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Attention students, families, and friends, if you find any links that might enrich any of the classroom modules, feel free to send them to Mr. Mancilla!


Synergy ITC - This is the website that takes you to Synergy ITC and can allow you to access all the module activities from home.

Pitsco Robo Review - A test review game for the modules that is web based!  You may need to download an additional software program for it, and I found it works best with Internet Explorer.

Bridge Basics - To be used with our 8th Grade Toothpick Bridge Project.

ESPN Sports Science Videos

Cool Science Careers - An interactive website from Rice University where students learn more and investigate different careers in science. - A variety of coding activities from (look for Students - Learn it in minutes)

Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture Studio -

Garbage Dreams - An interesting story about a community that recycles 80% of their waste.  And a game to challenge you to do the same.  My record...60% with a score of 2059.  Thanks Jimmy L. - One of my favorite sites for teaching young adults about their civic duties.  There are many games and activities dealing with famous law cases from the past 100 years. - A cool website to get more females involved in engineering!

Journey Through the Digestive System - Take a sandwich through the digestive system!  Thanks Laura and Alexandra.

Cargo Bridge Builder - Back by popular demand, use your knowledge of trusses and bridges to build bridges of various lengths and complete the task at hand.  Thanks Nathan and Maryam! 

Burgled Bonuses - A game from TruTv, solve the mystery using your knowledge of forensics, inductive, and deductive reasoning.  Thanks Jenna and Christina.

Garbage Truck Drive - A game loosely related to Garbology.  Practice driving and picking up garbage but watch out for these obsticles.  Thanks Oliwer and Ashley.

Sky Kings Racing - From FOG games.  Use a plain and navigate through different checkpoints.  Thanks Karina K.

Isoball 3 - From  Use strategy to get the ball in the hole.  Thanks Oliwer.

Bloxorz - A math game where you use strategy to solve different puzzles. From Thanks Kyle and Nicole!

Light-Bot - Program a robot to move and turn on a light. My new favorite! Thanks Tyler E.

The Sum of All Thrills – A game from Math Moves where you can create your own theme park. Thanks Colin R.

Tower Bloxx - Build a town by creating many small towers.  A traditional tower stacking game.  Thanks Saad and Jacob.

Fingerprint Matching Activity - From Wonderville, try to find Proton the cat using suspects fingerprints.  Thanks Ria W. and Anna S.

CSI: The Experience - Another one from Rice University - Get involved with different level of crime scences as a Forensic Scientist.  Thanks Syney and Riley!

Science Game Center - This will take you to multiple games that deal with science for middle school students.  From - Thanks Sydney and Riley!

Cool Science Careers - From Rice University, explore different science careers that interest you and then get involved with them online.  Thanks Sydney and Riley!

Into Space 2 - Try to land a rocket on the moon and collect cash to upgrade your items.  A sequal to my favorite game, but also more complex.  Thanks Payton and Danielle!

Nuts and Bolts - You have to find the correct wooden beam length to get to a nut and try to reach the end point of a beam.  Thanks to Jack P. 

Surgery Squad - Perform different types of surgeries.  Please choose only school appropriate surgeries.  Thanks to Jake T. 

Laser Defense - Try to stop the moving items using a variety of different lasers.  My record is level 80...Beat it if you can.  Thanks to Alex B.

Wireframe Skeleton - Adjust a wireframe skeleton and experiment with the human body.  Thanks Nick G. and Frank K.

MSI Chicago – Online Activities that you can try at home. 

Energyville – Learn about energy uses while you build your own city.  Thanks to Trevor, Jeremy, Jenna and Alex.

Park My Plane – Challenge yourself to park airplanes and get them to the runway in a timed event.  Thanks to Jamie R.

Roller Coaster Creator 2 – Build a roller coaster part 2.  Thanks to Veronica K. and Johnny D.

TU 95 – A flying game that helps with the basics of flight technology.  Fun and difficult.  Thanks to Andrew D. 

The Laser Game – Activate all the sensors by hitting them with lasers.  Thanks Lara and Gillian.

