Science4Fun http://science4fun.info/ Science4Fun is place for the kids to learn science with interesting science topics and fun experiments.
AsapSCIENCE - Your Weekly Dose of SCIENCE [YouTube] https://www.youtube.com/user/asapscience AsapSCIENCE - Your Weekly Dose of SCIENCE - YouTube Channel
Understand the science in your own life! Our weekly videos cover all sorts of quirky and mind blowing science. So what are you waiting for? Subscribe - It's FREE!
Wonderville http://wonderville.ca/ Wonderville is an interactive science-learning environment that is filled with trustworthy educational activities.
Each high-quality activity is directly linked to the Alberta program of studies for grades 3 to 7.
Created in 2003 by Science Alberta Foundation, Wonderville.ca addresses the need to communicate with children in a format they understand. It is also an ideal way for teachers to incorporate science learning and ICT outcomes into computer labs and interactive homework assignments.
Science Activities http://www.education.com/activity/science/ Education.com is a resource for busy parents who wish to understand better their children’s progress in education and development of social skills. This information empowers parents to improve and contribute to their kids’ success.
Everyday Mysteries http://www.loc.gov/rr/scitech/mysteries/ Everyday Mysteries will help you get the answers to these and many other of life's most interesting questions through scientific inquiry. In addition, we will introduce you to the Library of Congress' rich collections in science and technology.
Did you ever wonder why a camel has a hump? If you can really tell the weather by listening to the chirp of a cricket? Or why our joints make popping sounds? These questions deal with everyday phenomena that we often take for granted, but each can be explained scientifically.
Science Clips at the BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/scienceclips/index_flash.shtml Science Clips at the BBC
Characteristics of materials | Changing circuits | Changing sounds | Changing state | Circuits and conductors | Earth, Sun and Moon Forces and movement | Forces in action | Friction | Gases around us | Growing plants | Grouping and changing materials | Habitats | Health and growth | Helping plants grow well | How we see things | Interdependence and adaptation | Keeping healthy | Keeping warm | Life cycles | Light and dark | Light and shadows | Magnets and springs | Micro organisms | Moving and growing | Ourselves | Pushes and pulls | Plants and animals in the local environment | Reversible and irreversible changes | Rocks and soils | Sorting and using materials | Sound and hearing | Solids and liquids | Teeth and eating | Using electricity | Variation |
The Naked Scientists Online http://www.thenakedscientists.com A lively BBC science radio show available in text and audio formats. The site also contains a library of science articles on a variety of topics, science book reviews, interviews with famous scientists, and a science discussion forum tackling science questions on any subject.
Science across the World http://www.ase.org.uk/resources/science-across-the-world/ Science across the World
Join the thousands of schools around the World where students are exchanging information, opinions and ideas on a variety of science topics with young people in every continent. Explore this web site to see the wide range of topics and free resources in several languages.
Science News for Kids https://student.societyforscience.org/sciencenews-students Science News for Kids is a new Web site devoted to science news for children of ages 9 to 13.
Our goal is to offer timely items of interest to kids, accompanied by suggestions for hands-on activities, books, articles, Web resources, and other useful materials.
Our emphasis is on making the Web site appealing by offering kids opportunities to comment on the subject matter, ask questions of scientists featured in articles, try out mathematical puzzles, and submit their own work for possible Web publication. At the same time, we are interested in offering teachers creative ways of using science news in their classrooms.
At present, we have six such zones: a weekly brainteaser for those who enjoy solving and inventing puzzles (PuzzleZone), entertaining science-fiction composition exercises for those interested in writing (SciFiZone), and weekly science fair profiles and tips (ScienceFairZone). The GameZone contains a small selection of logic and memory games, implemented as Java applets. The TeacherZone has materials, some related to the feature article of the week, so that teachers can bring science news topics to the classroom. The LabZone features a weekly hands-on activity. In the future, we might add additional zones, for example, for kids interested in robotics, the environment, computers, mathematics, or veterinary medicine and animals.
