Kids love to explore, and these are great sites from all over the web.
Games, riddles, experiments, and more. (Much, much more that is!)
|Ask Dr. Universe |
If you ever wondered why spiders don't get stuck in their own webs, then satisfy your curiosity with this very cool cat.
|Brainarium Hall |
Explore inside a human head and find out what a "wet brain" is!
|Composting For Kids |
Learn the "what, where, why, and how" of composting. Hey, it's fun and easy!
|Cool Science for Curious Kids |
This biology lesson is written so children can understand, learn, and have fun with both online and offline activities.
|Discovery Channel Online |
Read articles on nature, technology, history, and science, or visit Animal Planet or the Learning Channel.
|Hot Science |
Check out this great collection of online science info and downloads! Skydive, scale the pyramids, learn about creepy crawlies, and more.
|How Stuff Works |
Did you ever wonder what makes a "Magna Doodle" work? Find the answer to this and many more interesting inventions.
|Human Anatomy Online |
Get into your innards with interactive anatomy online!
Inventions change our lives—learn about some cool inventions here.
|NOVA Online |
Check out to latest science articles—from aliens to Mt. Everest.
|Nutrition for Children |
Find out all about the food pyramid with Mrs. Taverna's second grade class at Pocantico Hills School in Sleepy Hollow, New York.
|Science Explained |
Get a new look at life with explanations of current science events like the Montserrat volcano, "moon water," and Martian fossils.
Find out lots of facts about human life, our impossible universe, and everything scientific!
|Scientific American |
Read news articles and check out the exhibits on lots of science topics.
|The Last Word |
Ever asked a question like: "Why don't penguins freeze?" or "Why is the sky blue?" Read the answers to over 450 questions, or submit a question to be answered.
|Vicki Cobb's Kids' Science Page |
Check out these cool topics in kid format that answer questions like, "How does your blood deliver oxygen to every cell in your body?"
|YES Mag |
Find out about kids in science from this cool magazine that is just for kids.