Massengale's Physical Science Junction

 

 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION
METRICS (SI)
METRIC MEASUREMENT LAB
METRIC WORKSHEET
METRIC MANIA
SCIENTIFIC METHOD NOTES
SCIENTIFIC METHOD POWERPOINT
SCIENTIFIC METHOD WORKSHEET
SAFETY
SAFETY WORKSHEET
NEWS ARTICLES
SCIENCE NEWS
GRAPHING LAB WRITE UPS EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT WORKSHEET
RESOURCES
FRACTIONS, PERCENTS, and DECIMALS SCIENTIFIC NOTATION PERIODIC TABLE USING A BALANCE
OHAUS BALANCE
DETERMINING MASS WORKSHEET
CHEMISTRY
PHYSICS

 

 

RESOURCES

HELP for EOC PHYSICAL SCIENCE - You'll find fantastic resources for every topic here!

  • Interactive Periodic Table - Lots of information about every element including atomic orbitals and constants.
  • Atomic Orbitals from About.com - You choose the orbitals and this site will create a 3-D illustration of the atom.
  • Chemical Experiments - Add interest to your lecture with these popular demonstrations. Most include a video of the demonstration.
  • Videos of Physical Science Demonstrations - Covers Everything!
  • Fear of Physics - This is a terrific site. Students can explore physical concepts such as speed, acceleration, and momentum in a very interactive manner. Most topics have animations.
  • Chem4Kids - Kids learn about atoms and chemistry in a language they can understand and enjoy. Covers topics such as atoms, bonding, etc.
  • Web Elements - Great Interactive Periodic Table complete with electron configurations, orbital diagrams, physical constants, pictures and uses of the elements, and much, much more. Strongly recommended!!!
  • Simple Machines - Simple experiments with simple machines
  • States of Matter - A website that demonstrates the molecular motion of solids, liquids, and gases. Uses Flash.
  • Electricity and Magnetism - Great site to not only learn about these two concepts, but to also explore their applications.
  • Extreme Science - Cool site with videos and fantastic photos!
  • Try Science - Interactive site for science experiments, field trips, and other science adventures! You're students will love to "try science" with this site.
  • Exploratorium - Your students will be making "sound sandwiches", "ice balloons", and much more with this hands-on website.
  • Electromagnetic Spectrum - Wonderful site from NASA for understanding the various types of radiation. Includes an educator's section and student activities.
  • Physics 2000 - Enjoy labs and activities on Science Trek, The Atomic Lab, and much more!
  • Energy Quest - An award-winning, interactive energy education website of the California Energy Commission. I love this one!
  • Fizzics Frizzle! - A great site for even the beginner to learn physics
  • Bang! Boing! Pop! - An interactive physics tutor with great lessons and quizzes.
  • The Science of Light - Everything your students want to know about light and color.
  • Discovery Channel - This is a great site for science videos and  activities for students. Answer questions like, "Do robots have rights?"
  • Metric Converter - Need to show students a quick way to convert in metric? This is an easy to use online converter.
  • Fun Brain - Play "Proton Don" or some of the other interactive games in math and science.
  • International System of Measurement - Great introduction to SI or metrics.
  • Simple Machines - Have your students read about the types of simple machines and then take an online quiz over gadget anatomy.
  • Soundry- an exciting, interactive, and educational web site about sound by ThinkQuest
  • First Science - Great Interactive games for students!
  • Mad Science - The lab that never sleeps! Find the answers to all those crazy questions about science.
  • The WHY Files - This site helps your students understand the science behind the current news
  • The ATOM'S Family - Your students will have fun with the Mummy's Tomb and Dracula Library!
  • Amusement Park Physics - Your students will feel like they just boarded a roller coaster with hairpin turns with this great site!
  • Chemistry Outreach 2000 - This site has PowerPoints and video demonstrations of experiments that grab students attention like exploding powders and collapsing cans. There are even quizzes over the demos!
  • Yuckiest Site on the Internet! - This site is  loads of fun for don't get grossed out with science.
  • Optics for Kids! - Students learn about light, lenses, and lasers on this site.
  • Physical Science Activity Manual - Great physical science activities your students can do or you can demonstrate. The pdf works best!
  • CHEMystery! - an interactive guide for high school chemistry students by ThinkQuest
  • Interactive Science Teacher - Provides lots of already made lessons with handouts and PowerPoints. Why re-invent the wheel!
  • NOVA - This site has great video lessons on physical science such as "Ethanol Biofuels"  and "Inside a Solar Cell." New site for teachers.


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