Sunday, October 16, 2011


This week’s clicks are all about Science. I hope you are able to find something in here you can use in your classrooms.

1. Webelements– Here is an entire website devoted to the periodic table of elements. If you need a chart of the elements, there is one here along with other periodic table items that you can purchase. You can click on each of the elements on the table and it connects you to a page all about the element.

2. Mr. Wylie’s Educational Game Site– This site is divided into the four different types of science to sort the activities. Students can spend hours here learning and having fun at the same time.

3.– Educational games centered around science.

4. Science Kids– This site claims to bring science and technology together. There are experiments, games, facts, quizzes and projects as well as lessons, videos, and images.

5. NASA’s Space place– Neat site with a focus on Space.

6. Bonus– How to– Create a user account (free) and subscribe to this site. Its like a Facebook type site where you can contribute to resources or comment on activities posted. It is searchable and is supported financially by the National Science Foundation. Enjoy!

I hope you can find something you can use in this newsletter. If you do, please make a comment.

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