Sandlot Science http://www.sandlotscience.com/ Intriguing exhibits and real-time demonstrations include illusions, "brain candy" (games and puzzles), science projects, and more.
100s of Original Exhibits - Real Time Demonstrations | Live! INTERACTIVE
A Guided Tour of the Visible Human http://www.madsci.org/~lynn/VH/ The Visible Human Project has generated over 18000 digitized sections of the body. The animations and images in this tour use a few of these images to demonstrate planes of section and other introductory concepts in anatomy.
ScienceMaster http://www.ScienceMaster.com We are the Internet's science learning website, offering students, parents and teachers a friendly environment to support public & private school science education and home learning. At ScienceMaster, each major science category has its own Home Page, chock full of information, news, links, pictures, products and services, with the best content from NASA, the USGS, the EPA, NOAA & leading colleges & universities. ScienceMaster is the place to learn about the universe, or space, volcanos, and global warming, to explore plants, animals or DNA, and discover the world of physics and chemistry.
School Science http://www.schoolscience.co.uk/ The site is made from interactive electronic resources (e-sources). Each one contains written information, pictures, animations, quick questions and a glossary.
The leading site for free content about
school science and its applications
Rutherford experiment (A world of particles)| Interactive rock cycle | The digestive system (Medicines and drugs) | Sorting exercise (Finding oils) | Try a synthesis (The chemistry of smells) | Cystic fibrosis (Medical research update) | The periodic table | Penetrating powers of alpha, beta and gamma radiations | Proton structure (A world of particles) | Animation (Medicines and drugs) | Labelling a diagram (The chemistry of steelmaking) | The science of audio systems | The human genome project | Contraception beyond 2000 | How long is a DNA molecule? |
Cool Science for Kids http://www.hhmi.org/coolscience/ The Howard Hughes Medical Institute
invites curious kids to explore biology...
on screen, off screen, and in between.
Eat roots? Eat stems? NO WAY!!! Leap into our
Dive into a miniature world —without a microscope
Meet the dust— and other strange stuff
—in your air. Do we really breathe this?
Butterflies don't look like caterpillars.
What's the connection?
Why are snakes like lizards, and monkeys
Snow crystals and snowflakes http://www.its.caltech.edu/~atomic/snowcrystals/ This site is all about snow crystals and snowflakes. Although a common meteorological phenomenon, snow crystal growth is a fascinating and poorly understood process, in which remarkably complex and beautifully symmetric structures appear, quite literally, out of thin air. The many facets of snow crystals are described here, along with our attempts to understand their formation.
Try Science http://tryscience.org/ TryScience.org is your gateway to experience the excitement of contemporary science and technology through on and offline interactivity with science and technology centers worldwide. Science is exciting, and it's for everyone! That's why TryScience and over 400 science centers worldwide invite you to investigate, discover, and try science yourself.
Digital Anatomist Project http://sig.biostr.washington.edu/projects/da/ The long term goal of the Digital Anatomist project is an anatomy information system that is available from any desktop computer on the network. The development of this system is driven by the needs of students learning anatomy, but the system has now evolved to a state where it is used by clinicians as well.
An Introduction to Microscopy http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/intro/ The light microscope is an instrument that is available to almost everyone. For a reasonable price you can obtain a good instrument. The following pages introduce you to the world of the microscope.
Extreme Science http://www.extremescience.com/ Ever wondered what the biggest, baddest and the best are in the natural world? Check out the gallery of world records in science and meet some of the way cool scientists who are out on the edge studying this stuff!
Schools Online http://urbanext.illinois.edu/SchoolsOnline/index.html "Schools Online" offers a diverse group of K-12 activities. Join Squirmin' Herman the Worm in his underground world, or assist Detective LePlant as he explores the mysteries of plant science with his partners Bud & Sprout. Teachers will find lesson plans & activities on incubation & embryology, & students can learn what it feels like to grow older & what happens to our bodies as we age.
The Mad Scientist Network http://www.madsci.org/ Answers to over 7,000 questions .. plus links .. plus the option to send your own question to the "Mad Scientist"