Physics educators will want to check out this set of toolkits from The Physics Classroom (see the 11-12-2004 Scout Report). Here readers will find valuable "collection[s] of resources that are ideal for planning standards-based, multimedia lessons, and units." As the Physics Classroom explains, each toolkit "consists of a package of digital resources organized around a topic and a set of learning objectives ... [and] provides links to simulations, videos, animations, demonstration ideas, and other great resources on the web." The topics covered fit within the broader categories of mechanics; static electricity; electric circuits; waves, sound, and light; and reflection and refraction. All the resources in each toolkit have been annotated and organized into a category (e.g. simulation, problems, etc.), and the toolkits can all be viewed in three formats: HTML, PDF, and an abbreviated "to go" version well-suited for printing. The resources in these collections were curated by Caroline Hall, an experienced physics teacher and education consultant, and the toolkits were assembled with Next Generation Science Standards in mind.