You Learn It! A Comprehensive List of Educational Resources


  • Schoolhouse Mathematics: Learn about various math topics, such as algebra, arithmetic, calculus, and geometry.
  • Talk About Math: Information for elementary school aged children on how to count and do math.
  • Math Problems: Find math problems, puzzles, tips and tricks in this internet mathematics library for grades K-12.
  • Elementary Mathematics: Find hands-on math activities and content for kindergarten through grade 5.
  • Mathematics Lesson Plans: Here you will find a list of mathematics lesson plans for elementary (K-5) aged children.
  • Math Central: Resource room for students and educators to find notes, lesson plans, and other math information and activities.
  • Geometry Online: Find activities, a history of geometry, and quizzes directed towards middle and high school students.
  • The Golden Ratio: Students can learn about the ‘Golden Ratio’ and ‘Fibonacci Sequence’ through interactive activities.
  • Math Zone: Play interactive math games and activities to enhance your numbers, shapes, probability, and measuring skills.
  • PBS Teachers: Find classroom resources and lesson plans to teach high school students math.
  • Tutorials for High School Mathematics: Here you will find twenty-six online tutorial math lessons for high school students.
  • Problems with a Point: Search mathematics problems to practice your math skills for grades 6-12.
  • Interesting Integers: Find information and activities for high school students to study integers.
  • Geometry Formulas and Facts: High school students can learn about the basics of geometry through this guide.


  • Adaptations Adventure: Here you will find an elementary school web quest for learning about animals and science.
  • Science for a Changing World: The ‘Earthquakes for Kids’ section provides information, activities, puzzles, and games about earthquakes.
  • The Water Cycle: Children grades K-3 can learn about the water cycle through these games and activities.
  • Rock and the Rock Cycle: Learn about rocks and the rock cycle by clicking on a rock to travel through its process.
  • The Electric Force: This science discussion talks about electromagnetic waves, “negative” electrons and “positive” protons.
  • Put the Planets in Order: Drag the planet names to put them in order by size.
  • Eyes on the Earth: Grades 5 and up can fly alongside NASA and learn about satellites and the earth.
  • Amazing Earth: Junior High students and educators can experience online explorations and learn about the planets, stars, and the atmosphere.
  • Animal Diversity Web: Browse the Kingdom Animalia to learn about amphibians, insects, mammals, reptiles, and more.
  • Lecture Help Pages with Solutions: Learn about various science subjects, including measurement, atoms, compounds, and energy.
  • Mass versus Weight: Find information about the difference between mass and weight.
  • Smart Energy Use: Learn about science, technology, energy sources and how to be efficient.
  • Federal Science Resources: Find earth science, space science, life science and physical science information.
  • Mirror Molecules: Find answers, such as why are they called mirrored molecules and what do they look like?
  • Nuclear Energy Learning: Here you will find nuclear energy related information and lesson plans.
  • The Universe Adventure: Students can take the Universe Adventure to learn the study of the structure and the history of the universe.

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Publicado em 20/09/2010