Glasgow Science Investigation – Someone has stolen Birdbot and it’s up to you to find out who stole him using forensics.  Thanks to Angelica and Marta.

TruTV Forensic Files Game – 3 different games from Forensic Files on TruTV.  Thanks to Angelica and Marta.

Circuit Game – A game of turning pies to make a circuit print.  Thanks Natalia R and Amanda H.

FETCH! Goes Green – 5 games with everybody’s favorite PBS Kids character Ruff Ruffman.  Thanks Liz and Sydney.

EERE Kids – 6 games based around how to save the environment.  Thanks Sydney P. and Liz J.

Into Space – Try to navigate your rocket to the moon.  Thanks to Alex T. 

Recycle Roundup – How many pieces of recyclable, non-recyclable, and biodegradable trash can you pick up and sort?  Thanks to Natalia R.

Wall-E Trash Tower – Remove supports for a towers truss to see how long it can stay up.  Thanks to Elle.

Waste Recycler – A hidden object game where you search for recyclable items listed on the top of the screen.  How many can you find?

Keyboard Games for Kids – A combination of keyboarding games including type type revolution!

CellCraft -
Help platypus scientists save their species from an impending meteor collision by turning to
science. (Thanks to Richard M)

Typing Test
– Challenge yourself to a typing test to see how many words you can type per minutes and
check your accuracy.  Mr. Mancilla is 68 words per minute with 98% accuracy!

The Cracker Barrel Game – My favorite game from the local Cracker Barrel online

Operation Heart Transplant – From NOVA figure out how to transplant a heart in 19 easy steps.  Thanks Goda and Monica.

United States Department of Energy – has information on renewable energy.

Energy for Kids – another website from the Department of Energy with games about different
alternative energies.

Climate Challenge – Save the European Nations from climate dangers in this interesting game about global warming.  Thanks to Adriana M and Patrick H.

Kids Konnect – Human Body – explains the 11 body systems with neat pictures and other cool links

Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing – A Stanford University site for kids that explain how everyday items are made including jelly beans and chocolate!!!

British Heart Foundation Healthy Heart Games – A series of games from the BHF.   Thanks Goda and Monica.

How Circuits Work – Teaches how a circuit works and explains electricity.  Thanks Hayley and Rebecca.

The Plumber Game – Connect the pipes to have water drain (Thanks Collin and Billy)

Discover Engineering – Awesome site with lots of interactive activities to do with engineering and some great games!

Architect Studio 3D – From the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust experience this awesome program that allows you to create and design your own place.  Excellent introduction for future architects!

EdHeads – Go replace a knee, do some brain surgery, or complete other activities in this interactive website.

Virtual Mummy – This doesn’t have to do much with Applied Tech, but it’s one of my favorite links from when I taught social studies.  Can you practice your mummifying skills?

Build-a-Roller Coaster – A site from Discovery Kids to see the fun factor of your coaster.  Thanks to Kathy U. and Nicole M.

CSI – Well sort of, use your Canine Sniffer Intelligence to solve a mystery from Fetch on PBS Kids.

Mission to Mercury – A neat little mission for students who have completed the Rocketry and Space module.

DragonflyTV, Mechanical Madness -  A kinetic sculpture needs your help to make these machines work.

Goldburger To Go – A Rube Goldberg game from PBS.  Make a simple task extremely difficult using a series of simple machines! 

Tom and Jerry Trap-O-Matic – Another Rube Goldberg type game but using our favorite cat and mouse, Tom and Jerry!

The Blobz Electric Circuits – The Blobz Guide to electric circuits.  Learn and explore more about how circuits work and practice completing your own circuit.

Rocket Robin – A rocket game that uses thrust to measure how much altitude a rocket can get.  Thanks to Emily and Dean for this site.  My personal record is 4423.16 meters.  

Funergy! – Includes Lolly vs. The Energy Monkies and Watts the answer?  Thanks to Oscar and Joe. .

The Space Place from NASA – Videos, games, and activities that deal with rockets.  Thanks Emily and Rebecca

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