The Atoms Family - Explore educational activities about energy concepts, the power of the sun, energy conservation, energy transformation, electricity and fossil fuels being presented by famous gothic horror characters.
Exploratorium - The Exploratorium is a collage of 650 interactive exhibits in science, art, and human perception. Students can explore any of these subject: light color, sound, music, motion, animal behavior, electricity, heat and temperature, language, patterns, hearing, touch, vision, waves and weather.
Using Novels in the Science Classroom - A list of novels that integrate science related themes and issues into the story.
How Stuff Works - Credible, unbiased, and easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works.
Rocks and the Rock Cycle - Interactive website that shows how rocks can be identified, how they are formed, and how they change over time.
Earth Guide Water Cycle Diagram - Another interactive lesson on the water cycle.
Water Cycle at pppst.com - Free PowerPoint presentations on the water cycle.
Water, Water, Everywhere - Follow a dewdrop through the water cycle by clicking on different parts of a picture.
Round and Round it Goes-Water Cycle - Click on images on a diagram to read about different parts of the water cycle
The GLOBE Programme -an international environmental education project, encouraging children in schools to measure their local environment, and make their findings available to everyone using the internet.
What's it Like Where You Live? - Explore the biomes and ecosystems of the world.
Biomes of the World - Click on a biome on the graph for more information, informative videos, and links to scientist profiles, travel information, lesson plans and species profiles for each region.
World Biomes.com - A site covering 5 of the major world biomes.
Eco Kids Interactive Food Chains and Food Webs - Play a game and learn and learn why every animal within a food chain is so important.
Food Chains and Food Web - A huge resource with activities, lessons webquests and more.
Element Photo Gallery -a collection of photographs of the chemical elements. The images are public domain, so you are welcome to download and use them.
Exploring Planets - A simulated research center at the National Air and Space Museum that illustrates how scientist explore planets that are millions of miles away.
Planet Impact! -Discover the fierce force of gravity and pelt poor Jupiter with a comet! Teacher Tips included.
Amazing Space -A collection of interactive activities designed to teach students about black holes, collect solar system trading cards, and more.
Earth and Moon Viewer -View a map of the Earth showing the actual day and night regions at this moment. You can also view it as currently seen from the Sun, Moon, orbiting satellite, or from above a variety of cities.
Virtual Solar System -A fantastic site from National Geographic with a vast amount of information about our solar system.
The 8 Planets - An overview of the history, mythology, and current scientific knowledge of the planets, moons and other objects in our solar system.
Energy Information Administration - Official energy statistics from the U.S. Government.
Energy in Brief - Explains important energy topics in plain language. Each Brief answers a question relevant to the public and recommends resources for further reading.
Energy Kids Page - Energy facts and history, games and classroom activities.
U.S. Dept. of Energy - Official government site about all things dealing with energy.
Thinkquest- Energy in Our World - Renewable and nonrenewable energy, organizations and alternative fuel vehicles
PA Dept of Environmental Protection - Great resource on types of energy and energy conservation.
Energy Links - Great list of resources that explain what energy is, types of energy and how energy is used.
American Council for Energy Efficient Economy -Steps to help you substantially reduce your energy use simply through water conservation
How Stuff Works:Hydroelectric Power - Explains the process of getting electricity from water and gives information on power plants, the hydrologic cycle, etx.
Tennessee Valley Authority Kids : Good site with information on Hydroelectric Power as
Energy Kids Page - Great resource for learning about how hydroelectric power is generated, how hydropower works, hydropower and the environment a slide show and other links.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory -Provides information on energy efficiency and various applications of renewable energy
Energy Kids Page -Wind Power
Web Weather for Kids - Learn what makes weather wet and wild, do cool activities, and become
Weather Wiz Kids - It's also a wonderful educational website for teachers and parents that gives them the right tools they need.
Interactive Weather Maker - Students can make whatever kind of day they like just by moving the humidity slider and either of the two temperature sliders.
All About Earth - Inside the earth, atmosphere, clouds, greenhouse effect, water cycle
Cell Inspektor - Interactive module to identify parts of a cell
Build a Cell - Interactive module where you can learn about and build a cell
Learn Genetics - A great interactive website that explains DNA, chromosomes, proteins, heredity and traits
Human Anatomy Online -Inner exploration of Human Anatomy. Each topic has animations,100's of graphics, and thousands of descriptive links.
The yuckiest Site on the Internet -It is an interactive site with information for students about gross science.
Mr Nussbaum Science - Lots of fun, interactive games and activities dealing with many areas of science.
Fun Brain -This site contains a variety of edu-taining activities covering areas of math, language arts, social studies, and science.