Science and Math Websites
Helps students improve their math skills interactively with flashcards and games.
Hundreds of online interactive arithmetic lessons, problems, and games for grades K-8.
Ask Dr. Math
Ask Dr. Math is a question and answer service for math students and their teachers.
All About Dinosaurs
A comprehensive on-line textbook about dinosaurs.
Go on an adventure into space through interactive games about galaxies, color and light, the truth about black holes, comets, the solar system, and more.
Animal Diversity Web
A collection of pictures and information about animals.
Animal Fact Guide
Discover facts about animals around the world. Includes animal videos and a wildlife blog.
Animal Pictures Archive
View over 20,000 images of insects, mammals, reptiles, fish, amphibians, birds, and more.
AntBoy's Bug World
Brief descriptions of different kinds of insects, along with links to related sites.
Bill Nye the Science Guy
Online lab for this popular TV show.
Visual tour of cells includes a look at their life, death, and interactions with other cells.
Create a Graph
This site helps you to create and print your own graphs and charts.
Extensive information about the dinosaurs from the University of California Museum of Paleontology.
It offers topical information about the environment through interactive, fun, educational games and activities.
EIA's Kids Page
Features various sections about energy including what it is and the forms it comes in.
Large collection of animal related internet resources presented in a fun and easy to navigate manner.
A great place for student and teacher alike to find information on endangered species throughout the world.
EPA Explorers Page
The government site for youth explains how our environment effects plants and animals, the air and water, and what we can do about it.
Dozens of exciting miniature science exhibits that students and teachers can make using everyday materials.
FEMA for Kids
A resource for kids to learn about disaster preparedness.
How Stuff Works
How Stuff Works explains hundreds of subjects, from car engines to lock-picking to ESP, using clear language and tons of illustrations.
Kids Health Online
Kids Health has doctor-approved articles, animations, games, and resources to help kids learn more about their bodies and stay healthy.
NASA for Students
NASA is the best source for kids interested in space, rockets, astronauts, and the solar system.
National Wildlife Federation
Play games, go on a virtual tour, and meet Ranger Rick in this fun website.
The Nine Planets
Information about each planet and moon in our solar system with many pictures of each planet and a discussion of the history of its discovery and exploration.
A collection of science activities to try from the Franklin Institute.
Provides fun and interesting information on science and technology. Find games, projects, activities and more!
Find great games and activities on the Smithsonian Institute's interactive Student Home Page. The website also provides links to other collections at the Smithsonian.
Smithsonian National Zoological Park
Explore this "virtual" National zoo to learn about various species and their habitats.
Tracking and Stalking North American
This site provides pictures of tracks for numerous animals, general information about tracking, and breaks animals into categories such as hooved animals, carnivores, and rodents.
Find details about volcanos, their eruptions, and more.
The Weather Channel
Get forecasts for cities worldwide, as well as radar and satellite maps.
Windows to the Universe
A fun site about earth and space science.
Educational science entertainment about yucky things such as worms. Get games and recipies, and visit Club Yucky.