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Astronomy  |  Biology  |  Botany  |  Chemistry  |  Environmental Science
General ScienceGenetics  |  Geology  |  Marine Biology & Oceanography
Science Museums  |  Science Projects  |  Weather

  Astronomy and Space for Kids
All about outer space and the planets.
  NASA Kids
Learn about our earth, astronauts living in space, rockets and airplanes, and more.
  Solar System Exploration
This site is sponsored by NASA and has information about the planets, the latest news about what's happening in our solar system, and the history of space exploration.
  Night Sky
For those who are interested in outer space.
  Bio Interactive
This site, sponsored by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute explores the world of medical biology. There are virtual labs, animations, and a virtual museum.
  Science and Photography Through
the Microscope
See microscopic images of insects, molds, and plants. Check out the "Most Wanted Bugs" to see arresting bug mugs.
  Fun Facts About Fungi
Learn all about fungi from Robert Fogel of the University of Michigan. There are games to play and experiments to do.
  Just For Kids
From the University of Illinois, this site has activities about plants. Most of activities are also available in Spanish like this activity:
Explorando la Vida Secreta de los Arboles
  Michigan 4-H Children's Garden Tour
This site is based on the Children's Garden developed by the Michigan State University Extension program. Go on a virtual tour of the Garden!
  Plant Cell Anatomy
A graphic shows the cross-section of a plant cell. There is also a glossary of plant cell anatomy terms.
  Plants For Kids
A webliography that provides links to different plant sites.
  Periodic Table of the Elements
Presented by the Los Alamos National Laboratory's Chemistry Division this handy table allows the user to click on each symbol to find out more about the element.
  Rader's Chem4Kids.
Offers basic information about elements, atoms, matter, and  biochemistry.
Environmental Science  
  Environmental Kids Club
Learn about the environment and learn to protect it.  Some of the topics in the EPA Student Center are: Environmental Club Projects, Fun Activities, Ecosystems, and Waste & Recycling.
  Kids Recycle Page
This interactive Web site is designed to teach you about the importance of waste reduction, recycling, and solid waste management
General Science (A little bit of everything)
  The Academy of Natural Sciences
Just for Kids
Learn how to save the environment and what different scientists do. There are also crossword puzzles and word searches.
Learn about marine biology, genetics, biodiversity, paleontology, or astronomy from the "Ologists".
  Bill Nye the Science Guy
The Wild and Crazy Science Guy is online. Check out his in-home experiments. Check with your parents if it is O.K. to do them at home!
  Blue Planet Biomes - World Biomes
Take a look at the world's different biomes. Find out what plants and animals live in each.
  For Kids Only - Earth Science Enterprise
This NASA site has information on Earth Sciences with 5 categories: People, Land, Water, Air, and Natural Hazards.
  Eureka! Science
This site has DNA basics for all ages.
This is a site where you can spend hours exploring different areas of science.  There are all types of activities you can do or you can just explore.
  Ready | Kids
A federal agency, also known as FEMA, provides information about preparing for a disaster.
  Frank Potter's Science Gems
This web site claims to have more than 14,000 Science Resources sorted by Category, Subcategory, and Grade Level.
  National Science Digital Library
NSDL is a digital library of exemplary resource collections and services, organized in support of science education at all levels.
  Science Library Adventures
Activities for grades K - 6 in science exploration.
  USGS: The Learning Web
The Learning Web is dedicated to K - 12 education. Explore things on, in, around, and about the Earth, such as land, water, plants, animals, and maps.
  Talking Glossary of Genetic Terms
"The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) created the Talking Glossary of Genetic Terms to help everyone understand the terms and concepts used in genetic research. In addition to definitions, specialists in the field of genetics share their descriptions of terms, and many terms include images, animation and links to related terms. "
  Savage Earth
Learn about the Earth's crust, volcanoes, tsunamis, and earthquakes. This site is based on the PBS series.
  Volcano World
Everything you ever wanted to know about volcanoes. This site, sponsored by Oregon State University, has information on most of the world's volcanoes.
  USGS Earthquake Hazards Program
For Kids Only
Find out about the latest earthquakes, learn cool earthquake facts, plan a science project about earthquakes, and more.
Marine Biology & Oceanography  
  Marine Biology: The Living Oceans
Sponsored by the American Museum Of Natural History, this site has a variety of information about the ocean.
  Ocean Link
There is information about the ocean and marine life for budding oceanographers and marine biologists.
Science Museums  
  American Museum of Natural
History - Ology
Learn about marine biology, genetics, biodiversity, paleontology, or astronomy from the "Ologists".
This is a site where you can spend hours exploring different areas of science.  There are all types of activities you can do or you can just explore.
Science Projects
Website by "Science Bob" Pflugfelder makes science fun for kids.  There are science projects listed here...
  Science Fair Central
A good starting place for grades 4 - 8.
  Successful Science Fair Projects
A great place to read about what makes a good project, or not.
  Your Science Fair Project Resource Guide
The introduction breaks the problem of doing a project down into parts. Links to many other sites.
  National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration: National Weather Service
This site is provided by the foremost authority on weather, The National Weather Service. You can find current radar maps and satellite images.
  Spark | UCAR Science Education
An educational site divided into two different categories Extreme Storms and Weather Basics
Computers & the Internet
Current Events
Ethnicity - Culture
Mysterious Phenomena
Regional Information
United States
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