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Learn about energy, the principles of atoms, light, fuel conservation, and electricity. Includes experiments for different age groups.
Health, science, technology animation and educational site for kids. Animated movies, comic strips, and activity pages.
|Exploring the Nanoworld|
Investigate the nanoworld by learning how materials are customized to create everything. Includes movies and a downloadable booklet that shows how LEGO's can be used to demonstrate nanotechnology principles.
Learn and play with Bing & Bong about technology, nature, and light & color. Also puzzles, coloring book, and e-cards.
Science TV series for children. Articles, fan sites, science games, Web cams, video clips, and a TV schedule.
Covers many scientific topics, including water, space, flight, and other life and environmental subjects.
Interactive activity shows the major hominid (human or human-like) species discovered to date, when they lived, and how they might be related to each other.
|Invention Ideas and Contests for Kids|
Step-by-step ways to generate invention ideas for kids and an up-to-date list of invention contests for kids.
|Pfizer Fun Zone|
Shockwave presentations about microbes and diseases through history, present research, and important discoveries. Includes a glossary and experiments.
|Science for Families|
Directory of annotated resource lists organized by categories, articles on science topics, and a message board encouraging discussion of many science topics.
|Science News for Kids|
Devoted to science news for children of ages 9 to 13. Including hands-on activities, books, articles, Web resources, and fun stuff.
Discovers what things are made of (material science), featuring games, experiments, videos.
Learning site for elementary-school children with video, activities, and animations.
|Animal Diversity Web|
Classify some animals and find out why a frog is called a frog.
Learn about dinosaurs from the Acanthopholis to the Zizhongosaurus, discover which dinosaur is the smallest and where you can go to see dinosaurs.
Come aboard the cyber space station. Send reports and pictures to Captain Zeb. He wants to know what life is like here on Earth.
|Kids' Science Page|
Read about plants, animals and the environment while discovering how-to do science projects using the scientific method.
|Little Shop of Physics|
Colorado State's hands-on science program gives children everywhere an opportunity to experiment with items from their own homes.
Preserve special memories with a customized digital photo album. Get photography tips. Purchase decorative cameras, flip album software, and decorative novelty items to preserve your pictures.