Aircraft are flying machines. There are many different types of aircraft including airplanes, helicopters and fighter jets.These are examples of aircrafts that keep high in the sky by moving air over their wings. Some aircrafts like balloons and airships keep up in the air by floating. Airplanes routinely fly at over 500 miles per hour. Less than 100 years ago it took more than seven days to travel across the Atlantic ocean because it is 3000 miles, or 4800 km, wide. Modern airlines travel the same distance in about seven hours, fighter jets can make the same flight in less than two hours. Orville and Wilbur Wright were the first ones to create a successful flying machine that left the ground for 12 seconds on December 17, 1903.

Aircraft & Plane Games

Fighter Jets Warplane adventure game

Airplane dogfight World War II game

Lego Plane City Airport game

Silly Airplane Working game

Busy Airport Planner Game

Fly the Airplane in a Storm Game

3-D Airplane Simulator Game

NASA power up Fossil Fuel Game

You have the Power Fossil Fuel Game

NASA Wind Energy Game

Solar Energy Vocabulary Game

Hydroelectric Dam Game

Hydropower in Canada game

Kinetic potential and thermal energy skateboard game

Follow the Carbon cycle game

NASA Keep Transportation Green Game

Times up ! Fossil Fuel Gauge game

PBS Go Green Fossil Fuel Game

NASA power up Fossil Fuel Game

You have the Power Fossil Fuel Game

NASA Wind Energy Game

Solar Energy Vocabulary Game

Hydroelectric Dam Game

Hydropower in Canada game

Kinetic potential and thermal energy skateboard game

Follow the Carbon cycle game

NASA Keep Transportation Green Game

Layers of Time - Fossil Game

Fossil Hunter

The Pitfall Game

Dig and Deduce game

Paleontology (fossils)

Virtual Dinosaur Dig - Find a Fossil. What is it?

E-Learning Fossils Games

Types of Fossils interactive

Fossils Game

Fossils Videos (Livingstone Elementary)

Fossil Fuels