Solar Concentration Click to find matching images and reveal a hidden picture. Click any of the images you see along the way (found below the puzzle) to find out more about them. Click names of the planets at the bottom of the screen to learn more about each of them.
Drag and drop the correct phase to complete the calendar.
Follow up with the Lunar Cycle Calendar (print and cut). Click the Go To Lunar Cycle button to print phases of the moon. To see illustrations of terms click Go to Moon Phases, and then Go to Main Phases. Move the cursor over illustrations to see the terms.
the Order? Located in the Kindergarten list of
activities. Drag and drop each picture to put them
in the correct order - life cycle of a frog. Click
the blue arrow at the bottom to move on to the next
group. Three groups - tadpole, seed, and caterpillar.
Learn about the Solar System, tour Mars, gravity and
inertia, etc. Be sure to see the Virtual Globe - try
Alaska... is it dark there now?
Click the squares to find matching animals. Good information
is given in the right frame when you find a match.
Lots of dino info here! Specific dinosaurs are found
on the Dinosaur
Information Pages . Need a good place to start
- click "All About Dinosaurs" in the left frame. Try
the illustrated, interactive quiz.
Listen to pronunciation. Clip art offered. Be sure
to see the "If Dinosaurs Could Talk" section.
See actual dinosaur eggs and read about the work of
paleontologists. Be sure to see Baby Louie.
Click the blue arrows until you unscramble the picture.
Read more about that insect below the picture. Click "Nature Puzzles & Fun" at the bottom of the page
for more animal and nature activities.
Must apply and schedule your session to participate
and use the scanning microscope to view your very
own specimen. Check out some amazing pictures shown
on the web site, especially the bee's eyeball under
and then Basics . Whoa!
Virtual Owl Pellet
Plus other bird information, printable worksheets,
and online quizzes. Teachers see the Teacher Materials
section for helpful print-outs. Click Just For Fun
to Reassemble a Red Squirrel.
Fishing by Boating Side Kicks
Color a Fish - learn about different kinds of fish,
print coloring pages, and take online quizzes.
Life Tour - Magic School Bus
Other Guided Tours offered including Space, Body,
Insects, Earth, and more.
Terrific water cycle information in the Big Story, "Protecting the World's Water". Additional topics
offered including What Happens to Nature in Winter.
Click underlined words or use the glossary tool for
help with words you don't understand
SciMan says, "Are you ready to test your science smarts?
I'm thinking of something that has to do with science,
and it's up to you to figure out what it is. I'll
give you four clues to help you research. The fewer
clues you need to find the right answer, the smarter
a science sleuth you are!" Topics include Plants,
Animals, Space, Human Systems and more. Recommended
for Grades 4-8.
Several topics of information offered including butterflies,
space, trees & seeds, ice & snow.
Click any of the topics in the chart to read interesting
ideas and try an experiment off-line. Check out the
one titled "How to Make a Flashlight Shine Brighter".
CYKE (Cyber Knowledge
Click to enter the Land of CYKE, and then click the
Castle. Inside the castle click the Health Hut to
learn about the heart and the brain.
Heart Transplant Very interesting information. Read and follow
the steps given above the picture. Pictures are not
real, but still probably not for the squeamish. Move
your mouse over items to see what they are.
Health - How My Body Works
Click each category to see how that works in your
body. How does your ear work? In the Everyday Illnesses
and Injuries read What to Do if You Have the Flu,
Chickenpox, and bug bites.
A Splash With Color
This site explains and illustrates how and why we
see colors. Some broken links and images when checked.
from the American Dental Hygienists' Association
Click Play a Game and then Visiting the Dental Hygienist
for an interactive picture.
Kids by Crest's Sparkle City
Read and try the "eggsperiment" to see how brushing
can help protect your teeth.
Annie Back Together
Click Bones to begin. Drag the bones to the correct
spot on the body outline. Read about each one you
place. Click the arrows to select a different bone.
Don't drag bones into the shaded section. Other sections
include Electricity, Solids & Liquids.
Click the skeleton to go to the lab, and then the
Body Zone. Click any area to learn more. A button
for a labeled diagram of the skeleton is available
at the bottom of the activity.
Take a good look at the skeleton. Then put it back
Body Systems by Science Net
Headset on, listen, and read to know what system Arnold
wants you to complete. Drag the organs that make up
that part of the body. Arnold will speak when you
find them all. Click the Learn More button to read
about the systems.
Systems from Kids' Health
Watch and listen as you learn about the body. Click
the Activity Page button for quizzes, word finds,
and printable worksheets. Notice the Stop and Play
buttons below the video; show on the large TV/projection
monitor, and stop for discussion or questions.
Detection, & Protection
Bacteria In The Cafeteria - click a section of the
small cafeteria picture to zoom in and locate the
blue stars. Click blue stars for questions. Answer
correctly to reveal part of the riddle. Click the
question box to make it disappear each time.
How Lou Got The Flu - another one to try.
Science of Baseball
Click on Scientific Slugger and read. Be sure to click
on How Far Can You Hit One at the bottom of the page
to continue. Fun and interesting shockwave activities
on the main page also.
Ace on the
Case - Secrets at Sea
Click Chapter 1 to begin. Read the Hints page. Click
the speech bubbles after reading carefully to advance.
Access the Field Guide and Ace's Big Notebook of Fun
by clicking buttons at the bottom of the page.