- ARKive Science Games
Play fun free science games and puzzles with ARKive, whether you just love animals or want to learn more about the environment and conservation.
- Science NetLinks
- NEWTON, Ask A Scientist, an online Q&A service for K-12 teachers and their students for Science, Math, and Computer Science K-12.
- Want to know more about the flu? The Center for Disease Control (CDC) FluView report provides weekly influenza surveillance and statistics in the United States.
- Is Mars Red Hot?
What would it feel like if you could stand on Mars—toasty warm, or downright chilly? Find out in this 60-second video from NASA. Mars may look hot, but don't let its color fool you. Mars is actually pretty cold!
Science & Math Sites
Study Jams combines the coolest songs about math and science with over 200 tutorials on topics and concepts like the Universe, Landforms, and Range.
4 Great Math Games
|Space.com offers rich and compelling space, astronomy and technology information, education, entertainment and business news. Another astronomy site: Mars Rovers.
||Basic math skills organized by grade level and topic. Each topic has an explanation, interactive practice, and several challenge games.
||4 Great Math Games to try from Scholastic. Learn about probability including mental addition, strategic thinking, and relating multiplication and geometry.
|| Braincake is a website for girls age 11 - 17 from around the globe who want to change the world with math and science! Partnered with Carnegie Science Center.
|| Games with great graphics. The games center around a variety of topic areas and themes, such as Math Baseball, Fresh Baked Fractions, and Math Cat Racing.
A + Math
|Plenty of problems and activities for all ages including reference material, how-to's, and content ranging from numbers and operations to calculus.
||Online and printable worksheets, flashcards, and interactive games. It covers numeric operations, fractions, decimals, square roots, rounding, and basic algebra.
||Enjoy solving the Problems of the Week (POWs) including numbers, operations, measurement, geometry, probability, algebra, patterns, ratios, and geometry.
||Try this comprehensive math site with math tools, games, and reference pages including flash cards, magic squares, metric converters, and an "ask the experts" link to Dr. Math.
||For students who want a challenge! Each week the site posts a new brain teaser for grades 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8. Solutions are posted a week later.