kids Do Ecology: The National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis in Santa Barbara, California offers this multi-media website for kids to teach them the science of ecology.: Age Range: 8-12
  • 50Birds.com : This commercial website offers an amazing archive of free resources, information, and activities about birds, bats, and endangered or extinct wildlife. : Age Range: All
  • SciJinks: What’s a Solstice: At this NASA-sponsored website, scientists provide an easy-to-understand explanation of the solstice complete with illustrations and photographs. This presentation includes information about: Age Range: 8-13
  • NASA’s Science News : This site keeps you posted on the latest and greatest scientific discoveries and events in space. It’s free to subscribe, and you’ll get links to stories that you can read online that often include an audio narration or a video to watch on NASA’s YouTube channel.
  • Science Made Simple: The science projects & experiments, science fair projects & ideas, science articles.: Age Range: 5-13
  • Science For Kids :This site provides free science activities, lessons, videos, projects, experiments, cool facts, quizzes, and games. Students will learn about animals, biology, chemistry, earth science, physics, weather, space science and more.: Age Range: 5 – 18
  • Molecular Expressions: Powers of 10: This site offers free activities that allow students to explore the fascinating world of optical microscopy through amazing color photographs. You’ll see images of the cellular levels of everything from hamburgers to superconductors.: Age Range: 9 and up
  • MisterGuch: Free Chemistry Resources: This website, created by a High School Chemistry teacher, is “committed to giving out the very best free stuff to teachers.”: Age Range: 13-18 (High School, with parental supervision)
  • Windows To The Universe: The National Earth Science Teachers Association sponsors this website that offers comprehensive, multi-media information to encourage learning Earth and Space science as well as a range of other related sciences for beginners, intermediate, and advanced students.: Age Range: 9 and up
  • BBC Science: Human Body &Mind. :The BBC offers free, interactive, drag-and-drop games that help kids (and people of all ages) learn about human anatomy. :  Age Range: 9 and up
  • SaveNature.com: Discover Insects: This website, sponsored by SaveNature.org provides free, downloadable Learning Guides to help kids understand insects and their importance to ecosystems and the diversity of life on Earth.: Age Range: 4-12
  • Weird Science Kids: This ad-supported website strives to inspire children through interactive science experiments that encourage discovery, spark imagination, and develop scientific literacy. It offers an array of free, fun science experiments you can do at home – and many include a demonstration video along with the instructions!: Age Range: 5-13
  • Merck: Periodic Puzzle: What fun! The Merck pharmaceutical company offers a free, fun, interactive game that teaches as it tests your knowledge of the Periodic Table of Elements.: Age Range: 10 and up
  • Physics CentralThe American Physics Society offers free downloadable/printable comic books and coloring books that teach physics concepts to kids.: Age Range: 9 and up
  • Bizarre Stuff to Make in Your Kitchen; This website is an archive of classic “old school” science experiments from the early to mid 20th century. The experiments are easily made with stuff you will find around the house — especially in the kitchen.  : Age Range: 10 and up
  • CreativeChemistry : This site offers free chemistry puzzles, interactive quizzes, instructive molecular models, worksheets and fun activities designed to help you learn about chemistry in a fun and engaging way.: Age Range: 10-18
  • Following Science4Kids is an ad-supported site that offers engaging information, activities and resources for learning various sciences.

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  • ARKive: Images of Life on Earth: Gather the family around the computer for this free photographic “ARK-ive” of wildlife imagery that promotes understanding and appreciation of the world’s biodiversity and conservation of the world’s threatened species.: Age Range: All
  • Google’s Science Fair :This is a worldwide, web-based science fair! Students can enter and compete (individually or in a team of 2-3) to win cool prizes.  :   Age Range: 13-18
  • University of Illinois: Just for Kids; The University of Illinois offers all kinds of free, multimedia, interactive science games that help kids learn about biology, zoology, meteorology, entomology, and more! : Age Range: 5-12
  • Engaging Science : This website offers free, innovative online games that introduce classroom students to Earth and Space Science, Physical Science, and Life Science.:  Age Range: 5-12
  • CSI: Forensic Science Web Adventures :This website offers free interactive forensic science investigations based on the CSI television series. You become a CSI investigator, analyze the forensic evidence, and test your investigative and problem-solving skills to crack the case!:  Age Range: 11 and up
  • The Atomic Emporium :  This website provides free information about the elements in the Period Table with a twist.: Age Range: All
  • Ask A Scientist :This website, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and Argonne National Laboratory, archives the answers to over 20,000 science questions asked by students in grades K-12.: Age Range: 5-18
  • Electronics for Kids : This website offers 12 fun science experiments that help to explain how electronic devices work. In the process of doing the experiments you’ll learn about electricity and simple circuits too.:  Age Range: 9-14
  • UPM Forest Life : At this website you can take a brief virtual walk through a forest to learn all about tree species, animals, insects, birds, a bog, etc. This video tour is hosted by a guide who works for a sustainable forest industry company.
