I Can Do That!
Ask Dr. Pat
Science in the News
Here at Eureka ! Science we know that
learning is fun and that science is endlessly fascinating.
Students with homework questions or who
are having a bit of trouble figuring out what your science teacher is
presenting in biology class ---
Teachers who are looking for a different
angle on a biology lesson plan or to supplement the science curriculum
Homeschool parents looking for science
experiments that are fun learning experiences, but don't need fancy
equipment to do ---
Inquiring minds who are trying to get a
better grasp on the latest science news ---
Parents and kids looking for fun and
challenging science fair projects ---
Ask Dr. Pat
Keep a finger on the pulse of science by keeping up
with some of the latest science discoveries and inventions.
Times they are a changing - and science is the engine of that change.
Mitochondria are thought to have
originated when a single cell bacterium invaded a larger cell. The
two cells became dependent upon one another to live!
You can jump ahead to the following categories of links:
FAVORITE LEARNING SITES
Here's some cool sites for science information
The Microbe Zoo -
What a great place to find out about all those bugs...the good, the bad, and the ugly.
DNA from the
very beginning --
A website so excellent that it sets a new mark for the
delivery of information in an easy to understand format. A product of
the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
www.mos.org/sln/wtu - Boston's Museum
of Science introduction to the universe -- teachers should definitely check this site out
for the whole class
- Boston's Museum of Science exploration of invention and science through
the life and work of Leonardo deVinci -- must see for kids and teachers alike
Boston Museum of Science - Boston's
Museum of Science main page; click on Teachers, then on cheapbook to find all sorts of
inexpensive and fun experiments to do
- NetVet and Electronic Zoo - hyperlinks to find information about any kind
- Great presentation about cells and how you start from a single cell
- Map of human genome with information about the role of these genes in
Listen to heart beats and view the structure of the human heart
Mad Science - Ask questions, tour down a microscope, tour the human body and much more
Cells Alive - Lots of different kinds of cells and information about what they do to and for
- Funny theories once held by scientists to be true - includes sea monsters
www.fi.edu - All
sorts of topics for kids to adults - biology, weather, geology and more - Franklin
Institute Science Museum
www.stsci.edu - Pictures
from the Hubble space telescope and information about the telescope
- The ultimate - B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper - hyperlinks for nearly
- Do a virtual experiment! This is a lot of fun and easy to
Fun School -
experiments and stuff geared for younger grades
Science Made Simple
- experiments and more
Kid Info -
lots of links
How Stuff Works -
wow! check it out!
- "quick trip for teachers" lots of topics with hyperlinks
Sand Lot Science
- web space illusions; see how to make an image look like it is
spinning and much more
Here's some sites for more advanced science information
Biochemistry textbook by Berg, Tymoczko, and Lubert
All sorts of biology topics - graphics
www.cellbio.com - Hyperlinks to Cell and Molecular Biology sites
- On-line version of famous magazine - have a kids section
www.popsci.com - On-line version of Popular Science
www.sciam.com - On-line
version of Scientific American
- College course on wide range of topics in biology
- Biology Hypertext Book - one of the best written - college level but
accessible to advanced high school
are some of my favorite learning sites
ABC Toon Center -
Interactive games, stories, cartoons, music and fun for
children age 3 and up
ABC Learning Time - Learning
my abc's, numbers and how to tell time. It's interactive fun for ages
3 and up
Here's some sites with educational
- Kids Educational Software For Preschoolers.
Smart Neurons provides educational software for preschoolers and kids to
help enhance their pre-reading skills, story building logic and imagination.
If you know of a great website we should add to
let us know!
home | i can do that! |
ask dr. pat |
science in the news|
ęCopyright, 1998-2008, Eureka ! Science, Corp.
All Rights Reserved
I Can Do That! is a trademark of Eureka ! Science, Corp.