February 25, 2007 -- From Rene, a reader, from Christchurch, New Zealand, who is affiliated with the site.
A great site to learn more about New Zealand’s only dedicated science centre. Gives information on their exhibitions, climbing wall, vertical slide, gyroscope, black hole mini golf plus all their programmes and educational classes. There’s also a kids page, science information and you can explore in virtual 3D without even being there. Bright, colourful, updated regularly and easy to navigate.
July 3, 2006 -- From Serene, age 10, from Callifornia USA, who is not affiliated with the site.
This site is great for parents and chldren. It is a complete Earth Science program with many experiments and articles that children would love to have access to. It shows children having fun doing science. they make molecules and bend light. They plant seeds and watch them grow. They make a model of Earth and paste seeds, twigs, leaves and rocks onto it. It is a cool site for kids.
June 28, 2006 -- From Randy, a teacher, from Florida, who is affiliated with the site.
“Wonder Whiz Kids” helps your kids improve on basics, a grasp on fundamental concepts of science in an interactive and collaborative environment.
May 25, 2006 -- From Lisa, a teacher, from Englewood, Colorado, who is not affiliated with the site.
Here’s a great site with tons of science experiments – the kind that actually work. I teach 5th grade science at Willow Creek Elementary in Colorado and my team uses these experiments. We like his videos best of all because you can finally see someone doing the experiment. Just thought you’d like to know.
May 22, 2006 -- From Sophi, a reader, from United States, who is affiliated with the site.
Wonder Whiz Kids helps your kids improve on basics, a grasp on fundamental concepts of science in an interactive and collaborative environment.
May 5, 2006 -- From Sandra, a reader from Brighton, England, who is not affiliated with the site
My kids love this site because the experiments are drawn as comical cartoons. Also the experiments can be done by kids of all ages using everyday household stuff. Well done, Hunkin!
January 9, 2001 -- From Janice Berthiaume, a teacher from Millbury, Massachusetts who is affiliated with the site
This site is an excellent source for experiments and activities related to science and math. It also contains numerous links to other wonderful sites.
June 21, 2000 -- From Vincent O., a reader from Mumbai, India who is not affiliated with the site
I think www.mykindasite.com is a great destination site for children. They have made education so much fun that kids can really have a ball. I especially loved the way they have explained pi in their Fun2Learn – Maths – Areas and Volumes. Its brilliant.
June 13, 2000 -- From Nicole, 15 years old from Washington, D.C. who is not affiliated with the site
A collection of do-it-yourself science experiments from the PBS show Zoom, annotated with comments from students that have tried them. They also accept experiments from students.
April 12, 2000 -- From Alan Tong, a reader from Cambridge, England who is affiliated with the site
A library of science experiments for use with data loggers & oscilloscopes. Examples include measuring the speed of sound, pH of milk, electromagnetic induction & more.