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BrainPOP BrainPOP's motto is "the more you know, the more you know" and that is why they offer so many opportunities to learn about health, science, and technology through movies. Use the pull-down menu to select a movie. Get the popcorn ready. Be sure to rea
Bridges There are more than a half a million bridges in the United States, and you rely on them every day to cross obstacles like streams, valleys, and railroad tracks. But do you know how they work? Or why some bridges are curved while others are straight?
Dams With the exception of the Great Wall of China, dams are the largest structures ever built. Throughout history, big dams have prevented flooding, irrigated farmland, and generated tremendous amounts of electricity. Without dams, modern life as we know
Domes They have been called "the king of all roofs", and they cover some of our most important buildings. Domes are curved structures - they have no angles and no corners - and they enclose and enormous amount of space without the help of a single column.
DragonFly Feeling bored? Not any more - that is if you visit this site. Science topics found here include navigation, space, time, water, people, and plants, small and tall, earth sounds, using tools, trees and seeds, and more.
Explore Zone - Space.com This incredible site has the most up-to-date information on things that are happening to our planet and beyond. If you want to know the latest - space, earthquake, Mission launches, weather, tides, volcanoes, and more - you must visit the Zone.
Field Trips for Field Trips Going into the field in search of rocks, minerals, and fossils is a lot of fun. At this site you will find some tips to make your experience even better.
HowStuffWorks Learn how everythings works, from cells to fuel gauges! This is truly an incredible site, especially for those with an insatiable curiously to tinker!
Fun for Scienz Kids Here are some fun science experiments for kids to do at home. Have a blast as you make bubbles, paper airplanes, and more. Kids, be sure to check with your parents before you try these ideas.
Gizmo of the Week Did you ever wonder how a steam engine works? Or, how about a VCR? Check this site out to find the answers. If you don't want to miss a week, subscribe to the site. Appropriate for grades 7+
Hoover Dam When you arrive at this site use the pull-down menu to find Hoover Dam. Theleft sidebar menu allows you to navigate through the special features, maps, timelines, and the people and events related to this topic.
How Stuff Works Have you ever wondered how a clock works, how a DVD player plays a movie, or how a cassette tape can record sound? Visit this site and you will find the answer to these questions and many more.
Kids' Castle Science If you like science, enter this site and click on the scientist. There is a message board where questions are posed and readers can respond. You can learn about Morse's telegraph, quartz amethyst, sunspots, and more. Be sure to read the feature artic
Imagine the Universe This site is intended for students age 14 and up, and for anyone interested in learning about our universe. This site will give young people a glimpse into the mysteries of our universe, what we know about it, how it is evolving, and the kinds of obj
Internet Fairgrounds Here is your chance to learn about a fairground - it's history, how it works, the rides, how they make money, and what safety precautions are involved.
The Laboratory If you like to perform science experiments, the Laboratory has a ton of them that will keep you busy. Click on one of the categories (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, or Weather) to choose what experiments you want to try first.
Scholastic's The Magic School Bus Things always get more interesting when Ms. Frizzle is around. Visit the Activity Lab to launch FrizTV for some fresh facts, create monster bugs, chomp your way through a maze, and much more. Who knew learning could be so much fun?
The Museum of Innovation The tech "hands-online" interactive museum explores the technology and science which is changing the world in which we live. Some of the exhibits include robotics, earthquakes, "Make a Splash with Color", and more.
National Inventors Hall of Fame Would you like to find out about inventions? This website has information about inventors and inventions. It also supplies information on what to do when you want to patent and invention on your own.
NOAA Photo Library On any given day NOAA personnel could be chasing tornadoes, flying into hurricans, battling stormy seas, tagging turtles and whales, taking scientific readings at the South Pole, monitoring the health of coral reefs, or engaging in virtually any task
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