Scholastic has created a new site for Study Jams where you can sing about various science and math concepts. They also provide quizzes, games, etc. We have already tried "Solid, Liquid, and Gas," which many really liked. Take a look. :)
MAPS – Latitude and Longitude:
- Treasure Map – find the pirate’s treasure using latitude and longitude coordinates
- Find Hannah – use latitude and longitude coordinates to help find Hannah
- Find the City and State - use latitude and longitude coordinates to find a mystery location
- Skill Builder - use latitude and longitude coordinates to find the correct country
LANDFORMS, EARTH'S LAYERS:
- FOSS Science Modules: Using the links below, you will be able to view vocabulary & lab videos, listen to audio stories, and play games. Take advantage of these great learning/studying tools!
§ Human Body
§ Magnetism & Electricity
§ Ben Franklin - armonica
- What do you know about electricity? On-line Quiz
- Magnet game – eliminate and destroy clumps of magnets by connecting 3 or more magnets of the same color together
- Electric/Non-electric sort game
- Great page for various links to Electricity Activities.
- Energy - Think! Energy has a great kids’ website full of activities, information and even a game, Energy Safe Kids.
- Samso, Denmark - Energy Island
- The Lorax Project - Dr. Seuss's, The Lorax's official website. There many activities, games, and more.
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Watershed Academy Pod-casts
- Head of the Class - helpful website with worksheets, PowerPoint's, etc. to help your child
- eBird- Collaboration of the Audubon & the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. This website helps us stay updated on local and distant bird information. You can help researchers by spotting and plotting places you have seen birds throughout the U.S; and much more. Take a look! They have great photos!
- River Alert Information Network (R.A.I.N.) - This network stopped by Hopewell Elementary in 2011 for a source water presentation. This network works to monitor the quality of our river water, because that is where many of us in the Southwestern PA get our drinking water. Do you know where you get your drinking water from?