Kids Search »
Find articles on science from magazines written especially for young people, including Current Science (grades 6 to 10), Science World (grades 6 to 10), and SuperScience (grades 3 to 6).
Science Online »
Use this database to find supplemental information for the study of science. Find encyclopedia articles and definitions, charts and illustrations, experiments, biographies, and timelines. Recommended for students in grades six and up.
World Book for Students »
World Book for Students (Info Finder) offers hundreds of encyclopedia articles on topics in science, from acid rain to zinc, as well as science demonstrations and experiments. Recommended for students in grades three and up.
Chemistry 4 Kids »
Basic chemistry information for everyone; includes information on matter, atoms, the elements, the periodic table, reactions, biochemistry and much more. Links are also available to other science “4 kids” sites.
University of California has created this fascinating look at dinosaurs complete with timeline, tree of life systems and pronunciation guides.
Virtual Farm »
Everybody needs to know where their food comes from, so take a tour of a farm with the 4-H.
National Hall of Fame for Inventors website has links to invention-related subjects.
The definitive site for all things related to space by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Learn about different 'ologies' or studies of science on the American Museum of Natural History — You'll find out about snakes, dinosaurs and bugs to name just a few!
Learn about astronauts and travel the galaxies with NASA.
U.S. Department of Agriculture - Choose My Plate »
Learn more about how to balance your diet, and play an outer space pyramid guide at the same time!
The Why Files »
The National Science Foundation helps answer your questions about why things happen, work and exist.
Yuckiest Site on the Internet »
From what's inside a pimple to what's outside of mold, there's something to gross everybody out!