Research tool for elementary age students from EBSCOhost.
EBSCO’s Student Research Center makes it easy for students to search by keyword or by topic to find the most useful search results. Results can be easily sorted by source type – -magazines, reference books, photos, flags, etc.
BJ Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper (Science) was established in April 1996 when BJ was nine-years-old. It is now a website managed by Discovery Education to provide homework help to students of all grades in all subject areas, such as science.
Fact Monster (Science) is a free reference site for students, teachers, and parents. Users will be able to obtain homework help, and find facts on thousands of subjects, including science.
Dr. Seuss’s Seussville.com: The Lorax Project is an innovative interactive website that allows kids and parents to play games, send letters, organize projects, and make simple behavioral changes to conserve planet earth and protect endangered species.
National Geographic Kids is the online counterpart to the educational magazine National Geographic Kids. This site features different people, animals, and places each month with facts, games, activities, and related links.
NASA for Students is brought to the World Wide Web by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. This site provides learning tools for K-12 students, and it will teach users important facts about aeronautics and space.
Lots of science information and experiments!
Everything you need to know about energy including forms, unit basics and the periodic table.
The Kids’ Science Challenge is brought to the World Wide Web by the Pulse of the Planet and the National Science Foundation. This site provides great science games, exceptional videos, and a chance to win awesome prizes and trips!
This informational website is provided by the United States Geological Survey’s (USGS) Earthquake Hazards Program. It features puzzles, games, science fair ideas, online activity links, and virtual earthquake fly-bys for children to utilize.
Popsicle Stick Chain Reaction
Martha Visits Musser!
Betty Kisses the Bat!
Betty and Julie try their hardest to sing you this re-written holiday classic.
Jason from the Bluedorn Imaginarium demonstrates some chemistry.
A "Move With Mother Goose" participant shares some of the nursery rhymes.