Norwood Science Center
An excellent site by Mr. Charlie Haffey of the Norwood Science Center.
Make sure you visit here!
Weather Wiz Kids
"Learn more about the fascinating world of weather. Itís also a wonderful
educational website for teachers and parents that gives them the right tools
they need to explain the different types of weather to children."
(Quote from web page.)
From WGBH, this site has great information. You must sign up but it is
FREE for students, parents and teachers. Lots of background information
and many short videos or interactive pages.
American Museum of Natural History Presents OLOGY
Did you know a snail can have thousands of teeth? This page lets you learn about
Archaeology, Astronomy, Biodiversity, Einstein, Earth, Genetics, Marine Biology
and Paleontology. Have fun collecting the Ology Cards. This is really a
Sue - At The Field Museum
See Sue, the largest, most complete, best preserved T. Rex ever found!
Creature Feature (From National Geographic)
Fascinating facts about a wide variety of animals.
Animals - Facts and Printouts
Click on the beginning letter of the animal you are looking for. You will
get a picture, information and more links.
Amazing Animal Facts (World Almanac for Kids)
The reading level is a bit difficult for elementary students, but the
information is very good and you might find some pictures.
Information about planet earth, including how big earth is compared to other
planets and the sun. Some advertisements on the side, but still a nice
Click on Science. Have fun!
If you are interested in space, this is the site for you.
A great site to go to if you are interested in Astronomy.
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
A fun way to learn about the environment.
The Franklin Institute
Learn, Visit, Explore! This is a great site to visit.
National Geographic for Kids
National Geographic Magazine with stories, games and fun facts.
Themed units for K -3.
Life Sciences (The Magic School Bus)
Fun and informational! Check out all the information on people, plants and
animals. Each section has a short video with an explanation/introduction.