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57 Ways to Protect Your Home Environment (and Yourself)

From the University of Illinois Extension office comes the online informational series This Land and the 57 Ways to Protect Your Home Environment (and Yourself) educational page. Although focused towards adults, the site provides a good way for kids to learn hands-on things they and their parents can do at home to improve the environment. The site includes information on caring for the home...
Elementary Science Program Teacher Resources

The Elementary Science Program (ESP) Homepage is sponsored by BOCES, whose mission is to provide quality, cost-effective educational services in partnership with school districts and the community in a manner that supports excellence and equity for all learners. The site offers a number of good educational materials including the ESP Units, which contain links to over thirty subjects areas...
Great Web sites for Kids

The American Library Association and the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) offers the Great Web Sites for Kids page. Users will find a large accumulation of recommended sites for kids under different categories such as science, which includes Astronomy and Space, Chemistry and Physics, General Science, Geology, Science Experiments, and Weather and Environment, among others. Other...
The Physics Front: Technology Tool Archive

Out on The Physics Front, there are many fabulous apps, resources, videos, and the like devoted to the teaching of Physics and Physical Science. Within the Technology Tool Archive, the curious physicist can look over hundreds of resources, including video modeling, a virtual microscope, and even a browser-based graphing calculator. Visitors can also explore Editor Selections by topic or unit, such...