Below you will find a list (randomly ordered) of links to various physics sites covering a wide range of topics. These may provide a nice starting point for doing outside research projects.
These are some really amazing videos of physics demos covering all topics in physics.
This should be a complete collection of the Wake Froest University physics demos.
This is the Wake Forest University physics department demo guide.
This is a series of graphical animations of E&M concepts involving field theory.
This is an astronomical photograph changed each week by some folks at NASA.
This is apparently the home page of a branch of NASA studying gama rays from deep space.
This is a web site tutoring page for physics students. This might make a fun supplement to what we are doing. Feel free to explore.
This is the homepage for ThinkQuest, a site supporting student efforts in all disciplines.
This is a great little graphic animation for the operation of an airplane wing.
Here are some links that you ought to find useful for preparing your Great America materials.
Annenberg CPB Project Site on Amusement Park Physics
Glenbrook South/North Web Site - Lots of great stuff!
More Glenbrook stuff.
Info on another site, but with electronically gathered data
Argonne site. Lot's of very hard data - a little difficult to analyze, but it's ALL there!