A variable is described as a symbol for a number we do not know yet it is usually the X or Y. Variables can be more than one number. In elementary variable is usually assemble and commonly a single letter that represents the specific number called the value of the variable. In more advanced math of variable is a symbol for a mathematical object which can be a number, a factor, a matrix or even a function. In computer science a variable represents some values stored in computer memory.

Variable & Science Based Games

Gravity Games

Friction Games

Magnetic Forces

Magnets and Springs

Nuclear Fission Impossible Game

Nuclear fusion energy game

Chemical Reaction Nuclear fission Mania Rat Game

If You Don't React You Better Escape chemical nuclear fusion reaction game

Create a Compound with Chemical Bonding Game

Chemical Compound Conundrum Game

Chemicals Chemicals Everywhere! Math Game

Atomic Structure Atom Busting Game

Exploring atomic bonds game

The World of Atoms Atomic Structure Game

Elemental Sorting on the Periodic Table game

Solids Liquids or Gases atomic structure game

Protons Neutrons and Electrons Game

Build an Atom Game

Science Games

Atomic Structure Games

Periodic Table Games

pH Scale Games

Chemistry Games

Acids and Bases

 Describing Motion interactive - click on the plus sign to move through the games

Science Clips

Test Your Reaction Speed

Park World Plot

Friction & Gravity Games

Pushes and Pulls

Forces & Movement

The Particle Adventure - The Fundamentals of Matter and Force

projectile motion

The Command Machine

Matter and Energy

Thermal Energy

Magnets & Magnetic Force

Science Clips

All about forces & Test Yourself

Gravity, stretching & compression & Test Yourself

Friction & Test Yourself

Balanced & unbalanced forces & Test Yourself

Magnetic forces & Test Yourself

Free Flash Presentations

Science Games

Free Presentations in PowerPoint format

 

The Scientific Method

Measurements

Metric System

Free Flash Presentations

Science Games

Free Presentations in PowerPoint format