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Discover what it's like to be a chemist through this website brought to you by the American Chemical Society. Also, learn through activities about solids, liquids, gases, the earth, and human body processes.
For videos, articles, home experiment demos, pop quizzes and more, check out Bill Nye's website, which also includes Bill's personal blog.
Solve science puzzles, do your own scientific investigations or learn more about what scientists do on the job.
Offers kids clear answers to questions on global climate change through sections on weather, air, the ocean, fresh water, carbon, energy, plants and animals and technology. Includes educational games, activities, crafts, videos and information on green careers.
Thousands of articles on how things work, from bullets to venus flytraps.
Learn about new Hubble discoveries, view photographs of stars and galaxies and find out facts about this remarkable telescope.
Brought to you by the National Earth Science Teachers Association, this website offers games, study guides, an online journal to record your observations and a great 'Ask a Scientist' feature.
Gather information about the human body, diseases and health problems or check out the glossary of medical terms available at this website.
This website is perfect for space lovers and features puzzles, games, educational colouring pages, bios of each member of the Expedition 35 space crew and much more!
This video, featured on NASA, the Science Channel, PBS Kids and National Geographic Kids, will teach you how to prepare for a science fair.
Check out the Vancouver Science World Youtube channel for fun science-related videos.