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How Cells Divide
Learn about mitosis and meiosis, the two types of cell division.
Humans and Earth's Atmosphere: What's in the Air?
Read this Capstone eBook to learn more about Earth's atmosphere. If you're at home, you'll need your school's INFOhio username/password. If you don't know it, find it on INFOhio's Get Password page.
International Year of Light
Celebrate light with the IYL2015. Videos, articles, science projects, and more!
Learning About Food Chains
Are you a producer or a consumer? Where do you fit in the food chain? Find out in this short video.
Life Cycle of a Plant
Learn about the life cycle of a plant from a tiny seed to full-grown plant in this one-minute video.
Light Science Projects
Want to know how light works? Check out these science projects!
Wish you could see the physics of light? Now you can with these simulations from the University of Colorado Boulder.
Light: Reflection and Refraction
Watch this three-minute video to learn more about how light travels through reflection and refraction.
Lithosphere, Hydrosphere, Atmosphere, and Biosphere
In this video from The World Almanac for Kids, learn more about how the lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere interact. If you're at home, you'll need your school's INFOhio username/password. If you don't know it, find it on INFOhio's Get Password page.
Have you ever wondered what the topography of your town is? Just enter an address to explore your town and other places on Earth with this map.
NASA's Visible Earth
Do you wonder what a typhoon looks like from space? Or how smoke and dust travel around the world? Then take a look at NASA's satellite photos of events in the Earth's atmosphere.
National Geographic Kids: Habitats
What types of habitats are needed to protect endangered species? Explore images and learn about habitats from all over the world.
National Geographic: Lithosphere
What makes the lithosphere a unique layer of earth? Follow the link to learn more about the "coolest and most rigid part of the Earth." Find images, diagrams, and an encyclopedia article. Note: Links to the maps are no longer available.
Newton's Three Laws of Motion
Whether you are at rest or moving, Newton's laws are working for you. Learn more in this six-minute video.
Northern Riffleshell Facts and Information
Mussels in Ohio? Learn about the Northern Riffleshell, a threatened and endangered species.
Click here for 123 optical illusions that teach us about our visual perceptions...and their limitations.
Our Supersized Kids
Learn about an increase in childhood obesity and how to reverse the trend in this 30-minute video from PBS.
Do you wonder how plants get energy from sunlight? Scroll through the article, use the diagrams, and test your knowledge about photosynthesis. Note: Videos are not available.
Renewable vs Non-Renewable Energy
What is the difference between renewable and non-renewable energy? Discover the advantages and disadvantages of many types of energy resources.
Science Trek: Habitats
Habitats can be fun! Learn the basics of habitats with this video!