Learn elementary principles of chemistry.
These really are easy. Pull one out to have fun while learning science facts quickly at home.
Kids have fun learning about all of the 'ologies at this truly educational site from the American Museum of Natural History.
Although Space Day was May 22, your child can still visit this site for one of the best interactive space learning experiences on the Web (and there are lots of them out there).
Chemistry, Electricity, Food, Earth Science and more projects that are sure to interest kids.
Click on a science or nature topic to see a movie, find activity sheets, do an experiment, and more.
See bugs under a scanning electron microscope. Very cool.
Excellent science games site from Howad Hughes Medical Institute.
I never knew bugs could be so beautiful. Your entire family will enjoy this site. Be sure to let your child try the zoom-in feature.
See some cool pictures of how things might have been.
The fun science magazine for kids is online with lots of learning activities that teach as they entertain.
Companion site to the radio series. Listen to all their shows online, see today's sky chart, much more.
Click on the insect to learn the different body parts.
From Nova Online, survival science, strategies, and stories.
Very cool projects include quadrants and cross-staffs plus Starship Earth - A Field Trip in Time.
One of the classic science Web sites. Fantastic!
Learn the science and history of flight, then design your own model aircraft.
The definitive frog site. I love how the graphics load quickly at The Exploratorium.
A really helpful article with activities from the U.S. Department of Education.
Just fascinating, especially for those of us who haven't a clue how stuff works.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation's gateway to online science
Plain language questions and answers from New Scientist magazine.
Online unit of study from The Franklin Institute.
New gateway for kids' at NASA.
From the American Museum of Natural History, includes Web-based science learning and exploration.
National Geographic has a fantastic site for families, full of interesting, fun, and educational resources for kids and parents to enjoy. Start with the Parents Guide and explore for a while. You'll love it!
Web site to accompany the PBS series includes movies, puzzles, and learning.
Kids learn about the brain and nervous system. Lesson, games, learning activities. For grades 3 - 12. Fantastic!
Visit the indepth features to accompany the PBS Nova programs.
The gateway to all the fantastic resources PBS has for science education.
A special section at PBS Science devoted to K-12 Education.
Learn basic concepts of physics at this fun site.
Online family science activities from The Exploratorium.
Science products and projects.
Great starting point for your child's first Science Fair Project.
Science projects, games, and learning for families.
Extensive collaboration between the National Science Foundation, UNISYS Corporation, and science museums and schools across the U.S. Dig around here to find their extensive resources.
From PBS, a history of science in the 20th century.
This will grab your child's interest and teach about science at the same time.
Elementary astronomy from NASA.
Learn about Biology for grades 5 and up from the University of Arizona.
Multimedia exploration of the solar system.
This is great! Science news and features for kids, how things work, at-home projects, brain bumpers, and real kids in science. Perfect for the elementary-age child, challenging, informative, and fun.