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eduweb is an award-winning developer of online learning games and activities. They engage the many ways people learn with the thoughtful application of learning theory, imaginative conceptualizations, and unflinching evaluation. Their broad experience in museum and K-12 education, combined with their deep subject knowledge of art, history and science, fuels their commitment to develop compelling and effective learning experiences. Since 1996, they have produced over 75 immersive, interactive, and in-depth adventures about art, science, history, and technology.
Dedicated to excellence and fairness in early education, the Core Knowledge Foundation is an independent, non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 1986 by E. D. Hirsch, Jr., professor emeritus at the University of Virginia and author of many acclaimed books including Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know and The Schools We Need and Why We Don't Have Them. The Foundation conducts research on curricula, develops books and other materials for parents and teachers, offers workshops for teachers, and serves as the hub of a growing network of Core Knowledge schools. As you explore this site, you will find lesson plans, articles, and many other resources to help you use the Core Knowledge Preschool Sequence and Core Knowledge Sequence K-8 in your classroom and school.
Tutorial World provides free questions for your practice in English, Maths and Science at primary school level. These tutorials and worksheets are arranged by grade levels, subjects and topics.
Apples4theteacher.com includes interactive learning games, quizzes, and worksheet generator tools by subject (creative arts, foreign languages, language arts, math, science, social studies), articles, literacy coloring pages and more.
Companion site to NG Little Kids, the National Geographic Society's first magazine for 3- to 6-year-olds and their parents. Packed with teaching tools to help parents inspire a love of learning in their children, NG Little Kids, brings animals, nature, science, and just plain fun to the littlest learners.
The Franklin Institute Resources for Science Learning website is an effort of the Educational Technology Programs team. The team is part of The Franklin Institute's Center for Innovation in Science Learning (CISL).CISL serves the mission of The Franklin Institute through leadership in science learning research and innovative program development with focus areas in education technology, teacher development, gender and family learning, and youth leadership. Within the Resources for Science Learning website, users can find online science content, resources and professional development opportunities for educators, and information about CISL initiatives. Users will also see the efforts of The Franklin Institute's Franklin Center, which includes The Franklin Awards Program, The Benjamin Franklin National Memorial, and The Journal of The Franklin Institute.
Part of the Franklin Institute website, this section focuses on the first flight, and other historical aspects of flight, and students can design their own model aircraft using the Forces of Flight and the Challenge of Flight sections.
A virtual exhibition at the National Air & Space Museum which answers the questions "what makes an airplane fly?" "how does a spacecraft stay in orbit?" and "why does a balloon float in the air?".
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Highly interactive companion site to Invention at Play,a highly interactive, engaging, and surprising exhibition that focuses on the similarities between the ways children and adults play and the creative processes used by innovators in science and technology. It departs from traditional representations of inventors as extraordinary geniuses who are "not like us" to celebrate the creative skills and processes that are familiar and accessible to all people.
An e-learning company dedicated to providing engaging science simulations and labs.
For purposes of science education, STEL publishes booklets on many topics in space science. These publications include comic books written by the popular cartoonist "Hayanon," featuring humorous characters and explaining scientific themes in a friendly way. The booklets are suitable for the general public as well as for school children.
Notebook pages, minibooks and lapbook projects, handwriting charts and booklets, organizational tips and ideas spanning multiple subjects.