  • My Science Box :This website, developed by a California Science Teacher, provides free access to hands-on, classroom tested, science lessons for a wide grade range.: Age Range: 5-22
  • The Lab of Mr. Q : It is hard to resist a science teacher who sums up the branches of science like this: “If it stinks, it’s chemistry. If it’s slimy, it’s biology. And if it doesn’t work, it’s physics.”: Age Range: 8-13
  • Prentice Hall: Biology Place :This website, sponsored by textbook publisher Prentice Hall, offers free biology lessons and lab animations. :  Age Range: 10-18
  • Bwana Mitch’s Virtual Safari:This commercial website specializes in travel to Africa and includes a terrific, free virtual safari of East Africa and southern Africa using photos and interactive 360° panoramas of wildlife and landscapes.: Age Range: All
  • NASA: Journey to the Stars NASA and the American Museum of Natural History have produced a planetarium show about the stars in our cosmos including exploding stars, giant stars, dwarf stars, neutron stars, and even our own star, the Sun!: Age Range: 5-18 
  • PhysicsSongs.org : This website archives free songs about physics that help students remember critical concepts and formulas in a fun and entertaining way.: Age Range: All
  •  The Photographic Periodic Table ; This site provides a picture of every element on the periodic table, along with a description of the element. Some of them are beautiful – this is a visual treat! 
  • Bill Nye’s Climate Lab :This website, presented by Chabot Space & Science Center, offers free fun missions and activities that increase climate literacy and teach strategies to reduce energy consumption.: Age Range: 6-16
  • Nature Rocks :This site provide some of the best natural science activities and ideas. : Age Range: All
  • Learn Earth Science : This website offers a free Earth Science curriculum for high school students delivered through a series of links to content on this site (and other sites) using animations, illustrations, diagrams, images, downloadable/printable pdfs, online activities and more.: Age Range: 14-18
  • SciFun.org: Home Experiments :This website developed by a chemistry professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, encourages science literacy by providing free, family-friendly science experiments that you can do at home.: Age Range: 6-106
  • PLANET SCIENCE : This website offers fascinating, and fun science activities, experiments, and games that will entice and engage the most reluctant scientist in your family.
  • SportsmansParadise: Owl Nest Cam: This website provides Virtual Field Trip, but the action is just too incredible to make your students wait a single day longer!: Age Range: All
  •  The Great Plant Escape: The University of Illinois Extension offers this free, fun science unit that will help your students solve the mysteries of plant life! : Age Range: 8-11
  • WildMusic.org :This really fun website offers free, interactive, virtual exhibits where you can learn the science behind how animals and people make sound and music.: Age Range: All
  • HowToons :This Do-It-Yourself website provides a free and unique way for kids to learn science and engineering by building cool things using illustrations and instructions provided in comic-book format. : Age Range: 8 and up
  • Cool Cosmos: “Cool Cosmos” makes the science of infrared astronomy accessible to students of all ages through a variety of free educational activities, web-tutorials, lessons, videos, experiments and resources that explain the infrared as well as the multi-wavelength universe.: Age Range: 5-18
  • University of Virginia: Virtual Lab: This website, sponsored by the University of Virginia, offers free virtual science labs. Learn about nanotechnology, electricity, magnetism, and more through virtual animated tours of various laboratories.: Age Range: 10-18 and up
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