Kids Be Green
Before we get into the subject of gravity and how it acts, it's important to understand the difference between weight and mass. We often use the terms "mass" and "weight" interchangeably in our daily speech, but to an astronomer or a physicist they are completely different things. The mass of a body is a measure of how much matter it contains. An object with mass has a quality called inertia. If you shake an object like a stone in your hand, you would notice that it takes a push to get it moving, and another push to stop it again. If the stone is at rest, it wants to remain at rest.
SeaWorld/Busch Gardens ANIMALS - HOME
Sesame Street Science: Sink or Float? - START THE EXPERIMENT HERE
Digger and the Gang - Float and Sink
Solids, Liquids and Gases Learn about solids, liquids and gases as you experiment with the conditions that change them from one form to another in this fun, interactive science activity. Water is a common example as it exists in all three forms, you’ve no doubt seen it as ice, liquid water and steam.
Build-A-Prairie, presented by Bell LIVE!
4-H Embryology: A School Enrichment Project | UNL Extension in Lancaster County
4-H Virtual Farm
Discovering Butterflies!Index Page Butterflies, along with their close relatives the moths, are insects. Together, they are the most numerous type of insect. Butterflies
Smithsonian Education - Students Home Page
Science and technology education from Flying Turtle Exploring
EekoWorld | PBS KIDS GO!
Hams Hall Pond (Primary)
Dinosaur Train . Field Guide
Build a Dinosaur
The Magic School Bus | Games and Activities
Bonita Blue Bin's Recycling Game | Environmental Services
Keep America Beautiful: The Adventures of KAB Man
Download-a-Dinosaur A Flock of Ornithomimus. Corythosaurus. Now in COLOR! Stegosaurus. Triceratops Ankylosaurus. Tyrannosaurus rex baby.
Millions of years ago, great beasts called "dinosaurs" thundered over the earth. Yet up until the last century, when the first dinosaur fossils were discovered, no one even imagined such animals existed. Over the past 150 years, modern dinosaur hunters–the paleontologists–have searched for and discovered new remains. As a result of these discoveries, theories about how the dinosaurs looked and behaved have constantly evolved. This Discovering Dinosaurs Activity Guide from Britannica will introduce you to the dinosaurs as we know them today and show how theories about them have changed. Encyclopaedia Britannica Discovering Dinosaurs Activity Guide
Dinosaur Eggs @ nationalgeographic.com
This section provides a practice opportunity using two virtual labs. Virtual labs are relatively efficient, contained environments. They are designed to give students practice with designing and conducting virtual investigations in preparation for designing and conducting their own hands-on investigations. If you are using these in a classroom, virtual labs take between 2 and 4 class sessions to complete. The lab, How Does Your Garden Grow? Science Fair Central provides virtual labs to help students practice investigation