Grade 9 Science
Choose to play an interactive, online scientific mystery, search the database for grade and subject appropriate activities, or view graphics and animations. This is a large website with a lot to offer!
Welcome to Ask A Scientist! Our service has been in operation since 1991. We have already compiled answers to more than 20,000 questions - and this site now receives more than nine million hits each month!
If you have a question, first check our Archives to see if it has been asked and answered before. Ask A Scientist includes Archives containing questions that our volunteer scientists have answered since our service began. And since 1991, questions have come from every country on the planet!
Biology in Motion
Biomes of the World
Brightstorm Math and Science
CSI: Web Adventures
Caring For Our Watersheds
Cell Biology Videos
The periodic "law" of chemistry recognises that properties of the chemical elements are periodic functions of their atomic number (that is, the number of protons within the element's atomic nucleus). The periodic table is an arrangement of the chemical elements ordered by atomic number in columns (groups) and rows (periods) presented so as to emphasize their periodic properties.
Chemistry: WebElements Periodic Table
Saskatchewan people will now be able to find climate change information more easily, understand climate change and learn what to do to lessen its effects. There are many links on this site for educators, along with some Mini-Units based on the Saskatchewan's K - Grade 12 Curriculum (although these units do not reflect the recent renewal of curricula).
Eduweb develops award-winning digital learning games and interactives about art, history, science, and technology. Their mission is to "create exciting and effective learning experiences that hit the sweet spot where learning theory, digital technology, and fun meet."
Environment Canada's monthly on-line newsmagazine was launched in December 2000. It covers a wide range of current topics. Looking for information about a particular subject? Browse by Subject to find articles on the following categories: Air, Climate Change, Environmental Action, Nature and Wildlife, Pollution, Science & Technology, Water, and Weather.
This course of study is built around the textbook by Prescott, Klein, and Harley, Microbiology, 5/e; published by McGraw-Hill Higher Education.
Online since 1993, the Exploratorium was one of the first science museums to build a site on the World Wide Web. Our site now contains over 15,000 Web pages exploring hundreds of different topics.
This exciting site has much to offer the sciene teacher. Browse through the "Web-based Classroom Projects" for a variety of elementary, middle and high school projects.
Select the appropriate age of your students and choose from a variety of Mathematics, Geography, Art, Science, Language Arts, etc. games.
This course of study is built around Physical Geology: Earth Revealed, 6/e; authored by Carlson, Plummer, and McGeary; and published by McGraw-Hill Higher Education.
This course of study is built around The Atmosphere: An Introduction to Meteorology, 9/E; authored by Lutgens and Tarbuck; and published by Pearson Education.
Fundamentals of Meteorology
Links and resources pertaining to SK Grade 9 Science curriculum
Grade 9 Science Resources
This site features resources (units and internet sites) that support the Saskatchewan Science Curriculum objectives grades 1-9.
Welcome to inner exploration of Human Anatomy. Each topic has animations, 100's of graphics, and thousands of descriptive links. Study the anatomy of the human body. It's fun, interactive, and an ideal reference site for students or those who just want to know more about the medical descriptions used by doctors and nurses.
This site was honored because of its comprehensive coverage of most of physics, the creative use of multimedia and linking, and the impact it has had on students worldwide. Online tutorials cover a wide range of physics topics, including modern physics and astronomy. Material is organized through extensive concept maps.
Interactive Whiteboard Links
Teach.Genetics provides resources for K-12 teachers, higher education faculty, and public educators. These include PDF-based Print-and-Go™ activities, unit plans and other supporting resources. The materials are designed to support and extend the materials on Learn.Genetics.
Physics and music have been closely related for thousands of years. The art and the science of music acoustics are presented on this site, in musician-friendly format, as is some of our research work in music science.
This site has been categorized by grade to make your search easier. The lessons are online based and weave nicely with the curriculum in both science and social studies.
NetVet Veterinary Resources / Electronic Zoo Animal Species. The title speaks for itself. Everything one wanted to know about animals ... and then some.
Busy teachers are always looking for new teaching ideas and ways to save time. The Saskatoon Public Schools OLC has compiled a list of online resources that their teachers have created or recommended.
Pics4Learning is a copyright-friendly image library for teachers and students. The Pics4Learning collection consists of thousands of images that have been donated by students, teachers, and amateur photographers. Unlike many Internet sites, permission has been granted for teachers and students to use all of the images donated to the Pics4Learning collection.
An easy to play game that tests your knowledge of the Periodic Table.
Astronomy (Universe, Galaxies, Stars, Systems, Solar Systems, Exploration)
Biology (Cell Structure, Cell Function, Microorganisms, Plants, Scientific Study, Invertebrates, Vertebrates, Animal Systems)
Chemistry (Matter, Periodic Table, Elements, Atoms, Reactions, Biochemistry)
Earth Science (Earth Energy, Earth Structure, Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, Biosphere, Climates, BCG Cycles)
Physics (Motion and Mechanics, Heat and Thermodynamics, Light and Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, Modern Physics).
A collection of lesson plans and experiments for all grade levels.
Teaching Resources, Student Activities, Reproducibles, and more!
A one-page document that you can use in your science classroom to help students summarize an article that they read.
The Science Learning Network (SLN) is an online community of educators, students, schools, science museums and other institutions demonstrating a new model for inquiry science education. There is a list of resources developed by SLN museums.
Providing a wealth of resources for K-12 science educators, Science NetLinks is your guide to meaningful standards-based Internet experiences for students. Search the lesson plans, use intereactive sites, and support your students' learning.
Science News is an award-winning weekly newsmagazine covering the most important research in all fields of science. Its 16 pages are packed with short, accurate articles that appeal to both general readers and scientists.
Science Simulations and Activities
Science and Technology
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Geology (211) General Science (110) Health Sciences (491)
Information Technology (780) Nanotechnology (171) Physics (1611)
Fire Safety (1)
The Physics Front
The Public Library of Science (PLoS) is a nonprofit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world's scientific and medical literature a public resource.
The U.S. Geological Survey provides scientific information intended to help educate the public about natural resources, natural hazards, geospatial data, and issues that affect our quality of life. Discover selected online resources, including lessons, data, maps, and more, to support teaching, learning, education (K-12), and college inquiry and research.
Take a Virtual Field Trip to one of many locations. A great enhancer to any classroom.
Examine and identiy the specimens.
Virtual Electron Microscope - Discovery Channel School
The site is broken down into two sections, the teacher section and the student section. Visit the offices on the first floor where you will find teacher resources (the library), system requirements (the computer lab), and meet the developers (the office). Take the elevator to the second floor where you will find the student version of the Science 9 units.