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Alaska Wildlife  Animals, fishing and hunting information   Click Here
Alaskan Animals  This site has lots of info about the many animals in Alaska.  Click Here
Albinism  A good resource for learning about the albino genetic trait  Click Here
Albino information  Information about Albinism from the National Institute of Albinism and Hypopigmentation  Click Here
Amazing Space  Online exploration of space.  Click Here
Animal Games  Science games for 6th grade science.  Click Here
Animal Games  Science games for 6th grade science.  Click Here
Animal Hangman Classification  Science games for 6th grade science.  Click Here
Animals of Alaska  Alaska wildlife. Includes fish and game.  Click Here
Anthrax  TJ Clark has put together a nice page together dedicated to anthrax bacteria.  Click Here
Antoine Laurent Lavoisier  8th grade science project  Click Here
Antoine Lavoisier  8th grade science project  Click Here
Antoine Lavoisier  8th grade science project  Click Here
Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier  8th grade science project  Click Here
Aurora  Information about the aurora  Click Here
Auroras  Great site to study the auroras.  Click Here
Bacterium and Disease  This page contains information on many different types of bacteria that cause disease.  Click Here
Basics of Space Flight  Like a textbook, with questions to answer. Online resource from the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab.  Click Here
Becquerel  Research site for the Becquerel.  Click Here
Becquerel  Another research site for Becquerel.  Click Here
Becquerel  Time line for Becquerel.  Click Here
Becquerel #2  Article on Antoine Henri Becquerel.   Click Here
Becquerel #2  Britannica Encyclopedia article on Antoine Henri Becquerel.   Click Here
Becquerel, Antoine Henri  Encyclopedia article onAntoine Henri Becquerel,   Click Here
Becquerel, Curie  Antoine Henri Becquerel, Marie Curie and Pierre Curie Biographies  Click Here
Bill Nye  Disney's Bill Nye "The Science Guy" explains new and exciting science experiments. This site also contains online experiments, TV schedule, Fun Facts and many more interesting areas to see.  Click Here
Britannica Article on Pierre Curie  Article on Pierre Curie.  Click Here
Brookhaven National Laboratory  Here is a good resource for science and technology. Brookhaven's Raymond Davis, Jr. was recently awarded the Nobel Prize in physics.  Click Here
CBS News: Tsunami Coverage  CBS reports on the areas hit by the Tsunami.  Click Here
Chemistry Games  Games and quizzes for chemistry.  Click Here
Chicago Shedd Aquarium  Has a handy fact sheet for various marine animals  Click Here
Continental Drift  Information and interactive map on the continental drift.  Click Here
Create a Graph  Here is a wonderful site about creating several different types of graphs.  Click Here
Creative Chemistry  Games, quizzes and funthings in chemistry  Click Here
Curie`s Childhood  Research site for Curie.  Click Here
Earth Observatory  NASA site for satellite data and images, research news, etc.  Click Here
eNature  The complete nature and wildlife resource featuring the Audubon Guides to plants and animals, Outdoor Planner and Destination Guide, Habitat Guide, eCards, newsletters, live webcams species Lifelists, discussion forum, Ask-the-Expert, 4,000 color photographs  Click Here
Exercise: The Pendulum  Here is a page where you can adjust a pendulum in real time and see how the different length affects the pendulum.  Click Here
Explore Learning  An excellent site that combines science and math to real world situations. This site also contains fun and interesting gizmos.  Click Here
FDA/CFSAN  Here is a page from the FDA on Clostridium botulinum.  Click Here
Food Safety  Learn the relationship between germs and foodborne illness.   Click Here
Gene Games  A fun way to learn about DNA  Click Here
Genetics  A look into genetics.  Click Here
How Stuff Works  The index to hundreds of cool 'How Stuff Works' articles! Have you ever wondered how the engine in your car works or what makes the inside of your refrigerator cold? Then How Stuff Works is the place for you!  Click Here
Hunkins Experiments  This site has cool cartoons that will have you experimenting with food, light, sound, clothes, and a whole lot more! Hundreds of cartoon experiments from cartoonist, broadcaster and engineer Tim Hunkin.  Click Here
Ideafinder: Curie  Research site for Curie.  Click Here
Iditarod  Information about the Iditarod  Click Here
Intro to Genetics  An animated version about genetics  Click Here
IPS Kidspace: Science Fair Project Resource Guide  Science Fair Information  Click Here
ISD77: CyberFair - Project Steps  This page contians steps to prepare a science fair project.  Click Here
IU-PEPP seismic web site  IU web site for the Princeton Earth Physics Project. Information about earthquakes, projects, and good links for earthquake resources.  Click Here
Lavoisier  8th grade science project  Click Here
Making Graphs  Graph tutorial for students.  Click Here
Marie Curie  Research site for Curie.  Click Here
Marie Curie  Encyclopedia article on Marie Curie.   Click Here
Marie Curie  Brief story about Marie Curie.  Click Here
Marie Curie A Nobel Prize Winner  More on Marie Curie.  Click Here
MarsQuest  On this site, you can launch a spacecraft to Mars, explore its volcanoes and canyons, solve mysteries about the search for life on the Red Planet, and explore the latest rover images.  Click Here
Meteor Observing Calendar  Just like the title, plus a moon phase calculator and links.  Click Here
NASA  NASA Teacher resource home page, has links to Educational Services, ``Instructional Materials, NASA Projects, NASA News, NASA Overview, and Frequently Asked Questions  Click Here
NASA  Explore earth, space and the universe.  Click Here
