Curated by Knovation's Curriculum Specialists
Below are a few sample Science learning resources from our Content Collection.
Each listing includes certain metadata that describes the resource and aligns it for use in the classroom.
A discussion of gravity and Newton's Law of Gravitation. [8m37s]
Learn about topics related to the material world. Each topic includes facts, a glossary, an interactive quiz, printable worksheets, an image bank, and web links.
Investigate the changing states of water as you help Steve stay alive while in the Arctic. Includes background information about changing states of matter and about the water cycle, as well as a quiz.
Forces are everywhere. Learn what they are, the characteristics of forces, different kinds of forces, and factors that affect them.
Explains abut unequal forces acting on an object and what would be observed. Also, explains what the resultant force is and how it is calculated.
After reading the explanation of what balanced and unbalanced forces are, check your understanding by answering the problems at the end.
Mr. Beaker will help you identifying the states of matter. Be it ice, water or vapor. Requires Adobe Flash. Click the image to begin; lesson will appear in a popup window.
In the States of Matter module, students further explore the concept that anything on earth that has mass and takes up space is matter. This exercise introduces students to solids, liquids and gasses, the three most common states of matter on Earth, and the unique properties used to characteri...
Check out what Gregor Mendel believed about gene behavior. This animation will illustrate why he holds his beliefs to be true.
Through informational text, interactive activities, practice problems, and video clips, students analyze how biological traits are passed on to successive generations.
To understand the process of photosynthesis, follow the hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen atoms as they travel between the air, the plant, and the soil.
Colorful animation investigates the process of photosynthesis, light and dark reactions, and photorespiration.
Explore the forces at work when pulling against a cart,and pushing a refrigerator, crate, or person. Create an applied force and see how it makes objects move. Change friction and see how it affects the motion of objects.
[ARCHIVE CONTENT] Interactive site showcases an animation of photosynthesis. Users will view carbon dioxide movement, oxygen gas movement as well as water flow in the cycle.
This website offers a clear definition of the science of Genetics, highlighting DNA and genes. There is a neat, easy-to-understand animated tour of the basics and an opportunity to go inside an animated cell. Student can build a DNA molecule and discover how proteins function. Teachers and studen...
A video that explains the steps involved in the scientific method. Includes a karaoke song with lyrics, a quiz to test students’ knowledge, and vocabulary definitions.
In this video clip, a "One on One" interview on June 8, 2008, Jane Goodall describes her most significant encounter with the chimpanzees when she developed a relationship with David Graybeard. He was the first chimpanzee that she communicated with; she said considers him a mentor. She would l...
The National Science Foundation's (NSF) Directorate for Geosciences has partnered with NBC Learn and the Weather Channel to produce a 10-part video series that explores the science of natural disasters and research to avert their human and economic toll.