Starting the Year Off Right: Science Ideas for Week One

Science Penguin blog post on some first week activities to get your Science class off to a productive start at the beginning of the school year.

So Happy Together: Bill Nye Teams Up With NASA On New Series of Videos

Bill Nye teams up with NASA for a new series of videos starring the quirky and adorable scientist explaining NASA's new mission to Jupiter with the Juno satellite scheduled to reach Jupiter in 2016.

5 Free Science Resources For The Classroom

Free science resources for educators to use that will help spruce up your science units.

Hubble Finds Galaxy That Shouldn’t Exist

Recent article from i09.com on the recent discovery of a galaxy defying current scientific thought forcing scientists to redefine the age of the universe.

Solar System Scope: New Interactive Solar System Site

Solar System Scope is a beautiful, easy to use 3D visualization of the Solar System which can be used by students at all ages.

Use Chocolate to Do Science!

Use chocolate for science to measure the speed of light

Google Squared and Research for the 21st Century

Google Squared is a search tool that helps you quickly build a collection of facts from the Web, for any topic you specify

Take Back Your Thoughts: Simple Brainstorming Tool For Mindmapping

A simple, easy to use mindmapping application for brainstorming ideas and thoughts.