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Interactive Science Websites
By Derrick Meador. Teaching Expert
Derrick Meador is a school administrator who values the importance of the Internet on the teaching profession as the ultimate gateway to improve professionally, as instructional planning tool, and as a tool to enhance learning in the classroom.
Updated March 30, 2016.
Students of all ages love science. They especially enjoy interactive and hands-on science activities. The following five websites promote the field of science through interaction. Each of these sites is engaging with fantastic activities that will keep your students coming back time and time again. These are five of the best interactive science websites that you will find.
Edheads is one of the best science websites for actively engaging your students on the web. There are currently ten interactive science related activities on this site. Those include create a line of stem cells, design a cell phone. brain surgery, crash scene, hip replacement, hip resurfacing, knee surgery, compound machines, simple machines, and weather. Edheads provides excellent educational content in science. More
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This site has a large collection of interactive science games focusing on living things, physical processes, and solids, liquids, and gases. Each activity not only gives the student valuable information, but also provides interaction and the opportunity to put the knowledge to use. Activities such as electricity circuits not only gives the student the opportunity to learn about circuits, but it also allows them to build a virtual circuit. More
Want to learn about animals, nature, and people and places? Well this site has it all! It has a vast amount of videos, activities, and games that will keep students actively engaged for hours. Very informative and engaging site that will add to any lesson or activity. More
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Wonderville has a solid collection of interactive activities and games that students of all ages will enjoy. Activities are broken down into things you just can t see, thing in your world. and beyond, things created using science, and things and how they work. Each game and activity is connected. The game gives you a virtual opportunity to learn while the related activity gives you a chance to investigate on your own. More
Try Science offers a large collection of interactive experiments, field trips, and adventures. The collection spans the course of scientific genre covering many key scientific concepts. Each activity is engaging and informative. Students absolutely love this site. Activities such as Got Gas? are a natural draw for kids. You will not be disappointed in the lessons and activities this site has to offer. More