Math Games

This site has some really cool math games for kids.
Cool Math For Kids
Triple A Math has lots of links.
Primary Games has some math games as well as other subjects for young children.

Try Gamequarium!
Lots of Links at Cut the Knot!
Kids Domain

Image from PrimaryGames.com

Aurora

From Space Weather: A weak gust of solar wind hit Earth on Nov. 20th, too weak to spark a strong geomagnetic storm. But in some places a strong storm is not required to produce auroras. In Tromso, Norway, Bjorn Jorgensen took this picture of green lights dancing above the moonlit snow.

View Space Weather’s archive to see more photos. These include sunspots and the ISS.

Greenhouse Effect

From Reuters:

Ocean and so-called greenhouse gas levels are rising faster than they have for thousands of years, according to two reports published on Thursday that are likely to fuel debate on global warming.
One study found the Earth’s ocean levels have risen twice as fast in the past 150 years, signaling the impact of human activity on temperatures worldwide, researchers said in the journal Science.

Link to Article

Data Loggers


I found a link to this site originally from Stephen’s blog. I thought this company has a interesting concept. I’m not making an endorsement or anything because I don’t really know anything about it, but I thought it was interesting. See what you think.

Data Loggers

Monarch Butterfly Migration


I saw on CNN this evening where the monarch butterfly is making its migration to Mexico.

You can read the article here.

Aquarium

Georgia Aquarium
Georgia now has the largest aquarium in the world. I can’t find any pictures yet, so why don’t you enjoy the webcams from the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California?

Monterey Bay Aquarium Webcam

The Website also has activities for students.

$100 Laptop Revealed


Image from MIT Media

At the World Summit on the Information Society in Tunis on 11/16, this $100 laptop model was revealed. It’s all over the Internet and in blogs. It has a hand crank that helps to provide power. It’s called “One Laptop Per Child.” Cool.

Read the article at BBC News.