Science Sites To Use With Students
- 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.
- Bill Nye, The Science Guy- A really
fun site for learning science.
- Bug Bios- This site offers an
entomological insect database complete with photos and descriptions.
- Brain Pop- Animated movies on
health, science, and technology.
- Education 4 Kids- Offers on-line
science drill games.
- 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!
- Insectclopedia.com- Everything
you ever wanted to know about bugs.
- 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.
- Multimedia Molecule
Extravaganza- Explore animated multimedia movies of DNA and other
- 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.
- Sci4Kids- A series of
stories about what scientists do and is geared to kids about 8 to13 years
- Solar Cooking Archive- Learn
how to build your own solar oven..
- 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.
- World Time Zone- Updated
every 5 minutes, this site tells time for the world.