Creepy crawlies are everywhere! Trying to identify some in your backyard? This is the place to look!
Solve science puzzles, do your own scientific investigations, or learn more about what scientists do on the job.
Climate Kids offers kids clear answers to questions on global climate change through sections on weather, air, the ocean, fresh water, carbon, energy, plants and animals and technology. Includes educational games, activities, crafts, videos and information on green careers.
Learn about energy and try some fun games and activities. Discover what energy is, where it comes from, how to use and save energy, and more! Also includes fabulous content for teachers and classrooms.
A children’s version of the Old Farmer’s Almanac. Contains facts about weather, star gazing, history and more.
The Lawrence Hall of Science is UC Berkeley’s public science center; 24/7 Science is the kids page, which includes a variety of science experiments and activities, as well as games and citizen science opportunities.
National Geographic’s site for young readers is one of the best resources for information 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.
Looking for articles about science, history or current events? This interactive site features content for grades 5-8.
Provides a wealth of of activities, information and analysis on a variety of scientific areas including Anthropology, Astronomy, Biology, Earth Science, and Paleontology.
General biology information.
Help with chemistry.
Information about astronomy (planets, stars, etc.)
Provides a science dictionary, scientific calculators and science news plus information on “extreme” earth science and animals.
A full, interactive periodic table of the elements with details on each of them.