Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution:...
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution has created this website to bring together a range of educational materials for teachers. Given their wonderful work in oceanography and related fields, it makes sense that they have dozens of fact sheets, worksheets, classroom modules, and outreach projects to share. The materials are divided into six areas including Information Packets, Ocean Explorer Magazine, Ocean Instruments, and Citizen Science Projects. Within Ocean Instruments visitors can explore how a wide range of specialized ocean research instruments work, including gravity corers, marine magnetometer.s, and a towed camera system. Moving on, the Ocean Explorer section contains...
Youth and Entomology
From Purdue University comes Youth and Entomology, an online resource "dedicated to assisting youth and others interested in discovering insects by providing...
For readers with an interest in insects, the long-running entomology blog Bug Squad offers a wealth of information on the topic. This frequently updated...
Teachers and parents may want to check out this activity guide by Scholastic about tornadoes, which helps students "get a comprehensive look at one of the...
Insects make up the most numerous and diverse forms of life on Earth. While not the most cuddly of creatures, they are essential to nearly every terrestrial and...
STEM teachers and students (as well as anyone who enjoys learning about science but dislikes reading traditional journal articles) may be interested in...
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