Science News for Kids
A collection of the latest science news articles from around the globe.
Learn all about the world around you, from health, science, arts and music to mathematics, technology and even English grammar, by viewing the educational films on this site. Non-subscribers are limited to 30 films per day.
National Geographic Kids
National Geographic’s site for young readers is one of the best resources for information on the Net about the world, its people, and its wildlife. Not only can you read the newest edition of this magazine on-line, you can check out the contests, polls, games and even virtual adventures.
Ology from the American Museum of Natural History
Numerous activities on a range of different subjects including anthropology, archaeology, biodiversity, and brain science.
NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Lots of information on NASA missions, space, technology and the solar system. Includes tutorials, videos and many other interactive features.
Science of Everyday Life
An interactive timeline of inventions from Discovery Education. Learn about inventions and how they shape our everyday life.
Science Fair Projects
Science Fair Project Resource Guide
If you’ve never done a science fair project before, DON’T PANIC! The IPL’s Science Fair Project Resource Guide will help you through the whole project by guiding you to a variety of excellent web resources.
Kitchen Pantry Scientist
Biology, chemistry, physics, food science and more. Simple, inexpensive recipes for real science experiments.
Weather & Environment
Weather Wiz Kids
A veritable wealth of weather information that includes a glossary, terms, jokes, experiments, folklore, an “ask” section, and even access to Doppler sites, hurricane tracking charts, and charts for wind chill, heat index, and temperature conversions.
Weather Channel Kids
The Weather Channel Kids provides interactive weather games, maps, activities and educational teaching materials for classrooms.
EPA Environmental Kids Club
What’s the air quality index? How does the water cycle work? Find the answers to these questions, and many others related to pollution, global warming, and recycling, at this site from the Environmental Protection Agency.
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
Play games focused on earth science, environmental science, weather, oceans and climate change.