Kinetic City: Mission to Vearth is a new web-based, interactive
adventure for children aged 8-11. The activities were developed
for individual use or team play in after school clubs.
Providing a wealth of resources for K-12 science educators, Science
NetLinks is your guide to meaningful, standards-based Internet experiences
Science Literacy & Health
The project's goal is to improve the science literacy of all adults
by identifying and creating culturally sensitive materials for use
in literacy programs and community-based adult substance abuse and
mental health education programs.
TryScience is an online and offline interactivity with science and
technology centers worldwide.
Cyberchase is a daily, animated adventure
television series and multimedia project for children ages 8-11.
The central theme is a team of kids undertaking daring missions
in Cyberspace. Cyberchase helps children discover that math is
fun and something we experience, not just in school, but all around
us, everyday. The show helps children feel successful - to believe
that they can be as good at math and problem-solving as the Cyberchase
At Home with Math is part of TERC's Education
Research Collaborative in Science and Mathematics. These materials
help parents incorporate math into everyday activities such as cooking,
shopping, playing games, and doing housework. The activities are
appropriate for all parents, including those with limited educational
backgrounds. TERC and SEE collaborated to provide this information.
Materials from At Home with Math are
free for parents to duplicate.
The Mixing in Math activities offer a quick way to mix
math into other after-school activities such as sports,
arts and crafts, snacks, and playground games. Incorporate math into
your everyday activities, and have fun with your kids while
they're learning. To find a game or activity that is right for you,
look over the activities on the Mixing
in Math site. Check the level
of difficulty and the group size prior to starting an activity with
your child or group of children. Most of the activities are targeted
for the elementary grades.
Science & Math Content Help Sites
Ask Dr.Math ®
Ask Dr. Math is an online question and answer service for math students
and their teachers. A searchable archive is available by level and
topic, as well as summaries of Frequently Asked Questions (the Dr.
The CSMEE Homework
This website provides homework resources for mathematics and science.
Among the resources are guidelines for parents, tips for writing
resports, and links to sites that will provide answers to children's
individual science and mathematics questions.
Health Sciences Literacy Resources
Healthy People 2010 Library
The website Healthlit.org
offers librarians resources to assist them as they provide health
information materials and guidance to library users. Resources include
information on developing and maintaining a health information library;
Internet links for health information; a database of searchable
health resource information; a bulletin board; health news information,
and PDF versions of plain language booklets about various chronic
illnesses and health care issues of particular significance to minority
Resources for Parents and Children
Educational Resources Information
This website has online books and articles on math, science, and
the environment. The resources
for parents and children include help with homework and science
fairs, as well as a section highlighting the contributions of African
Americans to science, mathematics, engineering, and technology in