If It Were My Home was first created to show the scale of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill by superimposing the contaminated area over a location of your choice. The site has since expanded to include a fabulous country comparison tool.
Teacher Zone Math Videos bills itself as the most comprehensive library of math video lessons on the planet. Teacher Zone has videos for grades 3 through 8, as well as algebra 1, algebra 2, and geometry, taking advantage of illustrative visual aids to explain mathematical concepts.
Algebra.help is rich with lessons, worksheets, calculators, and more. Its focus, obviously, is on algebraic equations, and this overview of algebra is a helpful place for struggling students to begin.
If you’re looking to adjust exam grades, a math blog called Division by Zero offers a complete guide to grading on a curve.
Projects by Jen is a resource for preschool through 6th grade teachers to engage in inquiry projects with other classrooms.
Khan Academy, and its accompanying YouTube channel, contains more than 1,800 short videos on topics mathematical, biological, chemical, and even historical.
The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives, hosted by Utah State University, is a collection of Java tools that explore mathematical concepts.
The National STEM Video Game Challenge aims to motivate interest in STEM learning by tapping into students’ natural passions for playing and making video games.
At Interactives at Learner.org, you will find interactive activities in the content areas of Math, Science, Language Arts, History, and the Arts. Within each activity there is a combination of text, animations, pictures, and interactive material.
During the entire month of June, your students can access CarrotSticks for free.