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View Resource TryScience

As part of the New York Hall of Science, TryScience is an interactive educational Web site that provides fun, engaging and stimulating learning material. The site has several activities such as the field trips page that links to science centers worldwide, the Star Trek Voyager Adventure that lets kids explore engineering and more. The page contains resources for parents, students and even...

View Resource MAD Scientist Network: Ask

The MAD Scientist Network is a collection of scientists from all over the country available to answer any of your science questions. Search the archive of over 25,000 questions, explore the MadSci Library for resources, demos and science fair project ideas, or read the FAQ that answers common questions, like why is the sky blue? Scientists will not answer homework questions, medical questions, or...

View Resource Activities for Kids: Montreal Science Centre

The Montreal Science Centre's Kids section of their website has some fantastic games and simulations that encourage kids to "embrace interactive challenges", and can shed light on topics adults will find interesting too. Visitors will find that many different topics are explored, including implementing sustainable international development on a natural disaster-hit island in the game called...

View Resource Marian Koshland Science Museum of the National Academy of Sciences

The National Academy of Sciences now has it's own museum! At this museum, "visitors will discover the links between scientific research and everyday life through interactive exhibits, public events, and educational programs." Geared toward ages 13 and older, the museum exhibits will explore current scientific and (sometimes controversial) policy issues, as presented in reports by the National...

View Resource National Teacher Training Institute: Lesson Plan Database

Visit this Web site from the National Teacher Training Institute (NTTI) for a set of engaging lesson plans for middle and high school students. The latest life science offerings address DNA and RNA, pika camouflage, environmental issues, and adaptation. A number of older lesson plans are available as well. In addition to providing detailed instructions, each lesson plan includes a variety of...

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