Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Top SMARTBoard Science Websites Grade 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 | Smart Board Science Activities

Top SMARTBoard Science Websites Grade 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 | Smart Board Science Activities

Fast Fun Mini SMARTBoard Science Lessons and Activities for Science Brain Breaks! The Smart Board Science Activities are not the deepest activities for learning science but they are FUN!

Discovery Kids :: Games - WhizzBall! a Rube Goldberg game that lets you make your own machine and test it out.

The Solar System Students position the planets in correct order after the solar system has been desolarized

Gravity Launch A fun math geometry based lunar lander type game.

Your Weight on Other Worlds Exploratorium Ever wonder what you might weigh on Mars or The Moon? Here's your chance to find out.

CBBC Kids Science Great Science Smart Board Ideas and fun interactive science lessons for the primary and intermediate grades.

Mutt Maker: Animal Planet a fun and silly simulation combining dogs of different breeds.

Edheads Play this fun engineering simulation grades 5-12. Help design and engineer a cell phone to help senior citizens.

Make a Space Mission This interactive activity introduces kids to the MESSENGER space Mission to the planet Mercury. Students build a mission payload using a Tetris type game interface.

All Systems Go This fun yet a bit little morbid human anatomy game will make kids laugh Through this online interactive activity, kids learn about the concept of separate internal body parts working together to build a body system.

Severe Weather Challenge Help the Weather channel predict, prepare, and forecast severe weather and keep everyone safe.

Nasa Kids Club Help Buzz Light Year prepare a Nasa Space Scuttle Mission

Nova Science NOW A collection of great free science videos for your classroom lessons.

Water Education for Teachers Project Wet  "Discover The Role of Water in Our Lives" is a new interactive, online learning tool that enables Project WET to bring its lessons to an even broader audience of schools and students in a format today's high-tech students will find engaging.

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