Wonders of Physics by Whyte, M
This site discusses
physics' experiments. This website provides a guide to perform the
experiments at home.
|Explorer Learning by Won, J|
This is deals with
displacement and how quickly you can reach an area. It starts off with a
little story "While traveling recently in Michigan, I asked a friend how far
it was from Ann Arbor to East Lansing, and I was informed that it was about
45 miles as the crow flies. The flying crow expression is rather old, but
what exactly does it mean? Will the drive be 45 miles, or will I have to fly
like a crow to get there? I looked into this concept a bit and discovered
that crows can fly in a straight line from one place to another. They don't
have to worry about roads, houses, swamps, and other things that may be
along the path."
Once you figure this out there are pictures to show you how displacement works, and how the fastest way to travel form one point to another is a straight line.
|Materials of Physics by Falesto, A|
This website is
call materials of physics. It is very easy to find what you want. It gives
you models of things like hot air balloons and paper air planes. It tells
you about how they work and how to make them.
|Hands-On Technology Program|
you will find science experiments and other hands-on activities to help your
K-8 students get excited about learning. All of the activities are designed
so that the children can do them using every day, inexpensive materials.
Many of the pages that follow are designed to be photocopied and used
directly by your class. Others are teacher's notes and materials lists"
"The aim of this site is to make available interactive Science and
Mathematics lessons using the resources of the World Wide Web. We
have prepared a number of such lessons in the SMART