Questions or comments? Visit my FAQ page or send an e-mail to the webmaster! The Science Spot was developed in March 1999 by Tracy (Trimpe) Tomm8th Grade Science Teacher @ Havana Junior High, Havana, IL Activities, lessons, & worksheets available on any page of this web site are intended for use by a single teacher in his/her classroom or to share at educational conferences. Reproduction for commercial use or profit is not permitted without the consent of Tracy (Trimpe) Tomm. Visit my Frequently Asked Questions page for more details.
Homework Help: Science for KidsScience is the study of the world around us. Scientists learn about their subject by observing, describing, and experimenting. There are many subjects and branches of science. Some study outer space like astronomy.Coma NiddyHi, I'm Mike aka Coma Niddy. I haven't made a video in a while. I have a new one now. You should check it out. I also put together a free album. Get the Coma Niddy EP -
Ripple Tank SimulationThis java applet is a simulation of a ripple tank. It demonstrates waves in two dimensions, including such wave phenomena as interference, diffraction (single slit, double slit, etc.), refraction, resonance, phased arrays, and the Doppler effect. To get started with the applet, just go through the items in the Setup menu in the upper right. You can also draw on the screen with the mouse.Teacher Resource Guides on Science TopicsUltimate Science Series - Over 2,500 Printables - For All Grade Levels View Now... Need Tons of New Worksheets? - 50,000+ printables - Save Time Now! View Now...ACS Science for KidsWater is an amazing substance! It can form into a beautiful snowflake in its solid state or evaporate into the air as a gas. Experiment with solids, liquids and gases to learn more about these states of matter. How do objects move? How far can a rubber band stretch? How does energy affect what we can see, hear or feel?
Bioluminescence in the Gippsland LakesThese pictures of bioluminescence in the Gippsland Lakes in my gallery have proven quite popular, so it seems time to provide a story to accompany them. But this is not a short story, rather a convoluted one of fires and floods, of microscopic algae and the inspiring, remarkable and surprising beauty of nature. The story begins with alpine bushfires in Victoria, which started on 1st December 2006 when over 70 fires were started by a band of thunderstorms and lightning strikes which moved across the state. This was an early start to the fire season following an extremely dry autumn and several years of drought conditions before that. The fires were in remote, rugged alpine areas, which combined with bone dry forest fuels to make them very hard to control. The fires burnt for 69 days, merging to become the ‘Great Divide Complex’ and ultimately covering an area of well over a million hectares.
NOVAVideo Format: Full Episode Running Time:Mr. Murray's Science Website: IPC WorksheetsNew worksheet information. Mr. Murray's worksheets incorporate notes with in-class practice and review. These worksheets are self-explanatory.Science FridayScience Friday’s lesson plans and activities are produced by our education staff and with partner organizations. Apr. 18, 2014 Make a Model Eardrum to Detect Sound Waves By Ariel Zych