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Science Sites To Use With Students

  1. Arty the Part-time Astronaut- Explore the solar system with Arty the part-time Astronaut! This site features fun, interactive games and movies that help children learn about the solar system.
  2. Bill Nye, The Science Guy- A really fun site for learning science.
  3. Bug Bios- This site offers an entomological insect database complete with photos and descriptions.
  4. Brain Pop- Animated movies on health, science, and technology.
  5. Education 4 Kids- Offers on-line science drill games.
  6. How Stuff Works- Have you ever wondered how the engine in your car works or what makes the inside of your refrigerator cold? Then How Stuff Works is the place for you!
  7. Insectclopedia.com- Everything you ever wanted to know about bugs.
  8. KidsAstronomy- Astronomy website designed to be used in classrooms and computer labs. Teachers can find online lesson plans, or let KidsAstronomy.com teach your entire class for free.
  9. Multimedia Molecule Extravaganza- Explore animated multimedia movies of DNA and other complex molecules.
  10. Satellite Passes Over North American Cities- This web page allows users to determine when certain selected spacecraft will be in range for visual observations or for radio communications.
  11. Sci4Kids- A series of stories about what scientists do and is geared to kids about 8 to13 years old.
  12. Solar Cooking Archive- Learn how to build your own solar oven..
  13. The Garden Helper- The Garden Helper is a free and easy to use gardening and landscaping guide for the 'less experienced' gardener. Feel free to download any of the flower, plant, and nature photographs.
  14. Topo Zone- This site has "The Web's first interactive topo map of the entire United States."
  15. World Time Zone- Updated every 5 minutes, this site tells time for the world.

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