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Planet Ocean

Planet Ocean

Discover the “thousands of incredible and bizarre creatures” that have made the ocean their home, including the Blue Whale, Barracudas, and Tubeworms.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

DSO Kids

DSO Kids

Fun, musical resource with games, instruments by sound and description, and learning activities. Over 30 instruments to hear in addition to famous composers, including notes on both.
Subject: Art, Music And Museum Resources For Parents & Teachers–Music Education; Art, Music & Museums–Music

Oregon Zoo Kids Zone

Oregon Zoo Kids Zone

Want to know more about animals? The Oregon Zoo? Or the environment? This fun site features photo galleries, videos, animal facts, news updates, links, a calendar of events, and information about conservation and the environment.

. It includes news updates, a photo gallery of animals (including several taken during a visit by Portland Trailbla …

Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Zoos

Europa – Environment for Young Europeans

Europa – Environment for Young Europeans

Discover the elements that make up the environment and how they are being affected, with lessons, games and activities.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Our World–Europe

ipl For Kids: Orca Search

ipl2 For Kids: Orca Search

Learn all about killer whales in this informative and educational resource for kids.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

National Museums Scotland — Kids

National Museums Scotland — Kids

“Journey into the heart of Ancient Egypt, build a plane and explore the mysteries of the Lewis Chessmen.”
Subject: Our World–History & People; Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient Italy (Rome); Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft; Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient Egypt; Our World–The Ancient World–Ancient Europe; Art, Music & Museums–Music; Our World–Europe–United Kingdom (includes England And Scotland); Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

Met Office Education – Make Your Own Weather Station

Met Office Education – Make Your Own Weather Station

Powered by the UK’s National Weather Service, this is a fun site for building your own weather station and starting a weather diary. Once that’s done, feel free to browse the other weather experiments, learn common weather words and explore some fun facts.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Shark School

Shark School

Dive into a sea of shark smarts and explore their watery world. Take a virtual tour from the shore to the deep blue sea where you can learn about sharks in San Diego’s waters.
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Virtual Field Trips; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Dinosaur Dig

Dinosaur Dig

“Put on your pith helmet and venture through the Mesozoic Era. Find out how to find fossils and ponder the theory of meteors and mass extinction.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Outdoor Kids

Outdoor Kids

Learn about the fun things you can do outdoors in Texas and about some of the animals and other things you can find there.
Subject: Sports & Recreation–Other Sports; Sports & Recreation–Mountaineering; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Texas; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment

NOAA Fun for Kids!

NOAA Fun for Kids!

This is a one-stop spot for exploring weather and the oceans.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

The City of Los Angeles for Kids

The City of Los Angeles for Kids

Find out about recycling in LA, how to clean up the city, as well as about things to do and places to go there.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–50 States–A-F–California; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Recycling

Games@NOAA

Games@NOAA

“This arcade is a portal to games and interactive activities focused on ocean and air themes.”
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat; Fun Stuff–Games & Activities–Online Games; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

PAWS Kids

PAWS Kids

Learn about pets, farm animals, and wild animals as well as about the PAWS organization.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Animals–Pets

Eeko World

Eeko World

Play Eeko House, create an Eeko Creature, and learn about the environment in fun videos on this site by PBS Kids.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Conservation Of Energy

Take Care of America

Take Care of America

Learn what you can do to take care of the environment.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Clean Sweep U.S.A.

Clean Sweep U.S.A.

What???s up with all that garbage? Learn about composting, recycling, waste-to-energy plants, and landfills at this fun colorful site.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Technology & Industry

Kids for Trees

Kids for Trees

Learn all about how trees help make your world a better place. This site tells you what trees eat, why the leaves fall off in the fall, and more!
Subject: Math And Science–Plants; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

KidCyber Planet Earth

KidCyber Planet Earth

This section of the Kid Cyber website contains an assortment of fun weather facts for students K-6. Links at the bottom of the page will guide you to specific information on topics like clouds, cyclones and tornadoes and ice.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Clean Living Kids Corner

Clean Living Kids Corner

From the American Cleaning Institue, learn all about the history, chemistry, and manufacturing of soaps and detergents. You can also read up on how to recycle plastic cleaning product bottles, and about the art and science of bubbles.
Subject: Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Recycling

Hands on Plastic

Hands on Plastic

Provides links to “Hands on Plastics” educational resources developed by the National Middle Level Science Teachers Association (NMLSTA). Lesson plans and learning activities related to the science of plastics and polymers for grades K-4 and 5-8.
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Science Fair Central

Science Fair Central

“If you’re a student ready to venture beyond the Styrofoam ball solar system into the world of real scientific investigation, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve also got plenty of help for teachers in need of coordinating advice and parents who want to help their children.”
Subject: Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

The Search for Prehistoric Sharks

The Search for Prehistoric Sharks

When dinosaurs roamed the Earth, ancient sharks roamed the seas!
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

4-H Horse Farm

4-H Horse Farm

Visit this horse farm and learn about breeds, grooming, anatomy, breeding, and more. Includes videos and interactive features. Flash and QuickTime are required.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Animals–Pets

Yahoo! Kids: Homework Help

Yahoo! Kids: Homework Help

Great place to look for homework help, with lots of pictures as well as facts and information.
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture; Math And Science–Animals; Reference–Encyclopedias; Reference–Homework Help; Math And Science; Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Dino Directory

Dino Directory

“This is a guide to 163 of the most well-described dinosaurs, including over 700 images.” You can find a specific dinosaur by its name, or look through groups of dinosaurs by when and where they lived.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

OLogy

OLogy

???OLogy means “the study of.” And here on the American Museum of Natural History’s OLogy Web site, you can study and explore many cool OLogies.??? You can learn about Volcanology (volcanoes), Arachnology (spiders), Astrology (planets and stars), and much more.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy; Math And Science; Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Dinosauria On-Line

Dinosauria On-Line

Here you can read articles about dinosaurs, look at pictures of dinosaurs and see maps of the places where they lived. You can also look up all those dinosaur words and names in a dictionary and find out how to pronouce them.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Discovering the World’s First Full Dinosaur Skeleton

Discovering the World’s First Full Dinosaur Skeleton

“In the summer of 1858, Victorian gentleman and fossil hobbyist William Parker Foulke was vacationing in Haddonfield, New Jersey, when he heard that twenty years previous, workers had found gigantic bones in a local marl pit. Foulke spent the rest of the summer directing a crew of hired diggers shin deep in gray slime.” What do you think they found …
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Prehistoric Life – BBC

Prehistoric Life – BBC

This site is DINO-MYTE! Read fact files on dinos, learn how new dinos are discovered, find out about why the dinos became extinct, or send a dino postcard to a friend.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Project Exploration: Dinosaurs

Project Exploration: Dinosaurs

Learn more about dinosaurs discovered during Project Exploration expeditions.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Dinorama

Dinorama

This cool site is built by National Geographic Society. This site contains many pictures of various dinosaurs, geologic periods of each dinosaur, and many more.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Welcome to Jobaria

Welcome to Jobaria

Find out about Jobaria, a new dinosaur giant from Africa. You can learn step-by-step how paleontologists find, study and rebuild dinosaur skeletons. Also, don’t miss the interactive diagram showing the skeleton of the dinosaur Jobaria. Click on a bone for a larger picture of the bone and an explanation of how the shape of the bone contributed to t …
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Dinosauria

Dinosauria

Find out why dinosaurs are not really extinct and learn about the different times that they lived. You can even view some skeletons of dinosaurs on exhibit. There’s lots of information about dinosaurs, fossils and more at this site.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

The Age of Dinosaurs

The Age of Dinosaurs

Learn all about dinosaurs here! Read about possible ways they became extinct and learn what dinosaurs lived when. There’s stuff in here for teachers, too!
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Save the Tiger Fund

Save the Tiger Fund

Are you interested in knowing more about tigers? Would you like to help save these endangered species? This site gives lots of information about tigers, their cubs, and ways to preserve this animal. There’s resource material for teachers,too.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Download-a-Dinosaur

Download-a-Dinosaur

“Easy-to-make paper dinosaurs that you can download from this site and printout on your printer. All that is needed is scissors and glue.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils; Fun Stuff–Arts & Crafts–Paper Crafts

Zoom Dinosaurs

Zoom Dinosaurs

There’s lots to learn about dinosaurs at this site, along with some cute pictures.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Discovering Dinosaurs

Discovering Dinosaurs

This site is an “online expedition into our paleontological past and an itinerary for its future.” If you love dinosaurs or if you need to do a report about dinosaurs, this site offers a ton of information, including a special dinosaur search engine.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Dinosaurium

Dinosaurium

From Ceratopsids to Velociraptor, learn the details about your favorite dinosaur at the Dinosaurium.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

NOVA Online–Curse of T. rex

NOVA Online–Curse of T. rex

“Dinosaurs may have ruled the earth, but they were never alone on it. A colorful cast of characters, including pump-headed insects, gigantic amphibian reptiles and tiny woodland mammals, coexisted with dinosaurs…” Read what scientists have to say about these animals, insects, and plants that lived with the dinosaurs. Based on a program original …
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

Dinosaur Eggs

Dinosaur Eggs

“Catch the excitement of fossil researchers as they ‘hatch’ fossilized dinosaur eggs and reveal the embryos inside. Tour our museum of hatchlings.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

A Stylistic Journey

A Stylistic Journey

Stop in at a virtual “gallery” created by middle school students and discover how technology is revolutionizing a visit to the museum.
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Art, Music & Museums Virtual Field Trips; Art, Music & Museums–Art

Great Plant Escape

Great Plant Escape

Join Detective “Le Plant” and help him unlock the mysteries of plant life. Learn all about plants including their structure, life cycle, and parts. You can also find out how to grow different plants and do experiments with them.
Subject: Math And Science–Plants

MegaMath

MegaMath

“The MegaMath project is intended to bring unusual and important mathematical ideas to elementary school classrooms so that young people and their teachers can think about them together.” Since it is packed with suggestions for using the stories and games to engage students with math, the site is geared more towards teachers than kids. Terms in …
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

National Student Research Center

National Student Research Center

Read the E-Journal of Student Research, where students K-12 can submit a write-up to an experiment that they have done. There is a list of recommended web sites for student experiments. Also, read information on NSRC’s vision, teaching philosophy, mission, and instructional approach.
Subject: Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

SOSKids

SOSKids

Learn all about the oceans and the creatures that live in them. Play games, listen to stories, and get party ideas all about the sea.
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Lancaster Symphony Orchestra – Activities for the Classroom

Lancaster Symphony Orchestra – Activities for the Classroom

Activities for young musicians, including crossword and word find puzzles, connect the dots pictures, and coloring pages. Also a history of music timeline, worksheets on music notation, and resources on the responsibilities of an orchestral musician, including rehearsal etiquette and stand etiquette.
Subject: Art, Music And Museum Resources For Parents & Teachers–Music Education; Art, Music & Museums–Music

Alaska Kids – Cool Critters

Alaska Kids – Cool Critters

Learn more about the critters that live in our 49th state. “Featured Critters” includes land and marine mammals and birds. Alaska Ecology Cards have fun facts about mammals, fish, shellfish, birds, bugs, and amphibians and reptiles. Be sure to check out “Animals in the News”!
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–A-F–Alaska

Rader’s NumberNut.com

Rader’s NumberNut.com

If you’re nutty about numbers, this is the site for you! Fun, easy-to-understand math information, games, and activities. Covers basic and advanced math including shapes, colors, numbers, counting, addition, subtraction, decimals, fractions, percentages, and ratios.
Subject: Math And Science–Math

Children of the Earth United

Children of the Earth United

Want to take an “Adventure in Environmental Education”? This is the place to do it: learn about the environment and how to protect it, submit your writings and drawings about nature, and find out about kids’ nature programs in your area.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Rain Forests; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Recycling

Picassohead

Picassohead

Want to paint like Pablo Picasso? Do it here! This website allows you to create portraits in the style Picasso used with just a few clicks of a mouse! You can also check out the Gallery to see what other people have come up with.
Subject: Fun Stuff–Arts & Crafts; Art, Music & Museums–Art–Artists; Art, Music & Museums–Art–Art History

TryScience

TryScience

Curious about science? Get ideas for experiments, take quizzes and discover new adventures and field trips on this website.
Subject: Math And Science–Science Museums; Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects

Camp Silos

Camp Silos

“From Native Prairie to Present, Our Agricultural Heritage” is the Camp Silos motto, and it sums up what you can learn about while browsing their website: the Iowa prairies in the 19th century, farming methods of the pioneers in Iowa, the importance of corn production to Iowa farms and American agriculture in general, what Iowa farm life looks like …
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–G-K–Iowa; Our World–North America–USA–USA Resources For Parents & Teachers; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Vet Stories

Vet Stories

“See how the National Zoo’s veterinarians and other staff examine animals to figure out what’s wrong with them and decide how to treat them.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Zoos; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

EPA Climate Change Kids Site

EPA Climate Change Kids Site

Learn all about climate change and the greenhouse effect, why it is important, and how you can help protect our environment. Written by climate change experts at the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

National Aviary Kids

National Aviary Kids

Curious about the birds in your backyard and neighborhood? The National Aviary offers games and activities to learn about your feathered friends outside and inside your home.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Zoos; Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species; Math And Science–Animals–Birds & Bats; Fun Stuff–Arts & Crafts–Coloring–Science

Mount St. Helens VolcanoCams

Mount St. Helens VolcanoCams

“Near real-time images of Mount St. Helens, taken from the Johnston Ridge Observatory.” Mount St. Helens, in southwestern Washington state, is probably the most famous of the more than 60 volcanoes in the United States.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Volcanos; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Washington

Devils Tower National Monument

Devils Tower National Monument

The National Park Service provides information on visiting, climbing, and studying the first US National Monument.
Subject: Science Net–Earth Science–Geography; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Wyoming

Greenwich Bay

Greenwich Bay

Learn about the habitat and ecosystem of Greenwich Bay in Rhode Island.
Subject: Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Rhode Island; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat

Wisconsin’s Great Lakes Shipwrecks

Wisconsin’s Great Lakes Shipwrecks

Learn all about the shipwrecks off the coast of Wisconsin in Lake Superior and Lake Michigan through history, pictures and underwater explorations.
Subject: Math And Science–Transportation–Boats & Ships; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Wisconsin; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Fantastic Journeys: Yellowstone

Fantastic Journeys: Yellowstone

Explore the geological features of Yellowstone National Park and discover what triggers a geyser or causes a volcano to erupt. Watch a video of Old Faithful or find out what lies 6.2 miles beneath the surface of the park.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–R-W–Wyoming

Florida Panther Net

Florida Panther Net

Learn all about the history, habitat, threats to survival, and conservation efforts of the Florida panther.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Our World–North America–USA–50 States–A-F–Florida

Kid’s Valley Garden

Kid’s Valley Garden

Here is some great advice and step-by-step instructions to help you plan, plant, and maintain your garden. There is also a glossary of terms and separate sections on growing flowers, veggies, herbs and shrubs.
Subject: Math And Science–Plants; Fun Stuff–Hobbies

Heart of Africa

Heart of Africa

“The Heart of Africa Interactive Experience is a state-of-the-art site developed utilizing leading-edge Internet technologies. It is designed to give you a real sense of a visit to the San Diego Wild Animal Park’s newest and most innovative exhibit. We hope that you’ll use it to preview a trip to the park and to send your friends and family postcar …
Subject: Our World–Africa; Math And Science–Animals

StateAnimals.com

StateAnimals.com

Do you know the official animals for your state? Just click on your state to find out!
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Our World–North America–USA–50 States

Paper University

Paper University

“Paper University (Paper U) is an educational website for students, teachers and everyone wanting to learn more about paper, papermaking, recycling, trees, forestry, careers, field trips, art & science activities using paper, history of paper, and much more!”
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Virtual Field Trips; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Kids Go Wild

Kids Go Wild

“Hey, Kids! Ready for a wild adventure? Thought so! Then find out what’s going on around the world in the Wild News section. And, if you want to see and learn about really cool animals, check out Wild Animal Facts. Like games? Then test your skills and creativity by playing in our online Wild Arcade. And that’s not all… KidsGoWild.com also gives …
Subject: Math And Science–Animals

Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics

Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics

FSEEE aims to “protect national forests and to reform the U.S. Forest Service by advocating environmental ethics, educating citizens, and defending whistleblowers.”
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment

Sci4Kids

Sci4Kids

Learn about science in the natural world, about ecology, and about careers in science at this site. Click on interesting parts of the picture on the first page to learn more.
Subject: Math And Science–Plants

SCORE Mathematics

SCORE Mathematics

SCORE is the Schools of California Online Resources for Education. This site has lesson plans for grades K-12 on numbers, functions, measurement, probability, geometry and other math subjects. There are also descriptions of California Mathematic Standards and links to other math resources online.
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Rare Species Conservatory – Just for Kids

Rare Species Conservatory – Just for Kids

“A great place for kids of all ages to learn about the amazing diversity of nature and the importance of creating protected areas for wildlife.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species

Congo Gorilla Forest

Congo Gorilla Forest

Learn about the Congo rain forest in Africa and the amazing animals who make it their home.
Subject: Our World–Africa; Math And Science–Animals

The Nutty Birdwatcher

The Nutty Birdwatcher

“The Nutty Birdwatcher offers information on birdwatching, Eastern US Birds, backyard bird feeding, bird migration, the do’s & dont’s of building bird nestboxes, guides to identifying birds, habitats of birds, galleries and profiles of birds and everything relating to birds.”
Subject: Fun Stuff–Hobbies; Math And Science–Animals–Birds & Bats

Make an Origami Jumping Frog

Make an Origami Jumping Frog

A step by step drawing of how to make an origami frog that jumps! This page is part of a much larger site on frogs, which we include in our Frogs & Fish section under Animals!
Subject: Fun Stuff–Arts & Crafts–Paper Crafts; Math And Science–Animals–Reptiles & Amphibians

Earthquakes for Kids

Earthquakes for Kids

Learn all about what can make the Earth move in a big way! Play games, get ideas for school projects, learn interesting facts, find out about becoming a geologist (someone who studies the Earth) and and view pictures of the effects of earthquakes.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Earthquakes; Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Turtles

Turtles

This is a colorful, fun website featuring all kinds of information on turtles!
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Reptiles & Amphibians

EcoKids

EcoKids

A colorful site where you can play while you learn about environmental issues such as climate change, habitat and habitat loss, pollution, and waste.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

MPCA – Frogs for Kids!

MPCA – Frogs for Kids!

“Here’s lots of stuff about frogs! You can see pictures of frogs, find out what kinds of frogs live in Minnesota, hear what their calls sound like, print out pages to color and learn lots about frogs!” Also see how the environment can affect frogs, and what we’re trying to learn from those effects.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Reptiles & Amphibians

Emperor Penguins

Emperor Penguins

Learn about Emperor penguins which can only be found in the Antarctic and who never set foot on dry land.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Geometry Through Art

Geometry Through Art

Site is designed to assist teaching geometry to children. Contains lesson plans, diagrams, and a sketching viewer that may be downloaded to and used to demonstrate how to draw the lesson figures.
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Geometry

Kids Only – Manatees & Dugongs

Kids Only – Manatees & Dugongs

Look at this slideshow about manatees and dungongs, two mammals that live in the ocean. Learn about where they live, what they eat, and how they behave.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

San Diego Zoo – Giant Pandas

San Diego Zoo – Giant Pandas

This is the homepage of the Giant Panda Research Station at the San Diego Zoo. It provides information about the four giant pandas, Bai Yun, Su Lin, Gao Gao, and Mei Sheng, who live in the Research Station, and about the habitat the zoo has created for them. The site also provides biographies, fact sheets, and Frequently Asked Questions about panda …
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Animals–Zoos

GORP- Great Outdoor Recreation Pages: Birding

GORP- Great Outdoor Recreation Pages: Birding

Everything about birding, including a guide for different species of birds, where to go birding in the USA and around the world, travel opportunities for bird-watchers, and more.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Birds & Bats

My First Garden

My First Garden

Learn the basics of gardening – what to plant, where to plant, when to plant, and how to make your garden grow.
Subject: Math And Science–Plants; Fun Stuff–Hobbies

The Green Squad

The Green Squad

Teaches you how to make your school a cleaner, safer place. Provides facts about pollution that and teaches you what you can do to help.
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment

The Greens

The Greens

This is “a site for kids about looking after the planet.” Through video episodes, games, a blog, and activity guides, kids learn about recycling and taking care of the planet.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Kids Saving the Rainforest

Kids Saving the Rainforest

Learn about Costa Rica and its rainforests through games, puzzles, and photographs.
Subject: Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Rain Forests

Energy Star Kids

Energy Star Kids

Learn about how using energy changes the environment. Learn about the different types of energy. Discover how you can help the environment by using less energy.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Conservation Of Energy; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Discover Engineering

Discover Engineering

This website provides an introduction to engineering. Learn about different careers in engineering. Explore whether engineering is right for you by watching videos and playing games.
Subject: Math And Science–Technology & Industry

Just for Kids: PA Department of Environmental Protection

Just for Kids: PA Department of Environmental Protection

This website explains how pollution hurts our environment. Learn some of the things you can do to help stop pollution and keep our environment safe.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

EIA Energy Kids

EIA Energy Kids

How do we use energy and how can we save energy? What is energy and where does it come from? Learn this and more through games and activities from the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
Subject: Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry; Math And Science–Technology & Industry

The Water Cycle

The Water Cycle

Have you ever wondered where water comes from, where it goes, and what it does in between? This short fun animation supplies all the answers.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Kids’ Crossing

Kids’ Crossing

Ever wondered why it rains or where tornadoes come from? This fun colorful website explains all about our weather with games, activities, experiments and more.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

1998 International Year of the Ocean

1998 International Year of the Ocean

Find out about the ocean, how important it is to life on earth, and what you can to protect it through activities, fact sheets, and links to ocean related Web sites.
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Johnnie’s Math Page

Johnnie’s Math Page

Have fun playing games while learning math skills like fractions, geometry, and multiplication. Teachers will appreciate the printable worksheets, videos, and lesson resources for their math classes
Subject: Math And Science–Math; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Mr. Martini???s Classroom

Mr. Martini???s Classroom

Conquer mathematics with Mr. Martini! Check out the flash cards and test your knowledge with a “quick quiz.”
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Geometry; Math And Science–Math–Arithmetic & Basic Math

eNaturalist

eNaturalist

Resources for teachers on ecology, the environment, and organisms from the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

SpaceBuffs

SpaceBuffs

Want to learn more about outer space? Find pictures, news, and facts about space exploration, planets, stars, and galaxies. Join in discussions with other people who love space.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

kids.mongabay.com

kids.mongabay.com

Learn about the rainforest and the environment! See photos of the plants, animals, and people that live there. Find out how you can help save the rainforest.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Rain Forests

Weather Watch

Weather Watch

Do you know the difference between a cumulous and a cirrus cloud???or, between an anemometer and a barometer? Learn to observe, gather data, investigate, and analyze weather at this site featured by Scholastic.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

PestWorld for Kids

PestWorld for Kids

Do you have pests in your house? Find out about all sorts of pests: ants, mice, termites, ticks, cockroaches, mosquitoes, lice, and many more. Play games and send ???pestcards??? to your friends!
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

Zoo Matchmaker

Zoo Matchmaker

Play a game to learn about matchmaking tigers at the zoo. Breed tigers over four generations to maximize the gene pool for either disease resistance or genetic diversity. Presented by the Minnesota Zoo.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Animals–Zoos

John Audubon: Birds of America

John Audubon: Birds of America

Did you know John Audubon painted birds before photographs existed? See his lovely work here. Click on “Catalog” for a list of 435 bird species you can click to see. Or, enjoy the multimedia presentations on the front page.
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Art–Artists; Math And Science–Animals–Birds & Bats

Jazz for Young People

Jazz for Young People

Listen to and find out about Jazz at this site composed just for kids. Topics include improvisation, the Blues, Louis Armstrong, and Thelonious Monk, among others.
Subject: Art, Music And Museum Resources For Parents & Teachers–Music Education; Art, Music & Museums–Music–Musicians & History

Athropolis: Web Site of the Throps and the Squallhoots

Athropolis: Web Site of the Throps and the Squallhoots

This fun kids’ site is dedicated to Arctic stories, games, and facts, as well as a wonderful library and set of links to Arctic history and weather.
Subject: Fun Stuff–Fun Stuff Resources For Parents & Teachers; Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Creature Features

Creature Features

Discover unique pets at this Australian site. Get facts about bearded dragons, Chinese silky chickens, dingoes, and camels (as well as cats and dogs). There???s a bunch of crafts to make, a cute pet gallery, and games!
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Pets

EPA Global Warming Kids Page

EPA Global Warming Kids Page

So what???s the big deal about global warming and what is it exactly? Find out and learn about the greenhouse effect and climate change as well. This site was written just for kids.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment

European Space Agency: Kids

European Space Agency: Kids

Explore the universe, life in space, and planet earth at this site stuffed full of animations, quizzes, and fascinating information. Learn about the beginning of the universe, climate change, and natural disasters. Includes a timeline of European space science.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space

Electrical Safety World

Electrical Safety World

What is electricity? And how can you be safe around it? Learn all about electricity and find out why birds can sit on power lines without getting shocked at this site created by the Sacramento Municipal Utility District.
Subject: Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry; Health–Safety

Porpoise Page

Porpoise Page

Can you tell the difference between a porpoise and a dolphin? Learn how here. Find fact sheets about six types of porpoises, learn about porpoise evolution, and check out the glossary of important porpoise words.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals

Whale Net

Whale Net

Explore the world of whales: learn about satellite tracking programs, see right whale tracking data, learn about adoption programs, and ask a scientist about whales. This site is loaded with information!
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species

Scholastic: Dolphins

Scholastic: Dolphins

Dive into the world of dolphins: scientists provide answers for great questions about dolphins, as well as research on bottlenose dolphins in the wild, and research on the bioacoustics of dolphins in tanks.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals

Oceans Alive: Australia

Oceans Alive: Australia

Discover the creatures and plants that inhabit the oceans of Australia. Learn about the whales, kelp forests, seagrass meadows, sponge gardens, and seamounts. Meet the seals at Taronga Zoo and find out how they are trained.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Whale Times

Whale Times

Find facts about whales plus information about seals, walruses, penguins, sharks, manatees, and giant squid. Or, browse through the Colossal Dictionary of Whale Words, ask Jake the Seadog a question, or learn about scientific names.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Our World–Oceans & Seas

AntarctiC Seals

AntarctiC Seals

See photos and learn about seals and other species (including fish, algae, and lichen) that inhabit Antarctica.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Our World–Oceania & Antarctica–Antarctica

Whale Songs: A Resource for Students, Teachers, and Whale Lovers

Whale Songs: A Resource for Students, Teachers, and Whale Lovers

Looking for information on whales and dolphins? You???ll find recent news, trivia questions, and lesson plans plus information sheets on about twenty types of cetaceans.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species

Primates

Primates

Research primates at this website created by a college professor. There is a great glossary where you can hear how to say each word. Flashcards, quizzes, and crossword puzzles are included.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals

SOS Rhino: Rhinowledge

SOS Rhino: Rhinowledge

Visit Rhinowledge for everything you want to know about rhinos including facts, photos, videos, and links.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species

Amazing Live Sea-Monkeys

Amazing Live Sea-Monkeys

What are sea-monkeys and how long do they live? Learn the science behind sea-monkeys, find helpful health and feeding information, or play games at this website about the world???s only instant pet.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Pets; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Geography4Kids

Geography4Kids

Do you wonder about physical geography and earth sciences? Here’s a website that can help everyone learn. Visit sections on earth energy, earth structure, the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, the biosphere, climates, and BGC cycles (biogeochemical).
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture; Math And Science–Earth Science

Journeys and Transformations: British Columbia Landscapes

Journeys and Transformations: British Columbia Landscapes

Learn about ecosystems of British Columbia through “pictures, records and information from the Royal British Columbia Museum.” (must have Flash 7 to view this site)
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat

Marine Wildlife

Marine Wildlife

Take a closer look at some of the most interesting underwater creatures in the world.This website has colorful pictures and facts about marine wildlife like dolphins, whales, crocodiles, sharks.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

NASA’s Solar System Exploration: Kids

NASA’s Solar System Exploration: Kids

Explore the Solar System… through your computer! From fun facts to cool games, from pictures and models to create, you’ll find everything you’re looking for about the solar system at this cool website!
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

International Crane Foundation

International Crane Foundation

This site promotes conservation of the crane species of the world by providing biological information in field guide form. Also includes pictures, special sections for kids and educators and news and events.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Birds & Bats

Questacon for Kids

Questacon for Kids

Questacon is Australia’s National Science & Technology Centre in Canberra, Australia. Their kids’ site has lots of interactive features, like the Fun Zone, which includes online science exhibits, puzzles, and experiments to try at home. The site also has sections for teachers and teens.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science; Math And Science; Math And Science–Science Museums; Art, Music & Museums–Museums

Math Baseball

Math Baseball

Practice your basic math skills and play baseball at the same time! Four levels to play from and algebraic style available.
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Arithmetic & Basic Math

Math Playground

Math Playground

There are a lot of math activities here! Play Math Hoops, Math Olympics and more. Work on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division in number or word problems. Use the flashcards to practice.
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Projects & Puzzles

Weather Wiz Kids.com

Weather Wiz Kids.com

This website is all about the weather! Learn about hurricanes, lightning, tornadoes and all sorts of different kinds of weather. Find weather games, jokes, words, flashcards, stories and weather experiments.
Subject: Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects; Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Space for Species

Space for Species

Check out this colorful look at how satellite telemetry, remote sensing,astronaut observations, and weather satellites help track wildlife. Track the real time movements of migratory animals such as polar bears and leatherback turtles, monitor climate and habitat conditions, evaluate threats to wildlife along migration routes, download a tracking …
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Air & Space

Count Us In

Count Us In

These games can help kids learn math ideas such as counting, ordinals, next largest number, recognizing number words, time and others. Teachers and Parents: Click on ???Other activities??? for lesson plans.
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Projects & Puzzles; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Schools Online

Schools Online

Use these online activities from the University of Illinois to explore science concepts such as weather, plant life, natural resources, insects and animals past and present. The activities are also available in Spanish.
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

SCORE Science

SCORE Science

SCORE is the Schools of California Online Resources for Education. This site has links to lesson plans for grades K-12 on animals, insects, air, cells, energy, planets, rocks, minerals and other science subjects. There are also descriptions of California Science Standards and links to other science resources online.
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Geological Society of America – Education Resources

Geological Society of America – Education Resources

This site links to lesson plans and resources for topics in Earth Science such as volcanoes, energy, paleontology, space, weather and more. The lesson plans are sorted by topic or by age group (elementary, intermediate and secondary).
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Show Me UK

Show Me UK

This site will show you the ???cool, crazy, fun, scary and wild stuff??? from museums in the United Kingdom. Visit online exhibits for everything from bones to Viking artifacts to famous paintings. There are games and fun activities. Definitely check this out!
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Museums–History Museums; Art, Music & Museums–Museums–Art Museums; Math And Science–Science Museums; Art, Music & Museums–Museums

Zoobooks – The Encyclopedia of Animals

Zoobooks – The Encyclopedia of Animals

This site is from the animal magazine, Zoobooks, but you can enjoy it without a subscription. Find out tons of information about your favorite animals, like what and how they hunt, where they live, even what they sound like! There are also fun games and activities.
Subject: Reading Zone–Magazines; Math And Science–Animals; Reference–Magazines & Newspapers; Reference–Encyclopedias

Planet Protectors Club for Kids

Planet Protectors Club for Kids

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency invites you to become a Planet Protector. Learn how to make less trash and recycle by playing games.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Dr. Blythe’s Rainforest Education

Dr. Blythe’s Rainforest Education

This site has lots of information about rainforests, including pictures of rainforests and the plants and animals that live there. You can learn about medicines made from rainforest plants and about the threats that rainforests are facing. Take a quiz, solve puzzles, and journey through famous rainforests.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Rain Forests; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Dr. E’s Energy Lab

Dr. E’s Energy Lab

Learn about different types of energy, such as geothermal, solar, and wind energy on this interactive website! The site can also help you learn about renewable energy, alternative fuels, and gives you tips on how to use less energy.
Subject: Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Conservation Of Energy

Roofus’ Solar and Efficient Neighborhood

Roofus’ Solar and Efficient Neighborhood

Learn how to conserve energy by checking out Roofus’ energy-smart house and by playing games in his backyard.
Subject: Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Conservation Of Energy; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Endangered Ecosystems

Endangered Ecosystems

Go on an expedition to explore the endangered ecosystems of the Costa Rican Caterpillars, the Mexican Wildcats, and the Brazilian River Otters.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Animal Coloring/Info Pages

Animal Coloring/Info Pages

Print out pictures of animals to color! Choose from amphibians, reptiles, cats, dogs, dinosaurs, and much, much more! Pictures of some of the many animals that are in danger of extinction are also available.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Fun Stuff–Arts & Crafts–Coloring–Science

Switch Zoo

Switch Zoo

At the Switch Zoo, you can combine different animal parts to make your own new animal species! You can then take a picture and add a title and story to your creation. This site requires a Flash Player.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Zoos

A+ Math Worksheets

A+ Math Worksheets

Print worksheets to help your children or students with basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division math facts. There are also worksheets for money, fractions, decimals, order of operations and basic algebra.
Subject: Math And Science–Math; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Snakes and Reptiles

Snakes and Reptiles

Pictures, videos, audio, and interactive content about crocodiles, lizards, turtles, snakes, and other reptiles.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Reptiles & Amphibians

Level 2 Horsemanship Tutorial

Level 2 Horsemanship Tutorial

This site helps you learn a lot of terms about horses: riding, training, and general horse knowledge. The information is based on the CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association)Composite Horsemanship Manual.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Sports & Recreation–Horsemanship

Kidfish – All About Lakes – and Fly Fishing Too

Kidfish – All About Lakes – and Fly Fishing Too

This site really is all about lakes and fly fishing. It has science information about lakes. It has instructions for tying a fly for fly fishing. It has descriptions of different kinds of fish.
Subject: Sports & Recreation–Fishing; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Jumping Into Science

Jumping Into Science

This site describes the science of ski jumping. Learn about how gravity, drag, aerodynamics, friction, lift, air pressure, and wind tunnels affect a ski jumper???s performance. Although not updated, the information is factual.
Subject: Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry; Sports & Recreation–Skiing

Edheads – Simple Machines Activities

Edheads – Simple Machines Activities

Ever wonder about simple machines? This website has activities to show how and why simple machines in the house and in the tool shed work. You can also learn about the meaning of words such as lever, pulley, simple machine, and more by looking at the Simple Machines Glossary on the site.
Subject: Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry; Math And Science

Electronics for Kids

Electronics for Kids

Did you ever wonder about how electricity works? Here are some science experiments dealing with electricity. Ask adults for help.
Subject: Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry; Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects

FT Exploring

FT Exploring

Look at the basic principles controlling how things work in nature. From photosynthesis to working catapults, the site uses stories and science to help you “follow how the energy flows”.
Subject: Math And Science

AAA Math

AAA Math

This site has hundreds of pages on basic math skills, with interactive practice activities associated with each of the concepts. You can browse the site’s contents by grade level or by math topic, or you can look through the Inex of Exercises.
Subject: Math And Science–Math

Natural History Notebooks

Natural History Notebooks

“In our Natural History Notebooks you’ll find lots of fascinating facts about 246 animal species. You’ll also learn about the amazing diversity of life on earth (both past and present), and why it’s important to protect that diversity.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals

Sky Diary KIDSTORM

Sky Diary KIDSTORM

This site has information about weather phenomena such as tornado, lightning, hurricanes, as well as storm chasers, who like to observe and study these phenomena up close.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Math.com

Math.com

You can read about famous mathematicians, or look at the Wonders of Math, or use one of their calculators . . . But the Homework Help Search Engine makes this site totally great – You tell it what grade you are in, and what subject you need help with, and the search engine finds the best sites for you.
Subject: Math And Science–Math; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

SKY Tonight

SKY Tonight

Almost everything you need to know about astronomy is listed right here at this site. Are you interested in getting astronomy software for your computer, or are you more likely to look at stars in your back yard? Either way, this site has something for you!
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Discovery Kids

Discovery Kids

“Hey Discovery Kids! Welcome to Discovery Kids. When we said ‘The Adventure Starts Here’ we weren’t kidding. … Ever wanted to climb a climbing wall? Ride a camel? Learn to take your own pictures? Well, here is the place to learn how.”
Subject: Fun Stuff; Math And Science

Playmusic

Playmusic

Learn all about orchestras and what it’s like to play in one. You can listen to music too if you install the plug-ins (you might need help from a grown-up).
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Music

Fun Facts About Fungi

Fun Facts About Fungi

“We find fungi so fascinating that we wanted to share some fun facts about fungi with you. Fungi both cure and cause disease. They determine what plants grow in your yard and in forests, and keep us from being buried in waste. Some fungi taste great — others can kill you!”
Subject: Math And Science–Plants

Learn2 Understand How Airplanes Work

Learn2 Understand How Airplanes Work

“How can a 100-ton hunk of metal fly through the air as if it were weightless? Discover the nuts-and-bolts principles that make the miracle of flight possible.”
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft

Fatal Flood

Fatal Flood

Read about a flood during the spring of 1927 along the Mississippi River that killed as many as a thousand people and left a million homeless. In addition, learn how “efforts to contain the river pitted the majority black population against an aristocratic plantation family, the Percys-and the Percys against themselves.”
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Hot Air Balloons

Hot Air Balloons

“Take a Hot Air Balloon Cyber-Ride!” On this site you can read about ballooning adventures, explore the science and history of hot air balloons, and find science projects about balloons.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft; Sports & Recreation–Balloons

Tiki the Penguin’s Home Page

Tiki the Penguin’s Home Page

Tiki the Penguin has put together this site just for you to help you meet kids from all around the world, to learn about how they live and the problems that people and penguins (and other living things) face as we share this earth. Learn how to make the world a place of kindness and peace for all living things as you journey around the earth. Fin …
Subject: Our World–Geography & World Culture; Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

The New Tank Guide

The New Tank Guide

Keith gives you guidelines for setting up a freshwater aquarium. He includes a list, description and purpose of parts and equipment, and explains how to set up and cycle your new tank and then introduce new fish.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Pets

Shark Attack

Shark Attack

“Get the facts on sharks — everything from how they give birth to when they first appeared on Earth. Explore our clickable shark to learn more about the six senses that help this masterful predator hunt.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Oceans Alive!

Oceans Alive!

“The oceans are alive! Our planet, mostly covered by water, is filled with movement and life. Learn all about our global seas in Oceans ALIVE!”
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Lemonade Stand

Lemonade Stand

“Lemonade Stand is a classic game that teaches the basics about how supply and demand affect business. In this game, it is your job to run a street-corner lemonade stand and to try to make some money doing it.”
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Money

EarthNet

EarthNet

Teachers can find tons of earth science activities here and students can get help with popular earth science topics. The site is also available in French.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Hinterland Who’s Who

Hinterland Who’s Who

This site has fact sheets about many Canadian birds and mammals with information about their appearance, life history, and habits. The site also has many ideas about how to help the environment, including how to attract birds and build houses for them.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species

Pete & Barb’s Penguin Pages

Pete & Barb’s Penguin Pages

“Inside this site you will find everything you want to know about penguins.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

MARS: Exploring the Red Planet

MARS: Exploring the Red Planet

“World Book editors have compiled a collection of articles about the planet Mars, including efforts to explore the Martian atmosphere and surface, and prospects for sending humans to the planet.”
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Solar System Simulator

Solar System Simulator

The Solar System Simulator will show you a picture of any planet or moon as it would look if you were standing on another planet or traveling with one of the NASA space probes.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft; Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Operation Ruby Throat: The Hummingbird Project

Operation Ruby Throat: The Hummingbird Project

“Ruby-throated Hummingbirds (Archilochus colubris) are the most widely distributed of the world’s 338 species of hummingbirds, all of which occur ONLY in the Western Hemisphere.” This site includes information about these tiny birds such as habitat, migration, size, interesting facts and much more.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Birds & Bats

Winter Storms

Winter Storms

Learn all about winter weather here.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Global 200: Priority Areas for Conservation

Global 200: Priority Areas for Conservation

This interactive map lets you look at some of the Earth’s “richest, rarest, and most endangered terrestrial, marine, and freshwater natural areas”.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Maggie’s Earth Adventures

Maggie’s Earth Adventures

Teachers: Get free lesson plans and ideas for classroom activities to help your students learn about environmental issues. Your students will have fun helping Maggie and her dog, Dude, on their special missions to solve problems all over the globe. Requires Flash.
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Sea and Sky

Sea and Sky

Sea and Sky features image galleries, games, articles, and links to other resources on the Internet, all relating to astronomy and oceanography.
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

SAMI: Science and Math Initiatives

SAMI: Science and Math Initiatives

“SAMI is a clearing house of resources, funding, and curriculum for math and science teachers.” A Teacher Help Service is provided, in which thirteen K-12 teachers are available for assistance, as well as math, science, and classroom resources. SAMI also contains a search index, which provides annotations and links to websites.
Subject: Math Whiz–Math Whiz Resources For Teachers & Parents; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Journey North

Journey North

Journey North tracks the springtime migration of many different species by connecting students across North America with the Internet. Students “share their own field observations with classrooms across the Hemisphere. In addition, students are linked with scientists who provide their expertise directly to the classroom. Several migrations are tra …
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Math And Science Virtual Field Trips; Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Teacher’s Lab

Teacher’s Lab

The Teachers’ Lab provides “teachers and educators with a deeper understanding of commonly taught math and science concepts. Many of the Labs are based upon professional development workshops broadcast on the Annenberg/CPB Channel. Each lab will combine online activities with background information,interactive polls or worksheets participants can u …
Subject: Math Whiz–Math Whiz Resources For Teachers & Parents; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

An Inquirer’s Guide to the Universe

An Inquirer’s Guide to the Universe

Investigate planets and the universe through a list of science facts and science fiction ideas. In addition, an imaginary planet gallery allows users to explore planets, and the space story studios and portfolios provide opportunities for writing and reading about stories created at this website.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Wind Energy – The Franklin Institute

Wind Energy – The Franklin Institute

Learn all about wind through background information, investigative and production activities, and through online productions done by other schools about wind.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

All About Rainforests

All About Rainforests

Learn all about rainforests, including tropical and temperate rainforests, as well as the people, animals, and plants that live in them. The importance of rainforests is also presented in relation to the Earth’s atmosphere and the greenhouse effect.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Rain Forests

NASA Quest

NASA Quest

Learn what it takes to fly in outer space. You can read about the typical work day of NASA employees or watch videos on a variety of topics. Find out about NASA’s latest developments and explore space and the solar system through the videos and activities provided.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Zoom Astronomy

Zoom Astronomy

Learn all about the planets, stars, comets, astronauts, and other topics related to the solar system. With an Astronomy Dictionary and fun classroom activities, including interactive puzzels and a solar system tutorial, a wide variety of information is provided.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Zoom Butterfly: All About Butterflies

Zoom Butterfly: All About Butterflies

Learn all about butterflies, through their life cycles, anatomy, senses, and many other traits. Information sheets, classroom activities, ann an illustrated butterfly dictionary make learning easy and fun.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

Exploring the Environment

Exploring the Environment

Learn about environmental issues such as ozone depletion, the endangerment of coral reefs, and wildland fires. Play games such as “Mars Landing”.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Savage Seas

Savage Seas

What goes on between the sea and sky? Cyclones, tsunamis, El Ni??o, waves, global warming, icebergs, and more! This website will give you a feel for their immense power and their inner workings. Check out the satellite viewer and video clips too.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Learn2 Treat a Dog Bite

Learn2 Treat a Dog Bite

This site will “take you through the steps for cleaning and dressing a wound,” and also addresses “the special measures you can take if the situation is more serious.”
Subject: Health–Safety; Math And Science–Animals–Pets

Learn2 Read Music

Learn2 Read Music

“A lot of people think music is difficult to read–but it’s not. It’s actually the simplest written language there is. And once you get the basics down, the rewards will last a lifetime.”
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Music

Geometry

Geometry

The site covers basic terms, angles and angle terms, figures and polygons, area and perimeter, coordinates and similar figures, as well as space figures and basic solids. Easy to understand!
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Geometry

Science Whatzit!

Science Whatzit!

Do you have a tough science question you want answered? Ask it here! Only the “best” questions get answered, but you can learn lots of cool things from browsing through the answers to the questions already asked.
Subject: Math And Science

The Last Word

The Last Word

Why is the sky blue? Why don’t penguins’ feet freeze? To find out answers to these questions and more, here is a “huge database of everyday scientific Q & A is also available.”
Subject: Math And Science

Coolmath4kids.com

Coolmath4kids.com

An interactive “amusement park of math and more — especially designed for FUN, FUN, FUN!” This site is for kids of all ages, including parents and teachers.
Subject: Math And Science–Math; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Web Museum

Web Museum

Learn about famous artists and themes in Western art history, and see the art! Special exhibits on Cezanne and the Riches Heures medieval manuscripts are provided along some information on Japanese art and architecture.
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Art–Art History; Art, Music & Museums–Museums

Wolves

Wolves

Learn more about wolves and how their survival of these hinges on both natural and human forces by exploring how these forces touch wolves, elk, cattle, and coyotes. The site also includes a K-12 activity guide for both families and classrooms.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Apollo to the Moon

Apollo to the Moon

Want to follow the story of America’s exploration of the moon? Wonder about the men who went there? Have questions about the moon rocks collected by Apollo 11? Want to learn what it was like for the astronauts by viewing their gear and vehicles? Take a look at this space site!
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space

Earth Today: A Digital View of Our Dynamic Planet

Earth Today: A Digital View of Our Dynamic Planet

???Our Earth is unique among the planets. Liquid water covers 70% of the surface and the atmosphere is rich in water vapor. It is a geologically active planet. Yet Earth’s most unique characteristic is the presence and diversity of life.??? You can find information on the Earth???s atmosphere, geosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere at this site. Che …
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space

How Things Fly

How Things Fly

What makes an airplane fly? How does a spacecraft stay in orbit? Why does a baloon float in the air? To find out, visit this website and learn how things fly. Requires Adobe Reader to view.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft

GPS: A New Constellation

GPS: A New Constellation

???In the past, the stars were used for navigation. Today’s world requires greater accuracy. The new constellation of artificial stars provided by the Global Positioning System (GPS) serves this important need.??? Learn about GPS and how it helps people find their way on land, at sea, and in the air. Plus, this site talks about how GPS is used to …
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space; Math And Science–Technology & Industry

The EnviroLink Network

The EnviroLink Network

This information-packed website provides access to lots of online environmental resources and news articles.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Be a Spacecraft Engineer

Be a Spacecraft Engineer

“NASA needs your help! As part of an international coalition, it has begun building the International Space Station. But the Space Station is threatened by orbital debris, abandoned satellites, rocket remnants, and many other things. Can you design a spacecraft to protect the Space Station from this ‘space junk’?”
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft; Fun Stuff–Games & Activities

Arithmetic

Arithmetic

WOW! Here is a ton of free, online, interactive arithmetic exercises and problems, challenge games and explanations for grades K-8. Parents and Teachers, make sure to check out the over 200 lesson pages included on this site.
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Arithmetic & Basic Math; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Animals

Animals

If you like animals, you’ll like this site! It has webcams (check out the baby owls!), quizzes to see how much you know about animals, and fact files on different animals (these might help if you have a report).
Subject: Math And Science–Animals

Underground Adventure

Underground Adventure

Are you ready to explore the creepy, crawly world of dirt? If so, you first have to be transmogrified to the size of a spider in order to follow your friendly underground guide around tree roots and through earthworm tunnels.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science

AC/DC: What’s the Difference?

AC/DC: What’s the Difference?

This site offers a simple and interactive explanation that shows the difference between alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC). Also, learn “what exactly an electric current is and two ways that the currents can be produced inside a battery, a generator, and a light bulb.
Subject: Math And Science–Technology & Industry

Life Beyond Earth

Life Beyond Earth

???Join in the search for life beyond Earth: Take a drive on the Highway Through Time to learn how life began here on Earth. Explore what scientists call The Habitable Zone as you search for life within the solar system. And look into the future to see what a Terraforming project might involve.???
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Who’s Out There?

Who’s Out There?

“Who’s out there? Are humans alone in the universe? Scientists involved in SETI, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence?are using modern technology to search for the answer to this age-old question. What if you were hired to lead such a search? Explore what you need to know to design a SETI research project, then test your skills at searching …
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Human Space Flight

Human Space Flight

Check out videos, graphics, and other information on space stations, space shuttles, exploration to Mars, and much more.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft

Flight

Flight

The history of flight is yours to explore. Meet pilots and inventors, like the Wright Brothers; fly with daring barnstormers; and learn about the early days of air mail.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft

Minax Tarantulas

Minax Tarantulas

“Get facts on the biology and care of these huge spiders, as well as lots of photos and info on different species.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

Inside Art

Inside Art

“You got sucked into a painting at the art museum. But I’ll bet you weren’t paying attention so you have no idea which painting you’re trapped in.” You’ll have to learn some new things about art before you can escape!
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Art–Art History

Roman Numerals 101

Roman Numerals 101

This site shows all the symbols used in writing Roman Numerals, and how to put them together to make new numbers.
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Arithmetic & Basic Math

Science Master

Science Master

Discover science information to help you learn about many topics in the ???Jumpstart Science??? and ???Learning Galleries??? sections. But don???t forget to scroll down the page: Unfortunately, this otherwise excellent site is full of ads!
Subject: Teachers & Parents’ Corner–Science Net; Math And Science; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Amazing Paper Airplanes

Amazing Paper Airplanes

Want to make some cool paper airplanes? This is the site for you. All of the “Favorite” airplanes have folding and cutting instructions. These are neat, but they aren’t easy, so you might want some help!
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft; Fun Stuff–Arts & Crafts–Paper Crafts

The Aviary

The Aviary

This site offers profiles of a variety of bird species, from the American Robin to the White Pelican. Photos plus information on appearance, eggs, and habitat are provided.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Birds & Bats

The Science Explorer: Exploratorium-At-Home Books

The Science Explorer: Exploratorium-At-Home Books

Learn all about the world around you using science experiments! This site shows you how to make your own sun clock, how to make a rainbow by using a CD, and how to make your own periscope. Great for teachers and kids.
Subject: Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Insects on the Web

Insects on the Web

Learn all about insects. This site shows the beautiful side of bugs that we don’t always get to see.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Worms

Worms

Learn about worms with a first grade class in Minnesota. These kids tell us all about worms and share with us all that they learned by showing us pictures they drew and giving us a recipe to make chocolate covered worms. Yuck!
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

Tarantulas (DesertUSA)

Tarantulas (DesertUSA)

Curious about tarantulas? This site tells where tarantulas live, what they like to eat, and how male and female tarantulas mate.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

Leonardo’s Workshop

Leonardo’s Workshop

Go with Carmine Chameleon on an ArtEdventure. Someone has used Dr. N Ventor’s time machine to travel back to the Renaissance. They’ve meddled in time and its up to you to stop them!
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Art–Art History

Amazing Space

Amazing Space

Interactive activities on topics like comets, stars, black holes, the solar system, and the Hubble Space Telescope with its amazing multimedia gallery. The site is organized into four areas: Online explorations, The Star Witness News, Capture the cosmos, and Homework help. Requires Java.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Sky Watch

Sky Watch

Learn about the stars and the night sky on this site from the Discovery Channel.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Dive and Discover

Dive and Discover

“Join scientists as they dive to the mid-ocean ridge thousands of meters deep. Explore towering underwater volcanoes, black smokers, and bizarre creatrues that live there.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

Earth Science Explorer

Earth Science Explorer

Explores earth science and dinosaurs, geologic time and plate tectonics, adaptation and diversity. Designed for students and teachers. Teacher’s notes are available for complete course.
Subject: Science Net–Earth Science–Geography; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Living Things

Living Things

Collaborative study of living things that includes modules on the individual, families, neighborhood and the circle of life. Sections for both student and teachers.
Subject: Math And Science–Plants; Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Oceanography Theme Page

Oceanography Theme Page

Site contains articles, maps, interactive displays, general oceanography resources, lesson plans, “Ask an Expert” section, habitats (ocean and desert), creatures, oceanography studied from Space and more. For students K-12 and teachers.
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Exploring Planets in the classroom: Hands-on activities

Exploring Planets in the classroom: Hands-on activities

Resource for students and teachers covering the solar system, volcanology, impact craters, the dynamic earth, gravity and planetary properties. Includes lesson plans and hands-on activities.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Volcanos; Our World–Our World Resources For Parents & Teachers; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Human Body’s Brain/Nervous System

Human Body’s Brain/Nervous System

Thematic approcah to the human brain and nervous system. Contains images, diagrams, text, tutorial, lesson plans, links, human body atlas, articles on how th various sense related to the functions of the brain. For students K-12 and teachers.
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Science Hobbyist

Science Hobbyist

A compendium of science experiments, knowledge, images, projects, weird science, facts and places to see. For all ages. Includes materials, instructions, (some lesson plans,) explanations of experiments.
Subject: Math And Science; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Exploratorium Science Snacks

Exploratorium Science Snacks

Contains 107 small experiements that can be performed at home. Material lists, instructions, science history and explanations included. Experiements range from Anti-Gravity to Tornados. Although designed for 6th-9th graders, all ages can participate.
Subject: Math And Science–Science Museums; Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects

ArtsConnectEd

ArtsConnectEd

With an Art Gallery, Archive, and Playground, this is a way-cool art site. Teachers, you’ll find a section titled “For Your Classroom” that can be searched lots of different ways, including by grade level.
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Museums–Art Museums

Levi Coffin House

Levi Coffin House

The Levi Coffin House has been called the “Grand Central Station of the Underground Railroad.” There are photos of the house showing how the runaway slaves hid while at the Coffin House, while they gathered strength for the rest of the journey to freedom.
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Museums–History Museums

Visual Fractions

Visual Fractions

“See fractions on a number line and get help identifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing them. Play some games for practice. Uses Java.”
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Arithmetic & Basic Math

Restoration Online

Restoration Online

This site gives you an “up-close look at the delicate process of restoring a painting that is over 300 years old.” You can look at the daily log or read what was wrong with the painting.
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Art

Art Safari

Art Safari

This site lets you choose a famous painting, and then helps you write a story about it. You can even submit your story to a Childrens Art Display that will be seen by people all over the world!
Subject: Reading Zone–Creative Writing; Art, Music & Museums

The Lab

The Lab

“Australian Broadcast Corporation’s gateway to online science. Includes tons of science news, games and puzzles, jokes, links, and much more.”
Subject: Math And Science

Earthforce

Earthforce

Ever wondered what a Tsunami is? What causes earthquakes? How deep you would have to dig to reach the fiery core of the earth? Or how to avoid getting caught in an avalanche? Find answers to these questions and more from this site and its links to other great resources.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science; Teachers & Parents’ Corner–Science Net

What’s It Like Where You Live?

What’s It Like Where You Live?

Explore other environments, like the rainforest, tundra, desert and more! Learn what each of these places is like, what kinds of plants and animals they have, and where in the world these zones are located.
Subject: Math And Science–Plants; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat; Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Professor Freedman’s Math Help

Professor Freedman’s Math Help

“A mixture of sound, humor, color, animation and graphics with lots of help for the ‘math anxious’ student. Its aim is to give students a self-directed and entertaining way to learn basic math and algebra. The site includes tutorial lessons authored by students, math assignments, study skills tips, links to free tutors and learning style informatio …
Subject: Math And Science–Math; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Space.com

Space.com

This is “your place for space” – Play space games, ask questions, send postcards, vote in the weekly poll, and check out space news. Don’t forget to check out the pictures from the EarthKAM, taken by kids like you!
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Scientific American Frontiers–For Educators

Scientific American Frontiers–For Educators

This page lists teaching guides from over 10 seasons of Scientific American Frontiers, a PBS show. There is also information about videotaping rights for teachers who would like to use the show in the classroom, and transcripts of shows.
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

MicroAngela’s Electron Microscope Image Gallery

MicroAngela’s Electron Microscope Image Gallery

This site has pictures of insects taken through a powerful microscope. There are also funny pictures, like a picture of an insect playing the guitar!
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

The Science Club

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 page contains instructions for doing easy, medium, and advanced projects and experiments, as well as suggested reading lists.
Subject: Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Center for Insect Science Education Outreach

Center for Insect Science Education Outreach

“Our objectives are to develop new integrated education materials that foster the use of live insects as teaching models and to offer teacher training in background information about arthropods and how to use them in the classroom.” Includes lesson plans and curriculum information.
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Insect Information Sheets

Insect Information Sheets

Facts and data about many different bugs and insects, including spiders, flies, ants, mosquitoes, grasshoppers, ladybugs, and more.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

The Robot Zoo

The Robot Zoo

A this site, you can “pet” animals such as grasshoppers, rhino’s, and squid ONLINE! Learn all about how these animals eat, move, and live.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Zoos; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Charlotte, the Vermont Whale

Charlotte, the Vermont Whale

Hear the story and see the exhibit of whale bones that were discovered in Vermont in 1849. Learn about the bones “unlike any animal previously discovered in Vermont.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Cool Kids Fishing

Cool Kids Fishing

You can learn about fish, crustaceans, and shellfish. Read some fun stories, too.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Bats

Bats

Learn lots of facts about bats at this searchable site. You can find out about such things as the anatomy of bats, stories about bats, even sports teams with bat mascots.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Birds & Bats; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Your Weight on Other Worlds

Your Weight on Other Worlds

Would you like to know what you would weigh on Jupiter, Mars, or the Moon? Visit this site and find out.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Webmath.com – Math for Everyone

Webmath.com – Math for Everyone

Do you need to convert a temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius? Let this site help you make the calculation. It also tells how to calculate a tip and how to figure the sale price of a discounted item.
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Math In The Real World

Webmath.com – K-8 Math

Webmath.com – K-8 Math

This page will walk you through all kinds of math problems from addition and division to rounding to fractions. You can even learn how to pronounce some really big numbers.
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Arithmetic & Basic Math

Biology4Kids

Biology4Kids

Are you trying learn what the different parts of the cell are? This site introduces you to the major concepts in biology. You can search the site, or visit different sections on cells, microorganisms, plants, invertebrates, vertebrates, and animal systems.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Plants

Wildlife Species

Wildlife Species

Do you need information about the peregrine falcon, Pacific salmon, or the walrus? This page provides links to information about many kinds of wildlife. Some of the pages have photographs of the animal.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals

Sparky the Fire Dog

Sparky the Fire Dog

Let Sparky the Fire Dog teach you about fire safety. You can also get some good information about dalmatians and firetrucks at this site, too.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Transportation; Health–Safety

Endangered!: Exploring a World at Risk

Endangered!: Exploring a World at Risk

Learn about the many endangered species and habitats of the world. Find out what has caused these species and habitats to be endangered. Read the Legend of the Meeps Island Flying Frog and learn something about endangered animals.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Planetpals.com: Friends for Earth

Planetpals.com: Friends for Earth

Print out paper crafts, learn about recycling and the environment, have fun with Planetpals puzzles, and more at this cool site.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection; Fun Stuff–Arts & Crafts–Paper Crafts

Black Hole Gang

Black Hole Gang

Explore lots of science topics from the rainforest to the Periodic Table of the Elements to microscopes. You click on different characters and follow the hidden links to information about all kinds of science. Teachers can also find resources at this site.
Subject: Math And Science; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Flights of Inspiration

Flights of Inspiration

The Franklin Institute Science Museum presents an interactive look at pioneering efforts in aviation history. Step inside the minds of Wilbur and Orville Wright, the eccentric brothers who made the first sustained, powered flight. Learn about John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown and their first non-stop transatlantic flight. You can even find out …
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Desert Environment, Minerals & Geology Index – DesertUSA

Desert Environment, Minerals & Geology Index – DesertUSA

Find out about the minerals and geology, animals and wildlife, and plants and wildflowers of the desert environment. This site also includes a list of the deserts in the U.S. and descriptions of the peoples who have lived (and who currently live) in the desert.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Habitat

Desert Animals and Wildlife

Desert Animals and Wildlife

Many different mammals, birds, reptiles, insects and spiders inhabit desert habitats. Learn more about these animals by visiting this site. You can find out about the desert tortoise, the roadrunner, the Mexican gray wolf, the sphinx moth and dozens of other animals.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals

The Virtual Sun

The Virtual Sun

Journey to the sun and learn about our nearest star and its relationship to Earth. A slide tour offers factual information and lots of graphics.
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Virtual Field Trips; Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Sheep Breeds

Sheep Breeds

Get information on all kinds of sheep. See pictures of breeds such as the Balwen Welsh Mountain and the Xinjiang Finewool. Find out about their origins, uses, and wool quality as well as much more. There are links to other livestock breeds including goats and pigs.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals

Horse Breeds

Horse Breeds

Learn about all different kinds of horses, from the Abyssinian to the Zhemaichu. This site provides information on dozens of breeds of horses: their history, their uses, their physical characteristics, their temperament and more. Lots of good pictures, too.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals

Cattle Breeds

Cattle Breeds

Would you like to know where the Holstein cow came from? Do you want to discover why the Texas Longhorn is so important to the beef industry? Find the answers to these questions at this site. You can learn about all kinds of breeds of cattle from all over the world.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals

Atoms Family

Atoms Family

Let Dracula, Frankenstein, the Phantom and others introduce you to ideas in chemistry and physics. You can learn about electricity, atoms, energy and more. This site also gives ideas for experiments that you can do at home or online.
Subject: Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry

Echo of the Elephants

Echo of the Elephants

Meet Echo, a mother elephant and leader of fifteen other African elephants. This page describes the research of Cynthia Moss, who has been studying elephants in Kenya. You can learn a lot about these animals, including the way they communicate with each other.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals

Bagheera: A Website for our Endangered Species

Bagheera: A Website for our Endangered Species

Learn how to save endangered species and discover some classroom activities that are ways to help animals in the wild. Special topics include counting tigers and zoos and aquariums.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Endangered Species

The Big Picture: Jupiter’s Rings Discoveries

The Big Picture: Jupiter’s Rings Discoveries

A guide to many places on the Web where you can learn about the planet Jupiter and its rings, with links to current news stories about Jupiter’s Rings.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Gakken’s Photo Encyclopedia of Ants

Gakken’s Photo Encyclopedia of Ants

This site has lots of photographs and funny illustrations. You can learn many facts about ants . You can even find out about catching and keeping ants. Check this site for ideas for science experiments, too.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

Katerpillars & Mystery Bugs

Katerpillars & Mystery Bugs

Find out about all kinds of bugs! There’s information about common insects as well as the more unusual. Lots of links for both kids and teachers.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Girlstart

Girlstart

At Girlstart (formerly SmartGrrls) you can find a collection of fun math and science resources and activities for girls, along with information about careers in the sciences.
Subject: Math And Science

Animated Math Glossary

Animated Math Glossary

Interactive math vocabulary builder for grades 1-6.
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Arithmetic & Basic Math; Math Whiz–Math Whiz Resources For Teachers & Parents

A. Pintura: Art Detective

A. Pintura: Art Detective

Learn about the paintings of Picasso, Van Gogh and Raphael as you play detective at this interactive site. This is a fun way to explore art history. Teachers can also find resources for the classroom.
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Art–Art History

National Inventors Hall of Fame

National Inventors Hall of Fame

Discover the inventor in you. This site offers cool exhibits and activities featuring stuff about inventions and inventors. It gives great links to other invention sites, such as the African-American Inventors site and other hands-on museums.
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Museums–Science Museums; Math And Science–Science Museums

Zoom Apes

Zoom Apes

Did you know there are five kinds of apes? They include gorillas, chimpanzees, orangutans, gibbons, and siamangs. Learn about each of these primates, plus find printouts, and take a quiz at this site from Enchanted Learning.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals

Bats4Kids: Bats Bats Everywhere

Bats4Kids: Bats Bats Everywhere

Everything you ever wanted to know about bats and more! You can play bat games, take a bat quiz, and learn all sorts of important facts about bats.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Birds & Bats

Zoom Whales

Zoom Whales

“A comprehensive on-line hypertext book about whales. It is designed for students of all ages and levels of comprehension. It has an easy-to-use structure that allows readers to start at a basic level on each topic, and then to progress to much more advanced information as desired, simply by clicking on links.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Mammals; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Insecta

Insecta

“A website devoted to insects” with photographs and information. Includes a “bug of the month” section and insect lore.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

Zoom Sharks

Zoom Sharks

“Online book about sharks that has facts, pictures, print-outs, extreme sharks, and much more.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Crayola Color Corner

Crayola Color Corner

At this site, you can learn all about color, take quizzes on color, find ideas for crafts to make, print out pages to color, send colorful electronic cards, and learn about the Crayola Factory at Two Rivers Landing. Most activities require free registration.
Subject: Fun Stuff–Arts & Crafts–Coloring; Computers And The Internet–Online Games; Math And Science–Physics & Chemistry; Computers And The Internet–Postcards & E-mail

Astronomy for Kids

Astronomy for Kids

Fun facts about the sun, moon, stars, comets, and planets. There are lots of pictures of things in space that you can’t see without special instruments.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Solar Eclipse

Solar Eclipse

Learn about solar eclipses: what causes them and how to view one safely.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Live from the Hubble Space Telescope

Live from the Hubble Space Telescope

Learn how the Hubble Space Telescope works. Don’t forget to take a look at the cool pictures of the planets, stars, and galaxies in the Image Gallery!
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

NOVA Online–Hunt for Alien Worlds

NOVA Online–Hunt for Alien Worlds

Are there other solar systems besides our own? How do planets begin? Is there life on other planets? Scientists explore the answers to these questions and more. And, you can become a stargazer! This site tells you how. Includes a star map, “how to find the planets,” and a guide to some of the constellations. Based on a program originally aired on …
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Virtual Antarctica

Virtual Antarctica

Have you ever wondered what life in Antartica is like? Find out about the weather, the glaciers, and the animals in Antarctica. If you’re really interested, there’s even information about what you would need to bring for a trip there.
Subject: Our World–Our World Virtual Field Trips; Math And Science–Earth Science; Our World–Oceania & Antarctica–Antarctica

PBS TeacherSource: Science

PBS TeacherSource: Science

PBS has assembled an excellent collection of resources for K-12 teachers.
There is a monthly spotlight subject, plus links and lesson plans.
Subject: Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

NOVA Online–Shark Attack!

NOVA Online–Shark Attack!

