The following links are great resources for Christians and their lifestyles. Whether you are new to Christianity or you’ve been a Christian your entire life, there’s always room for growth; these links are helpful tools to aide you in your journey. Christianity is not something that one can ever completely finish learning from and growing in. Take a look at these sites and spend time getting to know yourself and God better.
General Christian Websites – Christian Forums – Bible Lessons & Study – Christian News Sites – Christianity and FamilyGeneral Christian Websites Jesus Christ: Most basic to comprehensive studies [...]
If the mention of magma, tectonic plates, or ash excites your neurons, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve searched the web for helpful information covering every aspect of volcanoes and have compiled the following list. No matter what age you are or whether you’re still in school, you’ll definitely learn a thing or two about volcanoes by browsing our ilst.
Grades K-6 – Middle School – High School – CollegeGrades K-6 Discovery Kids – Make a Volcano: This website, provided by Discovery Communications, offers the Volcano Explorer, which allows kids to delve deep within the earth via a computer monitor. On the website, you can build your [...]
Even though you might believe that you are too young to start thinking about what you want to be when you grow up, nothing could be further from the truth. Making an effort to ponder your interests, skills, and abilities is the first step on the road to discovering what you want to do with your life as an adult. Start analyzing what school subjects interest you the most, or where your strengths lie. You should also take into consideration your favorite hobbies, any issues you care about, and extracurricular activities in which you are involved. Learning is a lifelong process, and much of the time you spend in school is dedicated to helping you become a productive, happy, fulfilled [...]
The Northern Lights: What Are They? The aurora borealis has fascinated people for hundreds of years. These “northern lights” are beautiful displays that brighten the night sky in the far north with glowing arcs, clouds, and streaks. These can be red, purple, or green, and may go on for thousands of miles across the horizon. Though the borealis has always been regarded with awe and wonder, it was not always known what causes these displays. We now know that the northern lights are astronomical phenomena caused by solar wind, the flow of charged particles from the surface of the sun. Some of these particles get trapped in the Earth’s magnetic field and release energy that causes [...]
In this lesson students gain a new perspective on planet earth using the Microsoft Worldwide Telescope (WWT). WWT is visualization software that enables your computer to function as a virtual telescope—bringing together imagery from the best ground and space-based telescopes in the world for an exciting and interactive exploration of the universe.
In Step 1, the class as a whole learns the difference between geography and topography, locates all the planets in the solar system, and briefly compares the topography of Earth and Mars. In Step 2, the class explores the topography of Earth. Views of oceans, continents, the polar ice caps, mountain ranges, deserts and an in-depth [...]
In this lesson, students get the opportunity to simulate earthquakes of different magnitudes online and see how they affect buildings that they have constructed. Students will choose the magnitude and location of the earthquake, run the simulation, and then examine the earthquake-proofing construction for their building. They will chart their simulated data in Microsoft Office Excel so that they can develop conclusions based on their findings, and they will write a report on their findings in Microsoft Office Word. This activity works well with students working in groups.On This Page Lesson plan information Teacher guide Lesson procedure Materials needed Lesson [...]