NASA Kids  NASA Kids is best place for kids interested in Space, Science, Rocket, Astronauts and the Solar System.  Click Here
NNDB  Research site for Pierre Curie.  Click Here
Passport To Knowledge  Electronic field trips. Links to ongoing sites and past projects. Excellent for this topic.  Click Here
Pathogenic E. Coli  A nice page with information regarding Pathogenic E. Coli  Click Here
Pathogenic Mycoplasma  This page contains information on Pathogenic Mycoplasma.  Click Here
PBS Kids: Pendulum  Are you looking for information on the way pendulum work? Well, you've come to the right place. This is an interactive, hands-on experience.  Click Here
Periodic Table Activities  Activities for Middle School science.  Click Here
Periodic Table Games  Games using the Periodic Table  Click Here
Periodic Table Games  Games to play to show how much you know the Periodic Table.  Click Here
Pierre & Marie Curie  Research site for theCuries.  Click Here
Pierre Curie  Encyclopedia article on Pierre Curie.   Click Here
Pierre Curie  Article on Pierre Curie.  Click Here
Radioactive Historical Figures  Info on the Curies and Becquerel.  Click Here
Reeko's Mad Scientist Lab  A good source of free science experiments for parents, teachers, and children of all ages. Kick off your shoes. Pull up a chair. Make yourself comfortable. Oh yeah, did we mention that protective goggles are required.  Click Here
School Science Fairs Homepage  Welcome to the New Science Fairs homepage. A project of the Eastern Newfoundland Science Fairs Council, this homepage is designed to aid students in the most difficult aspect of their science fair experience; getting an idea. We have everything from coolinks to information on the Canada Wide Science Fair. We have included the listing of many science project ideas and hope to include more in the future. Keep posted for new help functions for science fair projects(see menu at left). We are also sponsoring the Connaught Biotechnology Exhibit in Newfoundland, check it out.  Click Here
Science Fair Resource Center  Science Fair Information on Project Ideas, Examples, Books and Kits.  Click Here
Science Fair Topics  Science Fair Information  Click Here
Science Fair Topics - 7th Grade Pathfinder  Science Fair Information  Click Here
Science Learning Network  The Science Learning Network (SLN) is an online community of educators, students, schools, science museums and other institutions demonstrating a new model for inquiry science education.  Click Here
Science New for Kids: ScienceFairZone  Looking for a topic for your science project? Here is the site to look at.  Click Here  Learn about the solar system, take a virtual tour of Mars, navigate the stars with an interactive star map, and monitor the earth with a 3-D virtual globe. Much more...  Click Here
Scientist Biographies  research for 7th grade science  Click Here
Scientist Biographies  Research for 7th grade science  Click Here
Scientist Biographies  Research for 7th grade science  Click Here
Scientist Biographies  Research for 7th grade science  Click Here
Sea World / Busch Gardens Animal Resources  Get quick information and fun facts about terrestrial and aquatic animals, animal rescue and rehabilitation, and more.  Click Here
Simple Pendulum  This page allows you to change different variable and then test the pendulum.  Click Here
Sixth Grade Science Book  Link to 6th Grade Science book.  Click Here
Sky and Telescope  Comic strip which explains astronomical phenomena, with back issues.  Click Here
Sled Dogs  Information about dog sledding and the Iditarod  Click Here
Space Science  Space Science features daily news about NASA research, live sky events, space weather, and opportunities for our readers to participate in real NASA science. See also and for related information.  Click Here  Science news and information about the Sun-Earth environment. Daily monitoring of solar flares, geomagnetic storms, Earth's aurora, and all forms of space weather. (sunspots, the sun, solar flares, sun quake)  Click Here
Tales from Denali  A site about Denali State Park and wildlife.  Click Here
Teacher Planet: Tsunami Theme Page  Tsunami resource page.  Click Here
The Science Club: Kids science projects here  Science Fair Information  Click Here
The Ultimate Science Fair Resource  Science Fair Information  Click Here
Thursdays Classroom  NASA news and research related to the Hubble Constant and cosmology. The aim of Thursday's Classroom is to provide a lasting connection between NASA's latest research and the classroom environment.  Click Here
Tsunami Before & After Pictures  Before and after pictures of the Tsunami.  Click Here
Tsunami: the Great Waves  This brochure is to increase knowledge and awareness of Tsunamis.  Click Here
Volcano World  Discusses all aspects of volcanoes in the U.S. and beyond.  Click Here
Volcanoes  Info on volcanoes for 7th grade.  Click Here
Volcanoes  7th grade site for volcano project.  Click Here
Volcanoes II  Info on volcanoes for 7th grade.  Click Here
Weather Channel  For the weather-savvy educator, The Weather Channel offers lesson plans, teachers' guides and more, including additional online teaching resources.  Click Here
Weather: What forces affect our weather?  Ice, snow, rain, wind, storms--what causes our weather? Learn about weather patterns and discover how our climate is changing. Try your hand at being a storm chaser in a hands-on Web activity.  Click Here
Web Elements  All you ever wanted to know about the periodic table, and then some!  Click Here
Whole Health Pharmacy  Here is a page from the Whole Health Pharmacy with some interesting facts on bacteria.  Click Here
World Climate contains over 85,000 records of world climate data (historical weather averages) from a wide range of sources. So stop here and see what the climate is in a particular city or country.  Click Here

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