Experiments

Science Fair Project Ideas

Science Fair

Fretting over your science fair project? Having trouble coming up with an idea that interests you? Jump start your creative thinking by browsing through these science fair sites that list hundreds of projects, along with tips on choosing one that’s …[Continue]

Biology

Biology

Biology is the science of living organisms. It is taught at many grade levels, and this week’s selections include sites for AP Biology high-school students, elementary grades, college kids and adults….[Continue]

Magnetism

Magnetism

Magnetism is a force that attracts and repels things. It is the result of the movement of charged particles. Although the theoretical concept may sound difficult, it is easy to demonstrate to even young children with very simple experiments. Nickel …[Continue]

Environmental Science

Environmental Science

Environmental science (also called ecology or bionomics) is a branch of biology that studies the relationship between organisms and their environment. It encompasses topics such as climate change, energy, endangered species, land use and more. Today’s website picks cover a …[Continue]

Science Fair Ideas

Science Fair Ideas

Fretting over your science fair project? Having trouble coming up with an idea that interests you? Jump start your creative thinking by browsing through these science fair sites that list hundreds of projects, along with tips on choosing one that’s …[Continue]

Easy Science Experiments

Easy Science Experiments

Hands-on science experiments at home or in the classroom are a fun way to engage kids and get them excited about science. Today’s sites house hundreds of easy experiments that can be done with supplies that you probably have around …[Continue]

Physics

Physics

2005 was named The World Year of Physics to coincide with the one-hundredth anniversary of three of Albert Einstein’s groundbreaking discoveries. In 1905, Einstein proved the existence of atoms and molecules, validated the concepts of quantum mechanics, and developed the …[Continue]