This in NO way is a comprehensive list. I’m not a scientist, but a curious home educating mother.
These are some of the what-I-think-interesting sites that I’ve stumbled on in my 10 years of homeschooling.
General or All
https://www.youtube.com/user/bozemanbiology – more than biology, science in general (high school level)
3D Papercraft – see the Science section
Krampf Experiment newsletter – www.krampf.com
Exploratorium – www.exploratorium.edu/educate/index.html
Science resources – http://camillasenior.homestead.com/resources.html
Janice VanCleave’s Science Fair Handbook (Scientific Method, topic research, sample project/report, display, presentation and evaluation) – http://school.discovery.com/sciencefaircentral/scifairstudio/handbook/index.html
(thanks to Gin at Bryant Academy – email@example.com)
Biology for kids
Some anatomy printables
NZ Science Learning Zone – earthquakes, volcanoes, ice house
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTL_U_K1eP4T885-JL3rVgw – GNS Science channel : earthquakes, volcanoes, tectonic plates, ice + snow, fossils
Life Science downloads – parent and student copies –
http://eequalsmcq.com/elem%20life%20science%20websites.htm – extra resources, mainly BBC
parent and student copy – better on dsl for 2-10 MB download.
Great resources for topics like: sense, human body, classification etc.
http://www.webelements.com/– click through to further info on each element
Can sign up for ‘Elements’ email at: www.howtoteachscience.com – Teresa
Don’t know where to start? (by UGA) – www.libs.uga.edu/ref/scifair.html
Science Fair help
More project ideas for elementary projects – www.uga.edu/oasp/gsef/sources.html
Middle School Science Fair basics – www.uga.edu/oasp/gsef/gsef/basics.pdf
Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge –
Discovery Channel Schools (Science) Curriculum Center –
NASA lesson plan search – http://questdb.arc.nasa.gov/lesson_search.htm#search
Newton’s Apple teacher’s guides – www.tpt.org/newtons/alpha.html
Cyber-Fair (a resource elementary students) – www.isd77.k12.mn.us/resources/cf/steps.html
Freaky Ice Hand
I know my DS8 will enjoy doing this! Check out the rest of the website – for budding scientists or the plain inquisitive.