PhET is a site filled with free online physics, chemistry, biology, earth science, and math simulations.  Find a simulation or two or three or four by clicking on the link below.  When you leave a comment, list the name of the simulation(s) you explored and then share something new you learned.  Playing the simulation might also prompt you to do a little more research on the topic.  List that information as well!

NOTE:  When leaving comments, only put your first name and do not leave your email.

Click on a simulation and then click Run Now!  Have fun exploring!

5 thoughts on “PhET

  1. I loved watching the Rube Goldbergs in action because I never knew you could make something so simple into a complex chain reaction. I want to learn more about Rube Goldberg and if he made any of his illustrations. You must have to be really famous to get a word named after you!!

  2. Sadly, my computer would not let me run the scripts. I did, however, find this wonderful website on chemistry! Check it out here: Though it’s just the atom page, I did learn tons about, well, atoms! They’re tiny little things, smaller than even a virus, that are responsible for the makeup of all matter on Earth! I didn’t know this before, but there are even things smaller than atoms! Inside of atoms there are tiny, tiny protons and even smaller electrons that make up the atom! Scientists even think there are things smaller than protons and electrons! Wow!
    I just think that chemistry is amazing! Though I’m way too young to understand it all, I know that it is responsible for our way of life today- inventions, foods, and even the weather exist thank to chemical reactions in our everyday lives!

    1. Great site Kelly! I encourage you to keep up on your study of chemistry. I’m glad you mentioned chemistry and foods because that area alone is fascinating!

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