The Ultimate Science Resource for Kids

09 Nov 2009

OSR blog post

For kids who love science, it’s easy for them to get into such topics as fossils, space, chemistry, physics, and the like. How do you get the other kids interested? Try some of fun ways listed below about various science topics. You can play a game to learn about the parts of a body or you can sing a song about the environment. For more ideas refer to the Ultimate Science Resource for Kids.

FossilsDinosaur Fun: A great resource with Dinosaur cross word puzzles, word finds and graphing activities.Dinosaur Dig: The San Diego Natural History Museum shows how to learn about fossils and dinosaurs in fun ways.The EnvironmentEnvironmental Kids Club: Join this cool club by the E.P.A.Reference for Kids: Fantastic resource page by the Natural Resources Defense Council.Games: Environmental web games.ChemistryChemistry at Home: Chemistry Experiments that can be done at home.Chemistry Fun Stuff: A site with many fun chemistry activities.Chemistry Links: A list of links to interesting chemistry sites.PhysicsNewtonian Physics Machine: Shows how to build this fascinating object.Painless Physics: Physics lessons told in stories.A Walk through Time: Discover the evolution of time.BiologyResources: A wealth of fun biology links by the National Science Foundation.Neuroscience for Kids: Some activities to help children discover more about the brain.Structure and Function for Kids: A fun science lesson and video for kids in 3rd, 4th & 5th grade.SpaceApollo 11: Do you want to walk on the moon? Relive the historic “leap for mankind.”AnimalsAmazing Animals: Learn more about animals through this fun page on National Geographic Kids.National Zoo: Virtual zoo by the Smithsonian Institute including live animal cams.PlantsGardening For Kids: Ideas for growing a garden with kids, even in Winter months.AtmosphereThe Green House Effect: Wonderful explanation by the E.P.A. Kids Site.