Do you ever have those students who procratinate getting their science project turned in? Well here is a relevant comic about an alien that needs a human for its science project, but procrastinated its deadline. Might be a fun comic to show during your science fair time. You can find more comics at Speedbump.com
Here is a great image from the Awkwardyeti that depicts a funny possible reason for the dinosaur extinction. The image depicts two T-rexes that have arms too small to pass the food at the dinner table.
This worksheet contains 400 sample word problems the elementary and intermediate teachers can use to help their students practice solving simple single step equations. This set of worksheets also contains all of the answers as well.
This website contains a worksheet generator for comparing numbers. With this website you get to decide how many problems you want on the worksheet, the range of numbers you want your students to do, and whether or not numbers can be positive or negative. Create as many worksheets as you would like with this app.
This is a great video that shows a general simulation of how the launch, orbiting, and re-entry worked for John Glenn as he beacme the first American to orbit the Earth during the Space Race of the Cold War.
This is a great video that shows Apollo 11, orbiting the Moon, and the Lunar Module descending and landing on the Moon, and Neil Armstrong taking the first step on Moon, and saying, "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind!" These events were part of the Space Race during the Cold War.