No, not the bookstore, the Amazon, you know, jungle, animals, rainforests. Tour this site to learn more about this region.
Children's Museum-Bones Exhibit
Be a bone detective and learn about your bones.
EPA Environmental Kids Club
We'll help you explore your environment and learn how to protect it.
How Stuff Works
From levers to lock picking, you'll find lots of information on every subject under the sun.
Mad Scientist Library
Welcome to the laboratory that never sleeps. Have more fun with science in the MAD labs.
National Geographic for Kids
Plenty of interactive fun on this great website helps you learn about animals, and people and places in our world.
National Parks Kids Zone
Finr out more about the natural history of America's National Parks.
The Periodic Table of Comic Books
A fun way to discover the scientific elements through comics.
Periodic Table of Elements
Learn about the history behind each element and it's atomic number, symbol, weight and radius.
Learn all about ocean creatures like coral, fish, turtles and dolphins. Enjoy the fabulous photos.
Smithsonian Education-Science and Nature
Get the facts at the Smithsonian. Covers a broad range of topics from animals to oceans.
Discover the secrets of everyday stuff.
The Yuckiest Site on the Internet
Worm World, Roach World, Yucky Fun Games, it's all here.
Biomes of the World
Explore desert, taiga, rainforest, tundra, grasslands and temperate biomes. Also includes Freshwater and Marine Ecosystems.
Franklin's Forecast-A Weather Site
With Ben Franklin's Forecast, you can build your own weather station, learn about today's sophisticated weather technologies, and check the weather right now.
Learn about tsunamis, how they form and how to survive one.
Take a virtual field trip and learn more about volcanoes around the world.
Science and energy projects for students and links to other sites.
Exploratorium Learning Studio: Tools for Teaching
Terrific resources to see you through the science fair experience. Special sections contain resources for students, parents and teachers.
Frank Potter's Science Gems
Grades K through 16 science ideas and experiments divided into physical, earth, and life science. Some experiments are leveled by grade.
A Topic Selection Wizard can help you decide on a science fair project. Contains lots of links on how to do a science fair project.
Science Fair Zone
Lists of science fair topics, view actual projects and access articles from Science News for Kids.
Experience science and technology on and offline with science and technology centers worldwide. Includes experiments, field trips, live cams and more.
Exploratorium Science Snacks
Science snacks are scaled-down versions of popular exhibits at the Exploratorium.
Franklin Institute Online
Community action science guides.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Look at actual photos of the solar system, NASA missions, infrared photos, cool cosmos and much, much more. The kids page has fun experiments and activities.
"Ology" means the study of a subject. On the American Museum of Natural History website, discover many "ologies" like archaeology, biodiversity, genetics and marine biology. This cool website has fun activities and games to play.
Cute experiments and information.
The Adventures of Science Bob
Explains the scientific method. Has experiments and fun activities, too.
Cyber Fair: The Virtual Science Fair
An excellent site for students doing a science fair project created by and for students grades 3-6. There are many links on this page and examples of science fair projects. Go to Resources for Students and click on CyberFair.
Discovery Channel School: Science Fair Central
"Creative investigations into the real world." Check out the 'Science for Fun' section featuring Janice VanCleave, a popular science author.
Internet Public Library Science Fair Project Resource Guide
A variety of resources and advice to assist with science fair projects.
Nevada Science Fair
Information, forms and applications for Nevada science fair participants.
Successful Science Fair Projects
"Advice for a great science fair project."
Ask a Scientist
Post your own question to the experts or view previously answered questions on this Canadian science website. Contains experiments and links to science fair ideas.
How Stuff Works
Search for how stuff works. Warning: Contains many commercial advertisements.
How Things Work
Searchable database explaining the physics of everyday life.
Mad Scientist Network
Search their archives for previously answered science questions.