Anatomy Arcade - Makes basic anatomy come alive through flash games, interactives and videos.
ChemEd DL - A collaborative, community-driven effort, this site provides digital resources, tools, and online services for teaching and learning chemistry.
Dino Dictionary - Profiles of over 300 known dinosaurs.
DnaTube - Based on studies, lectures and seminars aimed at explaining biological concepts through video.
Encyclopedia of Life - Global access to information and pictures of all species known to science. Currently contains over 1.2 million images and over 900k pages of content!
Exploratorium - A great collection of online activities, including interactives, a Digital Library, podcasts and virtual tours.
F.R.E.E. (Federal Resources for Educational Excellence) - Learning resources from federal agencies including animations, primary documents, photos, and videos on Earth Science, Space Science. Life Science and Physical Sciences.
Freezeray - A good site with some interactive lessons in Physics, Biology, and Chemistry. The site has not been updated in a few years, but the basics are still pretty good for use on a Smartboard.
Just2Smart - Fun facts and trivia about Science.
KineticCity - "The most amazing collection of science experiments, games, activities, challenges and more!" Produced by the American Association for the Advancement of Science with support from the National Science Foundation, this site contains both online and offline activities. Students create a log-in to accumulate points by completing the mission.
NASA - A website that needs no introduction, NASA's site includes stunning pictures, videos, live chats, and interactives.
NHM's Dino Directory - The Natural History Museum's online guide to dinosaurs with images, facts and figures for over 300 dinosaurs.
NSDL (National Science Digital Library) - A national network of digital environments dedicated to advancing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics teaching and learning, including high quality, interactive resources that help educators bring cutting-edge, real-world science and math into their classrooms and stimulate excitement for science in today's digital learners, web-based applications that help teachers and learners to optimize their experiences with digital content, and more.
Harvard's Life Sciences Outreach Program - Hosted by Harvard's Department of Biochemistry and Cellular Biology in conjunctions with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, this site includes lecture videos, animations and teacher-created materials covering Physiology, Microbiology, Regenerative Biology, Evolution, Neurobiology, Immunology, and the Biology of Cancer.
Periodic Table of Videos - Videos of experiments for every element on the Periodic Table.
PhET - The best collection of fun, interactive, research-based simulations of physical phenomena on the Internet. Hosted by the University of Colorado.
PTable - An interactive, dynamic Periodic Table, with more information crammed on this page than any other periodic table site on the Internet.
ScienceFix - A blog site by a Middle-School science teacher featuring demonstrations of projects done in his classroom. Also includes resources for teachers such as lessons, science links, video demonstrations and web projects.
Sixty Symbols - A series of videos featuring physics and astronomy experts from the University of Nottingham geared at showing that physics and astronomy are pretty amazing!
Smithsonian Wild - Amazing pictures and videos taken with "camera traps" by the Smithsonian Institute researchers to showcase the diversity of wildlife from habitats across the globe.
Solar System Scope - An awesome 3D interactive model of the solar system.
Stellarium - A free, open-source planetarium showing a realistic sky in 3D.
Untamed Science - Built by a team of dedicated scientists, educators and filmmakers who believe that learning about science should be fun and easy, this site hosts videos and lesson plans to learn about biology and ecology.
Virtual Cell Animation Collection - Through a collection of labeled images and animated movies, students can walk-through cellular and molecular processes.