Use this Scholastic website to track the weather and learn about all kinds of weather conditions.
View this awesome e-book and learn about why we have seasons and different weather.
What is climate? Find out with this e-book!
Understand more about climate with this National Geographic Expedition.
Learn even more about weather with this interactive site...it's loaded with information!
Group rocks according to their properties.
Build a chain of rocks with similar properties.
Learn all about rocks with this interactive site!
This interactive website from PBS Learning Media is filled with loads of earth science information! Celebrate with Sid the Science Kid!
This website is sponsored by the National Park Service. National Fossil Day may be on October 17th, but it can be celebrated anytime!
Kids' adventures in nature, brought to you by the Missouri Department of Conservation. If you haven't already done so, sign up for a free Xplor magazine subscription at the bottom of the page!
Play this Magic School Bus game to learn more about the homes of animals.
Play this interactive FOSS game to learn more about different plants and their parts.
Learn all about plant adaptations in this e-book!
View videos, photos and facts about amazing animals around the world through this National Geographic Kids website.
Check out all kinds of pictures of different types of seeds.
Play this FOSS game to test your knowledge about light reflections
Try these great interactive activities to learn more about the Sun, shadows, Earth's movements, and the Moon.
Read and view this dazzling electronic book!
This National Geographic Expedition will have you captivated by the sun!
View another dazzling e-book on our star...it's amazing!
Find the exact location of objects in the sky.
Daily & Yearly Motions
Games for kids brought to you by NASA.
NASA's official website for kids. Check it out...it's awesome!
Use this interactive site to model the sizes of objects in outer space!
Wow! Check out this interactive view of the solar system and galaxy...you won't be disappointed!
Explore the cosmos from your computer in this 3-D environment full of real NASA mission data. Unity 3-D plug-in is required (free download on the website).
Use this FOSS tool to see the moon phase for any day.
Use this resource to find out when the Moon will rise and set, along with many more facts about the Sun and Moon!
Play this game to test your knowledge of the patterns of the lunar cycle!
Use this website for all of your moon phase questions and answers.
Watch this video as boiling water is tossed into cold air. Can you explain what is happening?
Check out the wondrous power of water at Yosemite Park!
Watch this video of the water cycle from Discovery Education.
Take your learning even further...find out about how the weather and the water cycle are related. How are things changing today?
Learn about the role of water in our lives. Brought to you by Project WET.
Learn all about the water cycle through this resource of resources!
This site from the EPA offers unique games and activities for learning about the water cycle.
This site has loads of links to free interactive water cycle Power Point presentations.
A great visual opportunity to understand the water cycle.
This interactive website from PBS Learning Media is filled with loads of information on the water cycle!
Play this FOSS game to study the effect of temperature and humidity on the evaporation rate of water.
Play this FOSS game to identify Earth's natural resources.
This kid-friendly place mat illustrates all of the parts of the water cycle. Print one off!
Follow a drop of water through its cycle on Earth. Click on the links to get an in-depth look.
The site is a great resource to understand the water cycle.
Watch this amazing video of water drops in slow motion. What is the reason for this phenomenon?
Watch a video of the power of water and how it can help get things done.
Kids' adventures in nature, brought to you by the Missouri Department of
Conservation. If you haven't already done so, sign up for a free Xplor
magazine subscription at the bottom of the page!
Discover what owls eat by dissecting a pellet without any mess! It's a food chain in the flesh.
All of your crayfish questions answered...and then some!
Tons of interactive games to deepen your knowledge of the life cycle of plants.
More games to explore the wonders of plants and animals!
Which of these D-Cell orientations will light the bulb?
Everything you ever wanted to know about electricity is right here!
Test different variables and try to pick up the most iron filings in this FOSS game.
Discover everyday examples of magnets at work in your own home. Try to understand how they work!
Play games to extend your learning about electricity and circuits.
Watch videos, play games, solve puzzles, and quiz yourself on electricity.
Discover how alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) work. Explore circuits, wires, bulbs, batteries, and generators.
This interactive website from PBS Learning Media is filled with loads of earth science information!
Which side will evaporate faster? Manipulate the variables to get the quickest results.
How many pennies will it take to sink the cup?
Learn about simple and complex machines in this interactive and informative website!
Rube has built a device to catch a burgler, but it still needs some adjustment.
A great new game from a great museum!
This interactive site from PBS NOVA is the perfect engineering connection!
How far does the truck travel with a little push? Try it!
How does an object travel with a push or a pull? Try it!
Learn a lot about a push and a pull.
How does changing the gradient affect a cars movement? Try it!
Who ever thought cars, tugboats and arm wrestling would have something to do with science?
Use a lever and fulcrum to explore balance!
Separate the substances in each of the mixtures on this interactive website!
Tons of videos are available to further your knowledge of the periodic table of the elements.
View this video to learn more about the different changes.
Test your skills at mixtures and solutions with this FOSS game.
Learn more about the phases of matter, atoms, and molecules.
What do you want to know about the chemical elements?
An online, interactive Periodic Table of The Elements.
Use this site to get a general understanding of chemistry. Find the "site map" to search topics (mixtures, solutions, reactions, etc.). Learn about atoms and the Periodic Table of the Elements.
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