• Hello!
    This page has helpful links arranged by course. Feel free to visit this page even after your course with Mrs. Vierick!
    Physical Science Links
    1. More Factor Label Problems--everyone loves these! Try them to help sharpen your skills
    2. Build an Atom--from simple to complex!
    3. Scale of the Universe--how big (or small) is stuff? Based on the powers of 10
    Biology Links
    1. DNA Tube--like YouTube, but all about DNA. A mix of lower level and upper level concepts.
    2. Earthworm Dissection--helpful information about our friend the earthworm
    3. Virtual Earthworm Dissection--additional information for the earthworm
    4. Spark Notes Biology--Just as the links describes it
    5. CK-12 Biology Flexbook--free "textbook" of biological concepts...does not match our book 100%, but it is a great source
    Chemistry Links
    1. Chem Game Tutor--love video games but not chemistry? This game goes over important chemistry concepts like significant figures, mole conversions, and stoichiometry.
    2. Why Chemistry Matters--a website from nobelprize.org that highlights some of the more intriguing aspects of chemistry.
    3. Sig Fig calculator--great to check if your calculations are rounded appropriately using significant figures.
    Environmental Science Links
    1. Biomes of the World--Marietta College provides an interactive map with lots of great information about the world's biomes.
    2. Water Pollution Guide--this UK website gives general information, prevention, and treatment of water pollution
    3. Make your own plastic--this simple recipe relies in water, cornstarch, and vegetable oil.
    4. Avas Flowers Water Cycle--great information on the water cycle and an explanation of rainbows
    Microbiology Links
    1. History of Vaccines--gives a timeline and interesting information regarding vaccines
    2. Micro*scope--good information on microbes and microscopes
    3. I Love Bacteria--adorable website with common bacteria and activities
    Cool Science Stuff
    1. Determine your microbe personality--take this online quiz to see which microbe resembles you the most!
    2. Story Behind the Science--website with stories that include the people and personal events regarding important scientific processes and discoveries.
    3. Watch Know Learn--compilation of science and other educational videos--great as a study tool or to put in a presentation
    4. Learningscience.org--categorized by disciplines, this page has websites, ideas, and interactive tools to help understand specific topics more in depth
    5. Indiana BioLab--provides information good for science projects
    6. Bubble.us--great site for making free graphic organizers as a review tool
    7. Khan Academy--online videos about science topics
    8. Brightstorm--videos for homework help with science and other subjects