This imaginative resource provides an interactive way to explore the periodic table. Topics include isotopes, groups in the periodic table and atomic basics. Students can test their skills as well.
A collection of videos exploring the elements of the Periodic Table, presented by professors, lecturers, scientists, technicians, and others at the University of Nottingham. Videos contain stories, personal experiences, fun facts, demonstrations, and examples of elements' uses in real life.
Periodic Table of the Elements Forget that boring old Periodic Table of the Elements that most of us recall from those dreary old science clasrooms. This cool site presents the information in a much better way. Clicking on an element's square brings up a brief summary and a link to lots more
Name: The Periodic Table of Comic Books Brief Description of the Site: The Periodic Table of Comic Books is a working periodic table that uses comic book characters to draw students into learning about the elements. The site is the work of two chemistry professors at the University of Kentucky. How to use the
Mathematics Lessons That Are Fun, Fun, Fun! Written by math educator Cynthia Lanius and hosted by Rice University, these lessons offer games, activities, and practice on a number of math concepts for students in grades K-4, 5-8, and 9-12. Topics range from counting to calculus and from fractions to
Fun with Letters This interesting site, voted Third Best for Helping Children Learn Phonics, has a variety of activities and games to use in the classroom or at home to teach letter recognition, phonics, and beginning writing skills. Learn about individual letters at the Alphabet Soup Cafe, create