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NanoSpace

April 24, 2014 -- Submitted by Patrice Harris, a reader from Milwaukee, WI, who is affiliated with the site.

This site offers wonderful, free games that can be used by kids, teachers and parents to increase literacy in science in a fun, interactive and educational way. NanoSpace has more than 25 games and activities in an amusement park setting that keeps kids engaged while learning about science. Teachers can also find free resources including lesson plans and age appropriate worksheets in the Educator Resources of The Molecularium Project website.


Cool Fun Science To Try At Home

April 23, 2012 -- Submitted by Jay Doherty, a parent from United Kingdom, who is affiliated with the site.

MiniScientists.com aims to bring you exciting science projects using materials you can find around the home or buy cheaply from the local store, so there are no excuses – roll up your sleeves and get stuck in!

A Young Scientist

January 16, 2012 -- Submitted by Jerry, a reader from New England, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

A kid-safe website dedicated to encouraging a love of science in young people and their parents. You’ll find experiments and projects for kids of all ages as well as selected videos from across the web. Come check it out!

Experiland Science Education

October 4, 2011 -- Submitted by Jere Botes, a teacher from South Africa, who is affiliated with the site.

Experiland lets you enjoy and learn about the amazing world of science with fun, tried and tested science projects in five main categories suitable for elementary and middle school children. Many fun free science experiment ideas & information are available on our site.

The Wonderful Micro World

June 9, 2010 -- From Arasu, a parent from TamilNadu, India, who is affiliated with the site.

This site contains many amazing pictures of household objects, bacteria, cells of plants and animals, and much more seen through a microscope. For example, you can see different types of clothes at 100x magnification. It’s really useful for students and schools.

Science Fair Project Ideas

April 30, 2010 -- From Patrick, a reader, from Redwood City, CA, who is affiliated with the site.

Education.com has 100s of science fair project ideas that can be easily sorted by grade level or subject area. There are also helpful articles with advice on completing projects.

Education.com Science Fair Projects

March 20, 2010 -- From Patrick, a reader, from Redwood City, CA, who is affiliated with the site.

Great science fair resources sortable by grade level and topic to make browsing easier!

LooLeDo | Crafts and Science Projects

January 21, 2010 -- From LooLeDo, a parent, from Alamo, Ca, who is affiliated with the site.

Fun Kids Crafts, Science Projects, and More. Step-by-step instructions for hundreds of incredibly cool crafts and science projects that can be built from everyday household objects. Upload and share your crafts with the world today.

Easy Fun Science

November 30, 2009 -- From Kate, a parent, from Mansfield, who is not affiliated with the site.

Everything you need to know about making science fun at home. A very good online resource for parents to capture kids’ interest and love for science through a see-for-yourself approach in studying science concepts. Activities/experiments featured here are very easy and make use of common household items.

The Kids’ Science Challenge

June 17, 2009 -- From Jim, a reader from New York State, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

The Kids’ Science Challenge is a national competition challenging 3rd to 6th graders to come up with new ideas in collaboration with real scientists and engineers. More than a competition, kids who visit the website can learn about the science behind candy making and skateboard engineering, among other themes. We offer curricula, games, videos and fun science activities to download and do at home or school. The Kids’ Science Challenge is a free competition supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation.