NASA for Kids - resources and activities divided up for specific age groups.
— guided field trips of world-wide science centers, computer games, and online and offline experiments.
A Walk in the Woods
— visit the forest and its inhabitants on a narrated nature walk.
Women's Adventure in Science
— profiles modern-day female scientists in various fields, including stories, lab activities, scrapbooks, and games.
— search across 28 scientific databases from 18 countries to access research findings in energy, medicine, agriculture, environment, and the basic sciences.
- Darwin's complete works, letters, etc.
Marine Biology: The Living Ocean
- games, experiments, and facts about the ocean.
Monterey Bay Aquarium: Fun & Learning
- interactive games, activities, journals by local children, information on science careers plus information on animals and habitats in the exhibits.
NOAA Ocean Service Education
- separate sections for students at various levels and teachers.
UN Atlas of the Oceans
- sections on geography, biology, ecology, and human impact.
- learning about change and the passage of time
— searches over 36 databases and 200 million pages of goverment science information including food, technology, astronomy, biology, nature, energy, health, medicine, and education.
- explores the achievements, innovations, etc. in chemical engineering.