https://www.edutopia.org/blog/websites-for-science-teachers-eric-brunsell  10 Websites for Science Teachers 

https://read.bookcreator.com/FoPni3wEzCWiegwaPGH2sIkT6kr2/GD9ER9doTAmhUpAf8Mxz1A 15 Science Project for the Elementary Classroom

http://molo.concord.org/database/activities/30.html BioLogica. (8-12) INTERACTIVE   This software is a multi-level model of classical genetics that is often know as “Dragon Genetics” because it allows student to explore the mythical genetics of dragons as a way of discovering all the major forms of inheritance.  The software is available as a series of guide’s exploration or as an open ended tool called GenScope.

http://www.eversourceinschool.com/energy-quest/ Energy Quest (K-12) INTERACTIVE.  This site is a collection of activities, organized by difficulty level, for teaching about energy.

http://www.kidsciencechallenge.com Kid Science Challenge (3-6) INTERACTIVE.  The Kids' Science Challenge is a nationwide competition for 3rd to 6th graders to submit experiments and problems for REAL scientists and engineers to solve.   Play science games, watch videos, and enter to win awesome prizes and trips!

http://www.learningscience.org  Learning Science  This site is  dedicated to sharing the newer and emerging "learning tools" of science education. Tools such as real-time data collection, simulations, inquiry based lessons, interactive web lessons, micro-worlds, and imaging,  among others, can help make teaching science an exciting and engaging endeavor. These tools can help connect students with science, in ways that were impossible just a few years ago.

https://education.lego.com/en-us Legos for Education

www.explorelearning.com   Math & Science Gizmos from Explore Learning INTERACTIVE. Explore Learning offers a catalog of modular, interactive simulations in math and science for teachers and students in grades 6-12. We call these simulations Gizmos. Gizmos are fun, easy to use, and flexible enough to support many different teaching styles and contexts. Our Gizmos are designed as supplemental curriculum materials that support state and national curriculum standards; in addition, Gizmos help teachers bring research-proven instructional strategies to their classrooms.

www.exploratorium.edu/snacks Exploratorium Science Snacks (4-12) INTERACTIVE  This site has hundreds of experiments created by science teachers.  The experiments are adapted from the Hans-On-Science books published by the Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco.

http://funsci.com Fun Science Gallery (7-12) INTERACTIVE.  This is a collection of scientific instruments and experiments to make at home or at school.  Projects include instructions for making telescopes, microscopes, batteries, sidereal indicators, and several other instruments.

http://www.ed.gov/pubs/parents/Science Helping Your Child Learn Science (6-12).  This site is prepared by the U.S. Department of Education.  It provides a collection of hands-on science activities for parents, teachers, and students. 

http://biointeractive.orgHHMI’s BioInteractive. (K-12) INTERACTIVE  The Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s (HHMI) has a great collection of bio activities and tools for students Includes are the latest virtual tools for the geneticist, physician and immunologist in the virtual Lab.  Also included is a Teacher resource link.

http://www.passporttoknowledge.com/main.html  Passport to Knowledge.(K-12)  is a series of interactive learning adventures connecting essential Life, Earth, Space and Physical science concepts with exciting real world phenomena. P2K uses a powerful, integrated suite of video programs, hands-on activities and online resources to deliver.

http://www.reachoutmichigan.org/funexperiments/quick/quick.html Quick and Easy Activities (K-12) INTERACTIVE.  This site provides more than 200 hands-on activities and fun experiments.  The activities are categorized by preschool, early elementary, later elementary, middle school, and high school levels. 

www.ciese.org/realtimedatasites.html Real Time Data Sites from the Center for Innovation of Engineering in Science Education (6-12) Many of our classroom projects use realtime data sites that are difficult to find. This page contains links to some of the most compelling Internet web sites for educational use. These include a host of sites that have real time weather, air, water, and satellite information that will enhance traditional classroom lessons.

http://www.exploratorium.edu/science_explorer Science Explorer (1-6).  This site contains a collection of hands-on activities with step-by-step instructions that elementary school children can do at home. 

http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/science/index.htm Science Interactives. (3-8) Scholastic.com and MSNBC are proud to present interactive activities on a variety of topics. Explore these science interactive activities to learn more about space, science, and technology.

http://members.ozemail.com.au/~macinnis/scifun/menu.htm Science Playwith (K-6).  This site provides a wide variety of fun science experiments that can be made with everyday things.  Topics consist of bubbles, earthy things, electricity and magnetism, fluid flow, and many others. 

http://education.mit.edu/starlogo StarLogo. (8-12) INTERACTIVE   Starlogo is a special kind of model-building programming language like Logo. StarLogo is a programmable modeling environment for exploring the workings of decentralized systems -- systems that are organized without an organizer, coordinated without a coordinator. With StarLogo, you can model (and gain insights into) many real-life phenomena, such as bird flocks, traffic jams, ant colonies, and market economies.