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Check out the Science Junction from North Carolina State University. There's a huge list of experiments, links, resources and ideas for every age group.

When you need new ideas to boost your science curriculum, CanTeach offers a great collection of links to online resources that will meet the needs of any science unit.

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Bill Nye is the great “Go-To” when it comes to science. He hasn't let us down yet. So head to Bill Nye, The Science Guy for great resources to use in your science units.

Reeko's Mad Scientist Lab is a really awesome site that has some great science experiments.

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The Exploratorium has put together a huge list of easy experiments you can do at home or in the classroom. Go ahead and give it a try.

The Science Spot has a great lesson on how to use the Scientific Method. This lesson is complete with recording ideas, safety precautions and using the scientific method while doing an actual experiment. Really helpful for new science teachers, but those of us who have been teaching a few years will love it too.

The National Science Teachers Association is a great resource for Outstanding Science Trade Books for students in grades K–12.

Notebook [Credit: Joseph El-Khouri [CC BY 3.0 us (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/deed.en)], via Wikimedia Commons]

The Washington State LASER site has an extensive how-to on Science Notebooks in the classroom.

Planting Science is another site with information on using Lab Notebooks and Science Notebooks in the classroom.

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