- The Black Hole
Gang - Explore the site to learn about the science
adventures of Matt, Wei Ling, Rosa, A.J., and Newton.
- The Bubblesphere -
Bubble blowing, bubble solutions, bubble history, bubble
fun, bubble games, bubble machines and bubble trivia are
found on this website...
Cave of Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc - On Sunday, December 18,
1994, Jean-Marie Chauvet led his two friends, Éliette
Brunel and Christian Hillaire, on the Cirque d'Estre toward
- The Children's Museum
- Games and Activities.
- The Exploratorium
- A hands-on museum of science, art, and human perception
in San Francisco.
- The Franklin Institute
- The Greens - a kid-friendly site about looking after the planet.
Microbe Zoo - The DLC-ME includes the Microbe Zoo,
Microbes in the News, Meet the Scientists, and more!.
- The Chandra X-ray Observatory Center
- Gateway to the universe of x-ray astronomy!
International Boiling Point Project - In this international
project students discover which factor in a boiling point
experiment has the greatest influence on boiling pointl.
- The Science
Museum's - Offers information on the history of science,
industry and medicine and how their impact on our lives.
- The Science Spot- A selection of science
activities, lessons, and worksheets by Mrs. Tracy Trimpe.
- The Why Files - Your
source for science behind the news.
- The Yuckiest Site on the Internet! - Contains a ton of information, cool science experiments,
yucky body facts, and also information about worms and
- U.S. Geological Survey's
(USGS) Water Science for Schools web site!
- Web Weather for Kids - Atmospheric science experiments for kids. Create a thunderstorm,
lightning, tornadoes right in your classroom or at home.
- WebElementsTM Periodic Table - Information
about elements such as hydrogen, copper, gold, and uranium
- Why is the sky blue? - A clear cloudless day-time sky is blue because molecules in the air scatter blue light from the sun more than they scatter red light.
- Glossary of scientific terms, wildlife industry jargon
and ecological concepts.
- X-Ray for Kids
Related Activities, Experiments, and Lesson Plans
- A wide variety of aerospace activities and lesson plans
have been generated by active teachers, educators, and
NASA engineers and scientists under the sponsorship of
the NASA Glenn LTP.
Schoolhouse and Microsoft® Education - Lesson
plans and student activities for K-12 educators.
- Math, Science and Technology Education
- Java Activities. From University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Partners - A Bilingual Instructional Program.
- SeaWorld/Busch Gardens
Teachers Guides - Animal Resources, Shamu TV®,
Teacher Guides, Educational Programs, Adventure Camps,
and Astronomy - Find lesson plans, things to make,
ideas, activities, resources for teaching a theme on outer
space, solar system and the planets.
Lesson Plans - Math, Science, Music, Language Arts,
art, Social Studies, Internet, computer, and parents.
- The Lesson Plan Library offers weather lesson plans