Academics Mazes

History - General
  • 1.
    History of Art 101

    Think you know the history of art? Try this Art Basics maze by Kim Cataldo to find out!

    History of Art 101

    Think you know the history of art? Try this Art Basics maze by Kim Cataldo to find out!

    2.
    History of the Civil War

    This is a starting point for those who'd like to know more about the civil war. Co-authored by our colleagues at http://www.hstry.co

    History of the Civil War

    This is a starting point for those who'd like to know more about the civil war. Co-authored by our colleagues at http://www.hstry.co

    3.
    Philosophy & Ethics 101 [DRAFT]

    Philosophy & Ethics 101 raises some long-standing philosophical questions in the context of modern technology.PLEASE SEND SUGGESTIONS TO IMPROVE THIS MAZE TO: contact@mazefire.com.

    Philosophy & Ethics 101 [DRAFT]

    Philosophy & Ethics 101 raises some long-standing philosophical questions in the context of modern technology.PLEASE SEND SUGGESTIONS TO IMPROVE THIS MAZE TO: contact@mazefire.com.

    4.
    Ron McNair Scholars Maze

    Test your knowledge of the McNair Scholars Program and NASA Astronaut Ron McNair. Authored by U-Mass Boston Biology Professor William Hagar.

    Ron McNair Scholars Maze

    Test your knowledge of the McNair Scholars Program and NASA Astronaut Ron McNair. Authored by U-Mass Boston Biology Professor William Hagar.

K12 - General
  • 1.
    American History for Kids

    American History Tidbits: Where does your family fit in? Tell your children!

    American History for Kids

    American History Tidbits: Where does your family fit in? Tell your children!

    2.
    Chemistry for Kids (at Heart)

    The beginnings of chemistry . . . Next try Chem100a and Chem100b.

    Chemistry for Kids (at Heart)

    The beginnings of chemistry . . . Next try Chem100a and Chem100b.

    3.
    Guess The Animal

    Fun maze for kids - identify the animals shown in the picture

    Guess The Animal

    Fun maze for kids - identify the animals shown in the picture

    4.
    Science for Kids: Beginnings

    For the young scientist in all of us: play WITH your children and help them learn!

    Science for Kids: Beginnings

    For the young scientist in all of us: play WITH your children and help them learn!

K12 - Math
  • 1.
    2 Digit Addition

    2 Digit Addition for grades 2, 3 and 4. Authored by Ankit.

    2 Digit Addition

    2 Digit Addition for grades 2, 3 and 4. Authored by Ankit.

    2.
    Geometry for Kids: Simple Shapes

    Do you know your shapes? Variation on a theme by Brian Griffiths. Maze Exit has some nice resources!

    Geometry for Kids: Simple Shapes

    Do you know your shapes? Variation on a theme by Brian Griffiths. Maze Exit has some nice resources!

    3.
    Simple 1 Digit Addition

    Simple 1 Digit Addition for grade 2, 3 and 4.

    Simple 1 Digit Addition

    Simple 1 Digit Addition for grade 2, 3 and 4.

    4.
    Simple 1 Digit Subtraction

    Simple 1 Digit Subtraction for grade 2 and 3

    Simple 1 Digit Subtraction

    Simple 1 Digit Subtraction for grade 2 and 3

    5.
    Simple Fractions - Addition

    Learn and test your knowledge of addition of simple fractions

    Simple Fractions - Addition

    Learn and test your knowledge of addition of simple fractions

    6.
    Simple Fractions - Subtraction

    Learn and test your knowledge of subtraction of fractions

    Simple Fractions - Subtraction

    Learn and test your knowledge of subtraction of fractions

Research - General
  • 1.
    Are YOU smarter than a grad student?

    This sampling of NU Biology Graduate Student findings, presented at the 5th Annual NU Graduate Biology Symposium, illustrates the host of ongoing research projects within the Biology Department. And so we ask, are YOU smarter than our graduate student researchers? Topics Include: microbiology, worm reproduction and immortality, reproductive and mitochondrial biology, regeneration, cell fate, gene sequencing, antibiotics, rotifers and more.

    Are YOU smarter than a grad student?

    This sampling of NU Biology Graduate Student findings, presented at the 5th Annual NU Graduate Biology Symposium, illustrates the host of ongoing research projects within the Biology Department. And so we ask, are YOU smarter than our graduate student researchers? Topics Include: microbiology, worm reproduction and immortality, reproductive and mitochondrial biology, regeneration, cell fate, gene sequencing, antibiotics, rotifers and more.

    2.
    Reproductive Biology 101

    NU Biology is a leader in Reproductive Biology Research with emphasis on cell biology, physiology and reproductive stem cells.

    Reproductive Biology 101

    NU Biology is a leader in Reproductive Biology Research with emphasis on cell biology, physiology and reproductive stem cells.

    3.
    Zebrafish Neurobiology & Behavior I

    Zebrafish Neurobiology & Behavior--featuring larval locomotion (for the zebrafish aficionado). Ping professor@mazefire.com if stuck.

    Zebrafish Neurobiology & Behavior I

    Zebrafish Neurobiology & Behavior--featuring larval locomotion (for the zebrafish aficionado). Ping professor@mazefire.com if stuck.

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