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EdQuest Middle School Science Resources

EdQuest in Canada promotes middle school science telecollaboration, worth a look. Quality Science Learning Resources Edquest is a comprehensive and in-depth Science Resource site, meeting the needs of Upper Elementary Schools, Middle Schools, Junior High Schools and Secondary Schools.  learn more

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FlinnScientific Channel

FlinnScientific has created a channel on YouTube devoted to explaining complex science topics, walking you through experiments, and anything else related to biology, chemistry, physics and life sciences.  learn more

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Generation Genius: K-8 Science Videos for Kids

Although students often learn much about computers by disassembling them (as folks have experienced with every technological advance), museums exhibits and workshops reveal the inner workings of the many technologies which enable our modern world.  learn more

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Khan Academy’s science content grows with new middle school science courses

Hi Teachers! Have you explored our new middle school science content yet? As you know, Khan Academy is not just for math, and this summer we’re introducing hundreds of new pieces of middle school science content so that Khan Academy is your 1-stop-shop for foundational skill practice in science. JULY 27, 2022  learn more

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Kids Do Ecology: Biomes

What are biomes? Biomes are regions of the world with similar climate (weather, temperature) animals and plants. There are terrestrial biomes (land) and aquatic biomes, both freshwater and marine.   Would you like to know what the weather is like in different biomes around the world? How about the types of plants and animals that live in these…  learn more

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Maria Mitchell: America’s First Woman Astronomer

Maria Mitchell (pronounced Ma-RYE-ah) was an astronomer, librarian, naturalist, and educator. She discovered a telescopic comet in 1847, for which she was awarded a gold medal by the King of Denmark. Her discovery thrust her into the international spotlight and she became America’s first professional female astronomer. Lesson Plans  learn more

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Smithsonian Science Education Center: Curriculum & Resources

The Smithsonian Science Education Center (SSEC) is transforming K-12 Education Through Science™ in collaboration with communities across the globe. To achieve our mission, we have three goals: STEM innovation, inclusion, and sustainability:  learn more