NASAResources for Teachers and StudentsThis site contains a wealth of information for teachers and students.Scijinks is a great kid friendly source of information on the factors affecting weather on earth and in space.The Space Place is a great kid friendly source of information on all things space. It is designed to show elementary age students that science, technology and learning about space are fun and within their grasp.
Windows to the UniverseResources for TeachersThe Windows to the Universe Web site offers over 7,000 pages of science content and activities, teacher resources and newsletters, kids' pages and information about people, mythology, art, books and films related to the Earth and space sciences. Offered in English and Spanish Touch the Earth: A Multimedia Presentation About the Earth's BiomesActivities for Middle School StudentsNASA's "Touch the Earth" takes a multimedia approach to teach middle school students about the Earth's biomes -- areas on Earth with similar climate, soil and vegetation. Teach the Earth, Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College Teach the Earth is a portal into the rich geoscience education content available through dozens of independent project websites. The Teach the Earth portal is a handful of web pages which can help guide you through this diverse array of sites. It includes a search interface spanning all the projects, and a set of site guides which highlight key resources within these project websites.
American Geological Institute Resources for Teachers Focused on the geosciences, this site provides educational resources, curriculum, and materials. The theme of the 2010 Earth Science Week (October 10-16th) is on ‘Exploring Energy.’
The Geological Society of America Middle and High School Curriculum Materials The GSA provides 6-12th grade curriculum aligned to National Science Standards and many online resources.
Mineral Information Institute Resources for Teachers Focused on minerals and other natural resources, MII develops and distributes a series of packets that includes posters, lesson plans, information, and student activity pages as well as interactive on-line activities. Here is a great comparison of the American Lifestyle, 1776 vs. 2005.
Women in Mining Resources for Teachers This site is provides lessons matched to National Science Standards.