Science Resources

Anatomy Games

is a collection of matching games, jigsaw puzzles, and crossword puzzles about human body systems.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

This site from NASA features a different daily image or photograph of the universe with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. A similar site is Image of the Day from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Chemical Education Digital Library

contains tutorials for students, 3D models, lesson plans, and more. Downloadable lesson plans organized by subject.

Human Body Maps

provides interactive three dimensional models for learning about human anatomy.

National Digital Science Library

This site is created by the National Science Foundation and provides high quality resources and tools that support STEM teaching and learning. Resources include images, video, audio, animations, software, datasets, and text documents suchas lesson plans.

Our Library

Supported by Visionlearning, with funding from the National Science Foundation, this site prvides high-quality science modules in biology, chemistry, earth science, physics, and more. A spanish language version is available.

Science NetLinks

AAAS provides a wealth of resources for K-12 science educators including standards-based lesson plans, tied to at least one learning goal.


is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.


provides animations of science and statistics concepts dealing with various topics in biology, chemistry, Earth science, and statistics.

Virtual Cell Animation

seventeen molecular and cellular processes. For each process there is a series of annotated images, a text explanation, and a video explaining the process.

Virtual Frog Dissection Kit

Go virtual-save a frog! Users dissect Fluffy the frog and can also play the "Virtual Frog Builder Game." From the Berkeley Lab and available in several languages.