Center for Science FUN and EDUCATIONAL Science Materials for children, teachers, and parents. We provide unique and innovative science products for children of all ages, their families and teachers. Our children's science materials are available direct from the supplier and/or from standard purchasing outlets.
ETA Cuisenaire Manipulatives, science materials, and teacher resources for Grades K-12. ETA/Cuisenaire, a leading supplier of manipulative-based math, science, and reading/language arts materials, is proud to be the educational partner of teachers across the country. Teachers rely on our quality, innovation, and service to help them meet the challenge of educating today's students.
Optical Illusions 4 Kids This is a kid safe zone with optical illusions for kids of all ages. Challenge your skills of perception. Is what you see, what you get? Will you ever be able to trust an eye witness account again? Remember seeing is not always believing.
Atoms and Ants Science and Nature is a fascinating area for children to learn about the everyday world around them! Performing science projects and playing with science kits, and other science and nature toys, provides hours of fascinating learning that will last a lifetime!
Beakman & Jax The answers to your most asked questions and our new interactive demos You Can do. You Can see what your name looks like in ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs!
Biology For Kids! Biology4Kids! The web site that teaches biology fundamentals to children and adults!
Cells Alive This is an educational site with pictures, animations and clear explanations to help you understand cells.
Cells Alive! Scan down to the Table of Contents to see the latest graphics and information on everything from splinters to parasites. Super microscopic images - advanced for young kids, but great images should interest them.
Chem4Kids Easy to navigate with site map or search engine and includes drop-down glossary for terms. Also has data on atoms, elements, and matter as well as biographies of famous chemists; will soon include chemistry quizzes...some of this advanced for little kids, but a nice basic, introductory resource about chemistry.
Danville Science Center Discover the secrets of how things work. Explore the impact of science on your life. Hands-on exhibits fill the Danville Science Center, located at the Crossing of the Dan. Push a button to make sparks fly. Build a crystal. Enjoy interactive exhibits in Light and Vision, Earth Science and more. Make music in the Outdoor Sound exhibit. Explore many visiting exhibits on topics including biology, ecology and natural history. In the Science Center's Butterfly Station learn about local plants that attract butterflies. Look for cocoons, mix nectar and map a Monarch butterfly's migration. Throughout the year the Science Center features special events and workshops. Weekly programs for children encourage science exploration. Log onto dsc.smv.org to access the Science Center's Web site. For information call (434) 791-5160.
Den2: Digby Chix From Den2 TV in Ireland. Science stuff on germs, film, fog, fingerprints, etc.
Do Science Do Science has great science activities for parents, students and even people that go out to eat in restaurants.
Drinking Water - Kids Stuff From the EPA - The Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water has compiled resources especially for kids to learn more about drinking water.
Dr. Internet Science-related links and experiments to do at home.
Energy Chasers Energy Chasers are kids from all over the world who have come together on the Internet to learn about energy and energy-related issues while having tons of fun at the same time.
Explore Science At ExploreScience we believe the real power of the Internet lies in its ability to bring educators and students together in ways that both meet instructional needs and harness our collective creativity.
Focus on Fusion (Nuclear Power) FUSION power offers the potential of an almost limitless source of energy for future generations but it also presents some formidable scientific and engineering challenges. It is called 'fusion' because it is based on fusing light nuclei such as hydrogen isotopes to release energy. The process is similar to that which powers the sun and other stars. Effective energy-producing fusions require that gas from a combination of isotopes of hydrogen - deuterium and tritium - is heated to very high temperatures (100 million degrees centigrade) and confined for at least one second.
From Windmills to Whirligigs If you are looking for a unique science and art connection to wind, you may find it with Vollis Simpson and his windmill-powered whirligigs
Fun Science Gallery Fun Science Gallery proposes experimental activities, it addresses to amateur scientists and to the world of the school. Experimental activities have important didactic functions in making easier the comprehension of abstract concepts, in motivating even the inattentive boys and girls toward the study of scientific matters.
Great Plant Escape The Great Plant Escape is an elemertary plant science program for students. Each of the lessons in this program is interdisciplinary, designed to introduce students to plant science and increase their understanding of how food grows.
Guided Tour on Wind Energy Welcome to your own guided tour on wind energy. Each of the nine tours is a self-contained unit, so you may take the tours in any order.
Hands On Children's Museum an interactive science, art and adventure museum for children ages 10 and under. Meet Casbah the camel, visit the pet parade and solve a maze.
JumpStart Science Topics JumpStart Science is part of the ScienceMaster educational network. Learn about science topics. Easy to navigate, clear, concise information. Learning science just got easier!
KIDS' SCIENCE PROJECTS - The Science Club Since 1987, The Science Club has been bringing science to life for over one million elementary school children, teachers, and parents...this is their projects/activities page.
Kinetic City Cyber Club Your place for science adventure, fun games, and more. Follow the crew on their adventures, or do some of their fun lab experiments.
Kitchen Safe Science A fun way for kids to bring hands-on science into their own homes. All demos are safe and easy, and they come with full explanations.
Life Science Safari Travel the world with Safari Sally as she teaches about the parts of a cell, animals, plants, fungus, protista and bacteria. Includes fun trivia and self-tests.
