Content Specific Resources K-12:

Math and Science

  Mathematics Educational Quizzes, Online Tests, Trivia, and Free Games at This site provides math quizzes for teachers and students. You can create a quiz and select the range of numbers you'd like to use. Students can grade the quiz online and generate new problems for more practice.
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  Mathematics Graphics and Three-Dimensional Models, Individuals with disabilities have difficulty accessing graphs, charts, drawings and three-dimensional models often used in the science, engineering and mathematics fields. This web page links to several resources which are being used to transcend these barriers.
  Mathematics Math Forum: Teachers' Place! Here you'll find many of the best resources for teaching math at all levels. This site is interactive, created by and for teachers, and includes links to interactive pages for students, also. The Math Forum home page includes links to research and information for parents.
  Mathematics Math in Daily Life This site shows how math is used in daily activity and provides links to other math-related sites.
  Mathematics Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies Interactive math lessons with a problem-solving approach!
  Mathematics Quia Math Quia provides over thirty math activities — each of which includes flashcards and a memory/matching game. Problems range from basic addition to algebra terminology. Be sure to check out the fun game, "Math Journey".
  Mathematics Teaching Math to Visually Impaired Students, Susan Osterhaus offers teaching strategies related to math to improve the understanding of visually impaired students...and maintains a math homepage on the TSBVI Website, a resource through which she further shares her expertise in mathematics.
  Science Al Bodzin's Home Page for Science Educators! Al Bodzin is an Assistant Professor of Science Education at Lehigh University. His site includes links and resources for primary, secondary, and university educators. He specializes in developing Web-based science activities.
  Science The Biology Place, and
The Chemistry Place
Provide principles, practice exams, news, community to share ideas, credible resources.
  Science Chemical Comic Relief This is a clever idea! Click on a chemical and get a cartoon -- it might not improve grades, but it will improve the classroom climate.
  Science Educational Realms: Clearinghouse For Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education Provides access to information available for teaching and learning about science, mathematics, and the environment. Users may browse by Subject or Type of Resource.
  Science The Online Meteorology Guide Still pondering El Nino? Well, at this site you can discover more about it, Light and Optics, Clouds and Precipitation, Forces and Winds, Air Masses and Fronts, Weather Forecasting, Severe Storms, Hurricanes, and the Hydrologic Cycle.
  Science National Science Foundation, Information is available regarding project activities and methods for making classrooms and laboratories more useable by students with specific disabilities, and links to other interesting science web sites are provided.
  Science San Francisco's Museum of Science, Art, and Human Perception Online Exploratorium If you can't visit this museum in person, take a virtual tour--the online exhibits include many interesting interactive projects.
  Science SciCentral: Gateway to the Best Science and Engineering Online Resources, This impressive site provides research highlights, news, K-12 Science, Women & Minorities in Science, Sciborg Bulletin Board, Highlighted Academic Programs, The Media Room, Institution Guides & Locators, and Highlighted Services and Products.
  Science Science Junction An interactive site which encourages inquiry and provides resources for integrating science into daily life. Both students and teachers will find this site worthwhile.
  Science Teachers' Lab (Annenberg) This site focuses on science and math instruction, giving teachers the opportunity to develop ideas in both areas.
  Science Web Earth Science for Teachers USA Today's "Web Earth Science for Teachers" provides weather-related links for kids, an interactive look at how to make your own tornadoes, links to "Classroom help: Topic index to earth science, data, lesson plans" and "Just for teachers: University, other sites with a K-12 focus."

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