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Flash Projects

space personYou can find many examples of Flash technology on the web. The following links take you to websites that contain Flash projects. Explore these projects to refine your skills at evaluation, as well as a source for ideas. Pay particular attention to how the page directs user attention to the Flash elements. While some of these projects runs automatically, in other cases you'll need to look for a button to start the Flash program.

In some instances, the links will take you directly to the Flash program. Other times you may have to search around to find the Flash elements. In other words, not every element you find on these pages will be a Flash program. Try right-clicking within an element frame for identification of the Flash Player. Learn to identify and recognize different Flash products.

Use the following links to access the links on this page:

   

Student, Teacher, and School Projects

The following projects were create by students.

Here are some teacher and school examples:

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Subject Area Flash Projects

General Topics

BBC

Drive of Your Life - Career Exploration

Pauly Playhouse (Learning Games)

PBS Kids

Freedomknot - Tying your shoes (Interactive Tutorial, Procedure)

National Geographic

Educational Games at Nobel Prize (Games & Simulations)

Interactive Learning Activities and Games from Scholastic

Professor Garfield

Travel Ideas from the Travel Channel

WickED Interactives from New Zealand

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Communication, Language Arts, Literature

Bookpop

BritSpeak from PBS (Matching Word Game)

ESL & EFL Games

Game Goo

Interesting Things (ESL & EFL)

Knowing Poe from Thinkport (Exploration)

Language - French from what2learn (Q&A)

Do You Speak American from PBS

Nathaniel Hawthorne from PEM

Read Write Think Student Materials (Interactive Tools)

Spelling from what2learn (Q&A)

   

Fine Arts

Art Games (Games)

Artist's Toolkit (Interactive Tools)

A Dancer's Journal (Escrapbook, Primary Documents)

Hands on Crafts (Tutorials)

Invention at Play

Museum of Modern Art Online Activities

NGA Kids (Interactive Tools)

Peabody Essex Museum

A Prisoner's Sketchbook (Escrapbook, Primary Documents)

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Health and Physical Education

Dying to be Thin (Interactive Glossary)

Edheads Virtual Knee Surgery (Simulation)

Food Technology from what2learn (Q&A)

Healthy Hopping

MyPyramid.gov (Simulation)

Out on a Limb (Simulation)

Physical Education from what2learn (Q&A)

Stupid.ca - Tobacco education site from Government of Ontario, CA

Thinkport

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Math

Ambleside

The Drake Equation (Interactive Tool)

Early Math: Grades 1 & 2 from PBSKids

Infinite Secrets: Pi (Interactive Tool)

Mad Money (Game)

Math Activities from what2learn (Q&A)

Mathsite

Oswego

Pauly's Games

Thinkport

Vector Kids

What 2 Learn: Math

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Music and Performing Arts

Arizona Opera

Arts Alive Canada

Brave No World Jukebox

Corridos sin Fronteras from the Smithsonian

Dallas Symphony

EARS from The Conservatory

Listen to The Nightingale from ArtsEdge

New York Philharmonic Kidzone (Games)

Playing with Shadows

San Francisco Symphony

Storytellers and their Tales from ArtsEdge

Thumb Piano Tunes from PBSKids (Tool)

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Science

ASPIRE Physics Labs

BBC Science Clips (Interactive Activities)

The Blobz Guide to Electric Circuits (Simulation)

Brainpop (Quiz, Simulation)

Dinosphere Activities (Spanish Versions)

Discovery Channel (Animal Planet)

DNA: From Crime to Conviction from CourtTV

EdHeads

The Elements (Animated Song)

Frog Guts (Simulation) - subscription service

How Stuff Works (Animations)

Let's Talk about Insects (Tutorial)

Lunar Phases

Geoterra (Simulation)

Global Tribe from PBS (Interactive Slide Show)

How the Body Works

Monterey Bay Aquarium

Name that Bug from Orkin (Problem Solving, Q&A)

NASA

National Geographic

NOVA from PBS
In most cases you'll need to click "Launch Interactive" or "Launch Slide Show" for the Flash to begin.

Ology from American Museum of Natural History (Interactives

P.O.V. Environment from PBS (Tutorial)

Science Activities from what2learn (Practice)

Science NetLinks (Interactives)

Secrets and Sea (Simulation)

Smithsonian - Math, Science, & Technology Online Exhibitions

Thinkport

This Old Habitat (Simulation)

Underground Adventure - Virtual Tour from the Field Museum (photos) (Virtual Tour, Interactive Map)

Windward from Cable in the Classroom

Zoom from PBSKids

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Social Studies

BBC

Ben's Guide to US Government K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

Building America from the National Building Museum

Discovery Channel

Elections from Cable in the Classroom

Eternal Egypt

Frontline from PBS

Great Lodges from PBS

Growth of a Nation (Animated Map)

History Channel

Keys to History from the Musee McCord Museum

Mesoamerican Ballgame

National Geographic

PBS

Peabody Essex Museum

Smithsonian - Art and Social Studies Online Exhibitions

Wayback from PBS

Museum of Costume

Splendid American History (Information)

Stop Bullying Now! (Story, Persuasion)

Theban Mapping Project (Choose the Atlas of the Valley of Kings and Theban Necropolis)

ThinkPort

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

U Street in Focus: Exploring Washington's Historic Neighborhood (Virtual Field Trip)

Vector Kids: US Capitals

Visible Traces from Asia Society (Puzzle)

Winged Sandals (Simulation)

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Informational

Electronic Books

Museum Exhibits

American Museum of Natural History

Tools

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Entertainment

Electronic Greeting Cards

Diaries, Journals, Logs

Games

Humor, Parodies, and Political Satire

Puzzles

Promotions and Advertising

Music

Mixed Animations

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Award Winners

Explore the following award winning projects to see the wide variety of Flash applications.

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Flash Websites

The following websites contain a wide variety of Flash games, animations, music, and more. Keep in mind that they may not all be appropriate for children or young adults.

Flash Blogs

If you'd like to keep up on the latest Flash activities, check out some of the following blogs:

Personal and Professional Flash Portfolios

Flash Tutorials

Flash Developer Websites

Flash Example Websites

Many websites simply link to other Flash websites. These can be useful when you're seeking project or troubleshooting ideas.

Other Examples

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