August 5, 2014 -- Submitted by PJ Finlay, a teenager from New York, who is affiliated with the site.
This site has science projects for kids that only require inexpensive household materials. The projects range from making potato batteries to gliders that can be printed from templates. All of the experiments have clear instructions with pictures and an explanation of how the science behind it works.
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!
November 15, 2011 -- Submitted by Jackie Johnson, a reader from Raleigh, North Carolina, who is affiliated with the site.
African American scientists, mathematicians, and inventors…the premise of this site is to create a love of learning for all children!
January 31, 2011 -- Submitted by Bryan, a reader from Land O Lakes, FL, who is affiliated with the site.
Kevin Temmer, a Land O Lakes, Florida, International Baccalaureate senior high school student, created this animated introduction to the middle school science fair as part of an IB community service project.
January 26, 2011 -- Submitted by Justin Spahn, a reader from CA, who is affiliated with the site.
Our science career profiles are designed to engage students by providing them with:
examples of the type of work someone might do on the job; detailed information about the career (including salary, economic outlook, degree requirements, etc…); links to interviews; videos showcasing the work or an individual on the job.
October 18, 2010 -- From Austen, a reader from St Augustine Florida, who is not affiliated with the site.
ScienceFairGirl is a website with free resources for science fair students. There are separate sections for middle and high school aged students to best help each group. The site gives lessons on basic principles critical to science fair type projects and empowers kids to excel in educational ventures.
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.
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!
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.
May 19, 2007 -- From Earl, from United States, who is affiliated with the site.
The Understanding Nanotechnology Website is dedicated to providing clear explanations of nanotechnology applications. It provides a great introduction to nanotechnology.