Life Studies Life Studies has been helping people learn with hands-on natural science products for over 16 years. We offer our expertise and resources to help make learning fun.
Mad Science MadSci Network represents a collective cranium of scientists providing answers to your questions.
Mad Science Group take a quiz, try out some home experiments, or check out some cool scientific facts. Uses Shockwave.
MicrobeWorld A kid-oriented science site about the world of microbes.
Microbe Zoo! To discover the many worlds of hidden microbes... microbial ecology is the study of microbes in the environment. Find out the kinds of things microbial ecologists do (science).
Model and High Power Rocketry Rocketry is enjoyed by people throughout the country every day . The smallest rockets are just a couple inches long. The largest ever built by hobbyists just set an unofficial altitude record of over 100,000 feet! (That's basically outer space!) Between these two extremes the hobby includes rockets of every size and shape you can imagine. This Web site tells you all about it!
Nanoworld More super-cool images from the electron microscope.
Neuroscience for Kids Neuroscience for Kids has been created for all students and teachers who would like to learn more about the nervous system. Enjoy the activities and experiments on your way to learning more about the brain and spinal cord.
Neuroscience for Kids This home page has been created for all students and teachers who would like to learn more about the nervous system. Enjoy the activities and experiments on your way to learning more about the brain and spinal cord.
Pfizer FunZone Includes a variety of science-oriented games, experiments, and other resources for kids of all ages.
QEC Science Education Science Education Site A diverse set of resources for science students and science educators dedicated to improving learning outcomes
Questacon Questacon is Australia's leading Hands-on Science Centre. Questacon promotes understanding and appreciation of science and technology through a wide variety of interactive exhibitions and programs.
Reeko's Mad Scientist Lab Welcome to Reeko's Mad Scientist Lab. Your source of free science experiments for parents, teachers, and children of all ages. Kick off your shoes. Pull up a chair. Make yourself comfortable. Oh yeah, did we mention that protective goggles are required...
SandlotScience.com Features visual oddities and optical illusions. Includes interactive experiments, projects, games, puzzles and more!
Science Adventures We offer comprehensive programs that build on partnerships among parents, teachers and schools to help build a solid foundation of science literacy. Our programs are designed to encourage children by establishing their curiosity in science and providing a foundation that will motivate them to continue expanding their interest in science throughout their education.
Science North Science North, Northern Ontario's (canada) original science centre, is renowned for a fun and friendly approach to science education. Staff scientists will guide you through a personalized learning experience, using tactile experiments that invite active participation. Admission includes a living butterfly gallery, 3-D film and laser shows and multi-media "object" theatres. IMAX Theatre Science North's 200-seat IMAX Theatre features a 26 metre by 20 metre (72 ft by 53 ft) screen, pictures of extraordinary clarity, 6,400 watts of powerful surround sound and unobstructed stadium-style seating. The combined effect creates the sensation of motion and active participation in giant-screen film adventures. Virtual Voyages Adventure Ride Science North's Virtual Voyages Adventure Ride combines motion simulator technology with high-resolution animation on a 7-metre-by-3-metre (24-foot-by-11-foot) screen. Three six-seat motion platforms move you in synchronization with fast-action adventures. F. Jean MacLeod Butterfly G
Science Snacks These pages are full of Snacks...but they're not the kind you eat. They're the kind you can learn from and have fun with.
Scroungeable Science The Scroungeable Science module is a unique Internet-based resource package containing over one hundred interesting, exciting, and educational K-8 science units.
Slickditty's Notes Hands on science projects and ideas to have fun at home. There are also some fun jokes, facts, and riddles.
The Atoms Family Welcome to The Atoms Family, a Science Learning Network resource based on The Atoms Family exhibit currently on display at The Miami Museum of Science. This resource contains educational activities relating to different forms of energy, and are being presented by famous gothic horror characters.
The Black Hole Gang Explore the site to learn about the science adventures of Matt, Wei Ling, Rosa, A.J., and Newton. Find the hidden links about Einstein, bats, rainforests, and other cool science topics. Check out the Science Sleuth page!
The Heart: An Online Exploration Explore the heart. Discover the complexities of its development and structure. Follow the blood through the blood vessels. Wander through the weblike body systems. Learn how to have a healthy heart and how to monitor your heart's health. Look back at the history of heart science.
The Neuroscientist Here at "Neuroscience for Kids," a team of neuroscientists has been assembled to answer your questions about the nervous system. The team consists of basic and clinical neuroscientists from around the world who will try their best to answer your questions.
The Science Spot The Science Spot - Resource for educators and students. The Science Classroom and the Kid Zone are to make learning fun.
The Young Scientists Club An educational science adventure that lasts a lifetime. This unique subscription based curriculum was
developed by Harvard University graduates, scientists,
and parents to fascinate children between the ages of
4 and 12 with the wonders of scientific discovery.
Transistor Legacy Bell Labs is the birthplace of the transistor, inventing the device that led to a communications revolution.
Washington - The Science Club The Science Club has been bringing science to life for over one million elementary school children, teachers, and parents. The Science Club fuels the wonder and joy of learning, through school assemblies, parent and teacher workshops, television, video, and print.
Water Science for Schools Welcome to the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) Water Science for Schools web site! We offer information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water knowledge.