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Who Wants To Live a Million Years?
This is a fun game that could be used as an activity to demonstrate evolution and natural selection to a class. Guided by non other than Charles Darwin himself, the goal of the game is to aid a species in surviving a million years. There is an accompanying quiz, a glossary and additional information as well.
Charles Darwin Game


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Science Buddies

This website offers over 1000 science fair project ideas varying in difficulty from middle school level through high school. They offer guides and tips to help students create their project as well as other resources for parents and students.

Science Buddies
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Recycle City

Recycle City is an interactive map and game where students can explore ways to reduce, reuse and recycle! Great for a waste management unit in Environmental Science.
Recycle City

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Kuta Software

Although this is a Math resource, it is so wonderful that I just had to share it. Kuta Software is a customizable test and worksheet generator for Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry and Calculus. It does require a subscription (and some $) but it is a very convenient program. My school is using it for the first time this year and it is a huge hit.

Kuta Software

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Science Learning Center - University of Utah

The University of Utah has a fantastic online Science Learning Center with interactive lessons regarding Genetics, Cell Biology, Evolution and Ecology, Human Health and more.
Science Learning Center - University of Utah

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Share My Lesson

Share my lesson is an online sharing center for teachers. They have lesson plans, activities, worksheets, games, puzzles and more for just about every subject going. I've included the links to the science pages.
Share My Lesson - Chemistry

Share My Lesson - Biology

Share My Lesson - Earth Sciences

Share My Lesson - Physic
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The Museum of Discovery

Kevin Delaney is from the Museum of Discovery in Little Rock, Arkansas. He does some really fun and visual science demos in his videos and also explains concepts clearly and concisely. Below is a link to one of his more popular videos. If you'd like to see more of Kevin, he has more videos on YouTube and has recently appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Awesome Science with Kevin


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Science Funnies


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And for those of you who are musicians as well as scientists...

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Edheads

Edheads.org is a website that offers free science and math games that are intended to produce critical thought in students. Some of the games include Aortic Aneurysm Surgery, Design a Cell Phone, Crash Scene Investigation and Sickle Cell DNA.

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Science Daily

Science Daily is news website dedicated solely to the latest stories and discoveries in science. It is great for providing up to date information on science topics. The language of the articles is also written in a way that is interesting and understandable to even the maybe-not-so-science-oriented students.
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HippoCampus

This website offers a collection of educational videos made by various institutions like NASA, Kahn Academy, The Concord Consortium and more. It is set up in a very user friendly way and has informational videos from not only the sciences, but also math, social sciences and humanities.
HippoCampus


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