Many science subjects to choose from!
Watch a movie and find out what elements make glass change color
and learn how to make your own glass! This site is brought to you
by the Corning Museum of Glass.
Try out these games from the United States Mint! Play
action-filled games, adventurous games, create your
own art, solve puzzles, learn facts, and find out more about coin
collecting! Click on different links to enjoy animations,
information on coins and medals, keep in touch with United States
Mint happenings and holidays, join the collector's club, and find
out how the US mint has changed over the years. This site has been
brought to you by The United States Mint.
Scroll over a photo of caribou and see all the places on a world
map that you can find them! Click on the photo of the caribou
and find out everything you ever wanted to know about them. Also
find out about geography and places, technology, nature and
environment, earth and space, chemistry, people and cultures, and
much, much more! This site also offers and option for kids to
make their voices heard on "Tell us what you think".
This portal offers activities and interactive tools for
exploration of science in our homes and classrooms. Visit HQ
to travel through time, or use their virtual lab.
Ever wonder why you have wax in your ears? Is a computer bug
an insect? Are
footballs really made of pig skin? Learn the answer to these
questions and many more at Wonderopolis.
American Museum of Natural History's website for curious kids of
all ages. Lots of different subjects from
anthropology to zoology.
For groups 11 and under, or 11 and over, this site has
experiments, weather labs and more.
Includes several interactive games, teaching about natural
disasters, space missions, universe rotation and more.
You don't have to be a genius to understand the work of the
Nobel Laureates. These games and simulations, based on Nobel Prize-awarded
achievements, will teach and inspire you while you're having
If you are looking for science education sites that have some
fast answers with a few activities, you might want to
look at one of these sites:
Chem4Kids.com is a free website that teaches
the basics of chemistry to all ages. It
has sections on atoms, matter, elements, the periodic table,
biochemistry, and reactions.
Biology4Kids.com is a free
website that teaches the basics of biology to all ages. There are
sections on cell structure, cell function, the scientific method,
classification, microorganisms, invertebrates, plants, vertebrates,
and animal systems.
Physics4Kids.com is a
website that teaches the basics of physics to all ages. It has
sections on motion, light, thermodynamics, sound, waves,
electricity, magnetism, and modern physics.
Well-known actors from the Screen Actors Guild
Foundation read stories aloud, accompanied by activities and
In these interactives, use your hands, feet, eyes, ears, brain,
imagination and cool tools to experiment, design, test and discover
amazing things about the world around you. It's science and it's
Educational videos, lessons and games for kids K-12, in
many categories. Has brain games, puzzles, quizes and more.
Great way to review many subjects, not just science! Cover
topics for elementary through high school students!
Help engineering director Elena design and manufacture a cell
phone to help senior citizens get the most out of new