Ninth-9th Grade, Tenth-10th Grade, Eleventh-11th Grade and Twelfth-12th Grade Smart Board Interactive Science Games, Activities and Lessons
Teachers and students can use these Smart Board games, games, activities and lessons to learn about Science in Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Grade. Some of the topics covered are: Observations, Questions, Hypotheses, Testing, Formulas, Resources, Relationships, Cycles, Design Models, Statistics, Graphs, Science and Technology in Society, Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources, Environmental Effects, Human Populations, Cells, Molecular Basis, DNA, Biological Evolution, Properties of Matter, Motions and Forces, Energy, Chemical Reactions, Geochemical Cycles, Earth Systems
Sharks in Film: Fact or Fiction – Thanks for movies, sharks are some of the most maligned creatures on Earth. Players take a quiz to see which facts are accurate and which ones have been created. Great way to learn shark facts!
Augmented Reality (AR) –This interactive image is an example of augmented reality (AR),a form of technology in which something real (the cover image) and something virtual (the surprise image) merge to create a mixed reality. An awesome activity that will amaze and intrigue everyone!
Pickle Lab – Fun site allows students to explore the science behind pickles. Explore the science of fermentation and the vitamins and flavor it produces.
The Molecular Art of Grilling – Visually experience what happens to meat as it is grilled. Select from beef, pork, or fish to learn what internal temperatures are reached when meat is grilled. Students will learn not only cooking, but also science and health involved in preparing food.
Virtual Frog Dissection – This is a full-color frog dissection for students to use in learning the organs and their location. Dissection is available in several languages. This dissection is easy for teachers and fun for students.
Element Groups on the Smartboard – Students will learn and then review the element groups. The game is divided into groups and levels for easier learning.
Review and Practice the Periodic Table – Students can work with this on different levels to learn the periodic table. Practice and tests are available on different levels.
Anatomy Identification – This is a very nice interactive skeleton useful for the identification of bones, organs, and muscle tissue. Biology students will love this for learning and practice.
The Cell Cycle Smartboard Lesson – The game is about the different phases in ordinary cell division, mitosis. Students can complete checks during the instruction. Nice interactive format.
The Particle Adventure – Students read information about the fundamentals of matter and force. Online quizzes allow students to check their understanding.
Solar Eclipse – Animated solar eclipse module to help students visualize a solar eclipse. The speed of the animation can be changed to allow time for students to understand the event.
Dynamic Periodic Table – Interactive periodic table with dynamic layouts showing names, electrons, oxidation, trend visualization, and more help students to learn the information given. This table is easy for students at all levels to begin grasping the concepts related to the periodic table.
Interactive Cell Models – Nice color graphics and animation engage students in learning the difference between plant cells and animal cells as well as the difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. The parts of a cell are studied and reviewed as well.
Cells Alive – Cell biology, microbiology, immunology, and microscopy are made real in this life like site. Interactive animations on plant and animal cells, mitosis, meiosis, cell cycle and much more!
Supermodels of Science – The site provides instruction about the animals that are used to study disease in humans. Students receive instruction and then take a quiz on the information.
Human Anatomy – Students match the bones with their location on the human body. A correct answer causes both parts of the question to become the same color and line up together on the screen.