Find Great Science Links Here

Science Net-Links
THE starting point for all science related stuff!
Amazing Astronomy-related visual interactive screens of the lunar phases, solar eclipses...
CIESE (Center for Investigation and Engineering in Education)
Very high-quality collaborative projects for all grade levels - ie participate in the 'Global Sun Temperature' project to look at how distance from the equator effects temperature or the 'Down the Drain' project that looks at water use in homes.
Wolfram Alpha Calculator
This site will change your idea of a 'calculator' - fascinating - to listen to an explanation of how it works click here.
Exploratorium - Hands-On Science Activities
Find activities related to sports, the body, food and machines and tools.
Water Cycle lesson
Great school site with lots of connections.
Steve Spangler Science
Steve Spangler Cool Youtube Channel
Steve Spangler loves science and makes it super fun!
Number Line
A very well-developed interactive number line - great for the SMARTboard!
Visible Body
This is an interactive subscription site with medical-school like quality images and interacitves.
Daylight Map
DaylightMap shows the pattern of night and day on a Google map, for any area of the Earth, for any date and time. It also allows you to select up to ten locations on the map; in addition to seeing at a glance whether it's daytime there, you can show their local time, sunrise and and sunset times, and length of day.
McGraw Hill Interactives
Interactive sites for science

Find Great Religion Links Here

Resources for Catholic Educators
Tons of resources from church history to lesson plans to religious art information.
Catholic Online
Catholic Faith resources presented in a news site format.
Catholic Mom
The popular Catholic Mom site - lots of activities for elementary.
Religious Ed Sites for Educators
Many links to topics like the Bible, Celebrations and comparative religions.
Catholic Forum
Educational, Inspirational and Devotional tools.
Catholic Catechist
Providing Catholic resources to religious educators - many handouts and ideas.

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