There are wonderful sites to help you improve your skills and understanding of science and math...and have fun! Check these out!
*Hall of Science has games, experiments, and fun challenges (elementary)
*Illuminations has math games (early elementary)
*Flashcards help you with all functions of math and has multiple levels (elementary)
**Math games and help to understand math in a different way (elementary and junior high)
**Study Jams has videos, interactive games and quizzes to help you master topics in both science and math (elementary and early junior high)
***Neo has games, videos, lessons and learning help for a wide variety of science and math topics (all students)
**Kinetic City has awesome science interactives and games (elementary and junior high)
*Learning Science has simple games to lay the foundation of learning for young students (elementary)
***Chemistry distance learning has 3D, interactive models of molecules to assist older students with fundamental principles of chemistry (high school)
**Simple games to teach about weather, electricity, physics, volcanoes, etc. (upper elementary and junior high)
*Shedd Aquarium walks students through the creation of a "movie" about underwater life; create your own story, set it to music, guide the "actors" and share it with others! (upper elementary)
*The Shedd Aquarium provides simple games for young students to learn about life under the sea (early elementary)
***This interactive periodic table will help students learn about the elements and the fundamental science tool that is the periodic table (upper junior high and high school)
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