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Ask Dr. Universe: A science question
and answer site geared toward kids and answered by WSU's talented
team of researchers. Questions like ... What do bears eat? Why can't
we grow more brain cells? Do frogs sleep? Why does electricity shock?
Why don't spiders stick to their own webs? ... all presented in a
fun, exciting graphic format.
Museum of Boston: Located on Boston's waterfront, it features
over 170 interactive exhibits, including The Internet Sampler -- an
on-line exhibit, the award-winning Walk-Through Computer, a multimedia
robot show, and one of the most extensive collections of historical
computers and robots in the world.
Clearinghouse for Math & Science Education: It is designed
to help educators improve teaching and learning in science and mathematics
education. Check out the Resource Finder to find instructional materials
for K-12 math and science, or follow hundreds of links to Internet
sites for math and science education.
Find birds, cats, horses, kangaroos and pigs!
Located in San Francisco and on the WWW! A collection of electronic
exhibits and resources for teachers, students and science enthusiasts!
Institute Science Museum: It's not quite the real thing, but a
visit to our online museum should satisfy your yearning for learning
about science. Wander, wonder, and just have fun!
Funbrain.com: It is the home to interactive, educational games
(math and grammar) for kids of all ages. Games include Math Baseball,
Fun Match, Change Maker, Spell Check, and Wacky Tales.
Hands On Children's
Museum: Kor kids 10 years old and under. Look at the ocean, come
to the Casbah, or find your way thru the maze!
Division: KidSpace @ The Internet Public Library.
on the WEB: Lets children skip electronically thru school gardens,
botanic gardens and communitity gardens.
Center: They offer online exhibits (including The Yuckiest Site
on the Internet), maps of their museum's exhibit floors, and much
more to come.
NASA Kids: Activities and experiments with lots of graphics
from Students and NASA!
The Nine Planets:
A multimedia tour of the solar system!
Purdue University Libraries - Quick Reference:
Find almanacs, factbooks, dictionaries, encyclopedias, periodic tables ...
K-12 Internet initiative! Get in touch with NASA scientists, researchers
and engineers, and participate in online projects. Find Grant money
and a list of schools that are online.
The Tech Museum
of Innovation: Participate in their interactive exhibits and educational
U of C Berkeley
Museum of Paleontology: Come see the exhibits and try to figure out what
the mystery fossil is ...
Welcome to the
Planets: This is a collection of many of the best images from
NASA's planetary exploration program.
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