Earth Science And Systems

Earth system science seeks to integrate various fields of academic study to understand the Earth as a system.

It considers the interactions between the Earth’s “spheres” — atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, geosphere, pedosphere, biosphere, and, even, the magnetosphere — as well as the impact of human societies on these components. – Wikipedia

resource URL thumbnail

High Adventure Science Project

The Concord Consortium has combined the study of uncertainty with the study of new scientific discoveries. It is called High Adventure Science Project.  learn more

resource URL thumbnail

Our Living Planet From Space

Life. It's the one thing that, so far, makes Earth unique among the thousands of other planets we've discovered. Since the fall of 1997, NASA satellites have continuously…  learn more

resource URL thumbnail

NSTA All Elementary Resources

National Science Teacher Association NSTA provides national and international leadership in science education by identifying the qualities and standards for good science education; these are set forth in…  learn more

resource URL thumbnail

Earth Science for Kids

This site from NASA allow you to learn more about the Earth and all the planets in the solar system.  learn more

resource URL thumbnail is for people who care about the Earth and have an interest in nature, the environment, and science. It’s for those who care about our planet and…  learn more

resource URL thumbnail

Woodside Australian Science Project

Welcome to WASP The Woodside Australian Science Project (WASP) produces support packages for the Earth Science component of the Australian Curriculum. These packages are filled with hands-on activities…  learn more

FlashMapper's Guide to the Solar System

James Miller has created a unique interactive 3D model of the solar system that runs directly on any modern web browser. Freely wander around the solar system or…  learn more

resource URL thumbnail

The Franklin Institute: Earth

Welcome to your virtual classroom for the science of Earth! The planet we call home is a place that’s always changing. Investigate the science of plants, water, wind,…  learn more

resource URL thumbnail

Earth Month Calendar

This resource is a calendar of activities for Earth Day that students can use to learn about, celebrate, and protect the Earth for the entire month of April.…  learn more