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Science Simulations

I am curating links to Science simulations on this page.  The goal is to find new simulations that run on HTML5 and not Adobe Flash.  If you have a non Flash simulation to recommend please email it to me RBrown@princetonisd.net or EdTechMrBrown@gmail.com and I will add them to this page.

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Middle School Science Simulations from CU

 https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulations/category/by-level/middle-school 

Here are over 100 simulations from Alpha Decay to Waves.

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High School Science Simulations from CU

 https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulations/category/by-level/high-school 

More simulations from CU that are categorized as High School level simulations.

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Google Sky

 https://www.google.com/sky/ 

Google Sky is a fascinating resource to explore.  Just start scrolling in or out and you will be amazed at the details.  It's like you have access to all the worlds best telescopes at one time.  The simulation includes constellations and distant galaxies. 

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Frostbite Theater

 https://education.jlab.org/frost/ 

JLab Science Education has performed and recorded many experiments with Liquid Nitrogen that are sure to capture your students attention

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California State University North Simulations and Animations

 https://www.csun.edu/science/software/simulations/simulations.html 

This website is a massive collection of Simulations and resources for almost every science topic.  There is an almost overwhelming amount to browse through and explore. 

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PBS Learning Media

 https://kera.pbslearningmedia.org/collection/simulations/#.XfqIiuhKiUk 

" SimBucket has created a large number of original HTML5 physics, chemistry, and biology simulations. This curated group contains some of the most popular simulations from www.simbucket.com. "