March 11, 2013 -- Submitted by Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, a reader from Chicago, who is affiliated with the site.
Where can you take a ride in a nanotube, climb the Periodic Table and build an atom in its simplest form? In NanoSpace, the Molecularium® Project’s online science “theme park,” where kids in 5th-8th grades are finding that science can be fun – and fascinating. The leading scientists from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute that brought us the memorable characters Oxy and Hydra in the Molecularium® Project’s Molecules to the Max! and Riding Snowflakes have just unveiled NanoSpace. This interactive, fun online environment is easily accessible for both the kids who play within it and the teachers who use the free educational curriculum in the classrooms. More than 25 games and animations entice kids to learn more about atoms and molecules in NanoSpace. Visitors can try to beat the clock in “Periodic Memory Game” and click-and-drag atoms to construct molecules in “Build’em.” Answer multiple-choice questions in Who wants to be a Quidecillionaire?, and hope the answer is correct before you fall down to the bottom rung again. Five new animations feature the Molecularium computer “Mel” talking to his young friends about atoms and molecules, polymers, and even understanding DNA as “The Software of Life.” NanoSpace is much more than a website; it is an online theme park designed to increase science literacy in children with all interests and backgrounds – not just those who have an existing passion for science. As our country faces a “quiet crisis” with STEM-related workforce development shortages, the Molecularium® Project’s latest initiative fosters new ways of teaching science to kids through engaging games and activities.
September 18, 2012 -- Submitted by Dr Science, a teacher from London, who is affiliated with the site.
Audio visual science tutorial lessons for high school chemistry and physics courses. Easy to understand concept explanations and worked examples that clearly explain how to apply chemistry and physics theory concepts to correctly answer problem solving questions. Excellent free learning resource for studying, revising and exam preparation for all high school chemistry and physics courses.
May 21, 2012 -- Submitted by ecr, a teacher from Germany, who is affiliated with the site.
Chemistry for Students …. from the beginning. Self-regulated free online learning with interactive exercises, videos, quiz.
April 30, 2011 -- Submitted by Dr Phil Brown, a teacher from England, who is affiliated with the site.
Chemistry revision notes and quizzes for 11-18 year olds.
October 17, 2010 -- From Frank, a teacher from the USA, who is affiliated with the site.
Play-online crossword puzzles for chemistry and biology students – and their very busy teachers!
January 16, 2008 -- From John, a teacher, from Kent, UK, who is affiliated with the site.
Provides several useful chemistry tutorials and links to many other chemistry pages, includes some fun chemistry crosswords.
October 31, 2007 -- From Julian, a teacher, from Israel, who is affiliated with the site.
The philosophy behind this site is to provide quick accessible tabulated chemistry information
October 11, 2007 -- From Paul, a parent, from Brooklyn, NY, who is not affiliated with the site.
This site has a great learning tool and reference in the Periodic Table Mr. Gray created. If you click on an element, it gives you loads of information about it, including example of items that contain it.
April 20, 2007 -- From Sergey, a parent, who is affiliated with the site.
Comprehensive and evaluated guide to web sites related to chemistry and the chemical industry.
June 22, 2006 -- From Mark, a reader, from United States, who is affiliated with the site.
Wonder Whiz Kids helps your kids improve on basics, a grasp on fundamental concepts of science in an interactive
and collaborative environment.