Activities and Quizzes on Science
Activities, games, and quizzes on a variety of science topics. Wonderful study aid for children aged 9-13.
Adventures in Science and Technology
Introduces chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, and computer science.
Alaska Science Forum
Groups of articles on a wide array of topics, like volcanoes, geology, and living in the North.
Ask Dr. Universe
All sorts of big and small questions are answered here, and include things that puzzle kids worldwide.
Discovery School: A-to-Z Science
Offers homework help, articles, interactive activities, virtual tours, science fair ideas, and projects for kids.
Environmentally themed articles and activities for kids, a chance to meet animal ambassadors, play games and protect biodiversity with the Bring Back the Wild campaign.
Explain that Stuff
Includes articles about science and technology, including space, computing, and nuclear power.
Presents a mix of science information and activities, from toilets to steam engines. Includes quizzes, games, videos and articles on the science and the history of science.
History Of The Universe
A short history of the universe, earth, life, explained in simple terms. Begins with the big bang theory and ends with the computer age.
How a Galileo Thermometer Works
Illustrated tutorial explains the operation of the Galileo thermometer.
Interactive Science Crosswords
Fill in the answers to the clues in the puzzles and learn about matter, physics, biology and environmental topics.
K-12 Science Jokes And Humor
Jokes organized by topic, including biology, earth science, chemistry, Einstein, math, and physics.
Talks about how fireworks work, the different elements used in fireworks and how buildings are imploded.
Kids' Place: Science Library Adventures
Online science adventures for kindergarten and elementary school students.
A science radio show for kids, updated weekly. Keep up with the latest adventures of the Kinetic City Super Crew and do your own science experiments at home.
Magi Early Eastern Philosophers (And a Great Poet)
Introduction to contributions by Al-Khwarismi, Al-Kindi, and Omar Khayyam in the fields of mathematics, astronomy, medicine, and optics. Period of time discussed is from around 680 AD to 1120 AD in the present day Middle East.
Museum of Science and Technology
Offers online exhibits, games, research topics, and tips for kids.
NASA Education: For Students
Covers stories, pictures, careers, programs, research tools, games, and homework topics by grade, K through 12.
National Science Foundation: News
A multimedia gallery covering hundreds of current scientific discoveries and observations.
Natural History Museum
Fun and games section that provides interactive scientific discovery experiments, such as building a volcano and taking a quiz about dinosaurs.
Hundreds of free resources to download and use at home or school.
Learn a lot about astronomy, paleontology, and the definitions of other "ologies" on this site by taking journeys through space and the Gobi Desert. Includes games and activities and is presented by the American Museum of Natural History.
Ontario Science Centre: Science Zone
Dozens of interactive science activities focus on topics ranging from the human body to computer science.
Educational resource includes history of paper, discusses what paper is and has instructions to make your own paper.
Propane on the Brain
Experiments, games and safety tips for kids in grades K-8.
Schoolscience National Curriculum Science
Written for teachers and students of National Curriculum science in the UK. Covers some biology, chemistry, and physics topics. Well illustrated. Includes some quizzes.
Science Made Simple
Kids get simple, detailed answers to common science questions. Plus great science projects and experiments, science news and interactive unit measurement conversions.
Features photos and details of exhibitions, as well as some educational games. Topics covers agriculture, technology, medicine, mathematics, social sciences, measurements, transportation, communications and weather.
Interactive world includes simple science fair projects, short biographies of inventors, an introduction to the planets, and a timeline that identifies important dates.
About the science behind Procter and Gamble's laundry and cleaning products. Research and development, safety and sustainability issues.
Contains tutorials covering physics, chemistry, sea battles, minerals, china, airplanes and philosophy.
Skytopia - World's Most Unanswered Science Project
Collection of science questions relating to physics, chemistry, sound, music, color and light.
Soap Bubbles: Exploratorium
Explore the forces that mold bubbles, bubble recipes, books about bubbles and links to additional sites.
Explore the world of materials science. Investigate structure, properties, processing and performance to discover the secrets of everyday stuff.
The Black Hole Gang
Learn about the science adventures of Matt, Wei Ling, Rosa, A.J., and Newton. Designed as a resource for kid-friendly science on the web.
The Christopher Columbus Awards
Competition open to students in grades 6, 7 and 8. Three or four students work as a team to identify a problem in their community, research it, and use science to develop an innovative solution.
The Flying Turtle
Illustrated site celebrates and explains the basic scientific principles that govern both nature and human technology.
The World of Agnes Pflumm
Official site for the Agnes Pflumm science education novels. Includes lesson plans, science project help, integrating science and art, links science and literature, and book information. Also includes tips for kids about time management.
Who Wants to Win a Million Dollars? - The Science Game
Test your knowledge of math and science as you work your way to the million dollar level. Although the questions are real, the money, unfortunately, is not.
Zoom around this 3D city playing games and learning about science.