Lots of cool facts about sharks! Learn about the shark’s six senses. Want to learn even more about sharks?– Contains shark-related links. Based on a program originally aired on PBS’ NOVA television series.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Secrets of the Ocean Realm

Secrets of the Ocean Realm

Learn about the creatures of the sea and underwater photography at this site based on the PBS television series.
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

All about the South African musical group Ladysmith Black Mambazo, whose traditional music opened the the culture of their homeland to the world. Read the biographies of each musician. Learn the Zulu language!
Subject: Our World–Africa–South Africa; Art, Music & Museums–Music–Musicians & History

Flight Over Four Corners

Flight Over Four Corners

“Soar above the American Southwest with Adriel Heisey, a photographer so determined to get a birds-eye view that he built his own aircraft.”
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft; USA–50 States

Jellyfish are Everywhere!

Jellyfish are Everywhere!

Learn about the different kinds of jellyfish and how to avoid getting stung by one.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Sanctuary: U.S. National Wildlife Refuges

Sanctuary: U.S. National Wildlife Refuges

“Take a serious look at America’s ecological oases. Find out what threats menace wildlife and, perhaps, the refuges themselves.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Earth Science–Environment–Environmental Protection

Lightning: The Shocking Story

Lightning: The Shocking Story

“Get the science and the stories behind the bolts that strike our earth a hundred times every second.”
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Star Journey

Star Journey

???View the nighttime sky using National Geographic???s popular Star Chart, now with overlays of Hubble Space Telescope images. Visit our Star Attractions highlights of the heavens or take a look at the Hubble Space Telescope itself using our model and guide. Take charge of the telescope and plot your own course through the cosmos.???
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Two Legends of Aviation – World Book Encyclopedia

Two Legends of Aviation – World Book Encyclopedia

A feature by the World Book Encyclopedia about the lives of Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart, and the impact they had on the history of flight and navigation.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft; Math And Science–History & People

Shark Surfari

Shark Surfari

“Get a kid’s-eye view of these ancient fish. Fins surround you, but the only teeth on our cyber sharks are quiz questions that challenge your knowledge–and prejudices.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Tarantulas

Tarantulas

“Explore the tarantula’s secret realm, from underground burrows to tree branches. Get a close look at???and inside???these fascinating, diverse spiders.”
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

Kaikoura

Kaikoura

“Join an international team of scientists as they probe New Zealand’s Kaikoura Canyon in an effort at spotting the elusive giant squid.”
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Our World–Oceania & Antarctica–New Zealand; Math And Science–Animals–Fish & Other Water Creatures

Windows Live Local

Windows Live Local

Type in an address in the United States, and you’ll be shown a map of where the address is! Once you have the map, you can zoom in, zoom out, or move in different directions.
Subject: Science Net–Earth Science–Geography

The Thinking Fountain

The Thinking Fountain

Perform cool science experiments! Learn how to make your own paper, build a spaghetti structure, grow mold on bread (yuck), create a *square* bubble–and lots more!
Subject: Math And Science–Science Museums; Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Math Central: A K-12 Math Education Website

Math Central: A K-12 Math Education Website

This site has information for educators through Teacher Talk magazine, Quandries & Queries, Resource Room — with a database on a wide range of mathematical concepts, and Bulletin Board, where educators can post information for review by other educators. (This site is also available in French.)
Subject: Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

King Cobra

King Cobra

Journey through the segments of the King Cobra and discover its powers and life cycle as well as the myths and legends that surround it.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Reptiles & Amphibians

Rattlesnake! Bayou Bob’s Brazos River Rattlesnake Ranch

Rattlesnake! Bayou Bob’s Brazos River Rattlesnake Ranch

“Discussions about snake species identification, behavioral traits, critical bite first aid,” and other topics are presented very clearly. Specifically discusses the rattlesnake, copperhead, anaconda, coral snake, moccasin, and cottonmouth.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Reptiles & Amphibians

San Diego Zoo

San Diego Zoo

See pictures of animals at the San Diego Zoo, play animal games and send an electronic postcard with the picture of your favorite animal on it. Learn about different animals. Visit special online exhibits you plan to go to the zoo, learn about the different events, activities and exhibits available there.
Subject: Fun Stuff–Other Fun Stuff–Electronic Postcards; Math And Science–Animals–Zoos

Math2.org (Formerly Dave’s Math Tables)

Math2.org (Formerly Dave’s Math Tables)

This site has tables for just about all your math needs, including addition and multiplication tables in the General Math tables, polynomials and exponents in the Algebra tables, and areas and volumes in the Geometry tables. There are also tables for trigonometry, statistics, and calculus. A great site for homework help! (Also available in Spani …
Subject: Math And Science–Math

Fractals: A Fractals Unit for Elementary and Middle School Students

Fractals: A Fractals Unit for Elementary and Middle School Students

“Fractals are geometric figures, just like rectangles, circles and squares, but fractals have special properties that those figures do not have. There’s lots of information on the Web about fractals, but most of it is either just pretty pictures or very high-level mathematics. So this fractals site is for kids, to help them understand what the wei …
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Geometry

A Typical Plant Cell

A Typical Plant Cell

The main page opens with a large image of a eukaryotic plant cell. Click on the different areas of the plant cell for an explanation. The image shows “the three distinctive structures found in plant cells: 1.Cell Wall 2.Chloroplast 3.Vacuole”.
Subject: Math And Science–Plants

National Air and Space Musuem

National Air and Space Musuem

“The National Air and Space Museum houses the national collection of artifacts relating to the development of aviation and space flight.” This collection includes “exhibits on topics as varied as early flight, military aviation, exploring space, and terrestrial remote sensing.” Explore the history of aviation, visit online special exhibits such a …
Subject: Math And Science–Science Museums; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Math Help

Math Help

This site covers a number of mathematical topics, including numbers, decimals, exponents, statistics, fractions, geometry, ratio, proportion, percents and probability, integers, metric units, measurement, and beginning algebra. It mostly provides basic help for students in 4th through 8th grades.
Subject: Math And Science–Math

Brain Teasers

Brain Teasers

“Whether you solve them at home or in the classroom, individually or as a group, you’ll find our Brain Teasers both entertaining and mentally challenging. Each Wednesday evening we will provide you with three new Brain Teasers, one at each of three grade ranges. Solutions will be posted on the following Wednesday. “
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Projects & Puzzles

Barry Louis Polisar

Barry Louis Polisar

This site is all about the music and books of Barry Louis Polisar, an American author and musician. “Barry Louis Polisar is a one-man symphony of comic anarchy. At a time when vast numbers of our kids see school as endless drudgery, Polisar says otherwise. He says, isn’t the English language fun?” –Baltimore Sun.
Subject: Reading Zone–Authors L-Z; Art, Music & Museums–Music–Musicians & History

The Science of Ballooning

The Science of Ballooning

This site for the NOVA/PBS episode, “Balloon Race,” has a history of hot-air balloons, a look at how balloons stay up in the air, and the story of a flight team’s attempt to fly around the world.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft

Bradford Robotic Telescope

Bradford Robotic Telescope

Anyone on the Internet can access this telescope and ask it to look at anything in the northern night sky! The Web doesn’t get more hands-on than this!
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

National Gallery of Art

National Gallery of Art

Take a look at the paintings, sculpture, and other art exhibits in our country’s national art gallery. Learn about special programs and events the museum offers, or visit the gift shop!
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Museums–Art Museums

Flashcards for Kids!

Flashcards for Kids!

Do you need some practice with your basic math skills? These flashcards will help you practice all by yourself and you can set the cards for your ability level.
Subject: Math And Science–Math–Projects & Puzzles

Earth and Moon Viewer

Earth and Moon Viewer

Come and see the earth in a whole new way–from the moon. This and other really cool ways to look at the earth at Earth Viewer. (Warning: Some of the pictures take a while to load. Be patient!)
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

How do Hurricanes Work?

How do Hurricanes Work?

Get inside of a hurricane to learn how these big storms happen. Learn how to understand radar images and about instruments used to measure storms.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

The Nine Planets: A Multimedia Tour of the Solar System

The Nine Planets: A Multimedia Tour of the Solar System

A multimedia tour of the solar system. Contains photos, information and data for not only the planets, but their moons and other astronomical bodies, such as comets and asteroids.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

The Yuckiest Site on the Internet

The Yuckiest Site on the Internet

This fun site has everything you need or want to know about worms and cockroaches. That’s right — yucky stuff! Did you know that worms are recyclers? Find out about worm bins. Learn how to catch and keep cockroaches as pets. This is all really fun and yucky stuff.
Subject: Math And Science–Animals–Insects, Arachnids & Worms

USA TODAY Weather

USA TODAY Weather

Find out just how the weather works, including what goes on in thunderstorms, tornadoes or hurricanes. Learn all about air density, air masses, and air pressure. You can even Ask Jack a question about the weather or read the list of frequently asked weather questions.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather

Art on the Net

Art on the Net

Visit an online art gallery! Artists from all over the world have put their work here for everyone to enjoy. You can also tour the artists’ studios and find links to many other art sites on the web.
Subject: Art, Music & Museums–Art

Weather Dude

Weather Dude

Weather can be fun when you ask the Weather Dude, Nick Walker. Nick is the Weathercaster for KSTW Channel 11’s “11 News Midday” in Seattle, Washington. Find out today’s weather or ask Nick a question about the weather. And try some of Nick’s favorite links to other weather sites. Guides for parents or teachers are provided.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science–Weather; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Smithsonian

Smithsonian

Have you ever wanted to visit the Smithsonian Museums in Washington, D.C.? This is the place where you can have a taste of each museum online! You’ll find cool stuff about science, art, animals, sports, the world, and more.
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Museum Studies; Social Sciences–Social Customs, Traditions, And Folklore; Art, Music & Museums–Magazines About Art, Music & Museums; Reading Zone–Magazines; Our World–Magazines About Our World