Here are some great sites to visit that go along with our science curriculum.
Disappearing Night Sky ?How many stars are in the night sky? More than you realize. Find out why and how to increase the number of stars that we can see each night.
Living & Nonliving Interactions ?In this lesson plan students will explore producers, consumers, decomposers and food chains.
NationalGeographic.com Habitats ?This website includes resources for many of the different habitats around the world. It also has lesson plans for K-12.
The Open Door Web Site: Living and Non-Living Things ?Do you understand the difference between living and non-living things? Take this quiz to find out.
Virtual Pond Dip ?Discover what lives in a drop of pond water by exploring A Virtual Pond Dip.
What Tree is That? ?You can identify most trees by studying their leaves, seeds, and fruit. This animation will help you learn to identify these characteristics and take a step-by-step approach to arrive at the name of your tree.
What is it Like Where You Live? Biomes of the World ?Learn about the world's major environments: rainforests, tundras, taigas, desert, temperate and grasslands.