Web technologies have tremendously facilitated science learning. There are now a plethora of science websites that help kids learn about space, the solar system, the body, the various phases of matter and even quantum physics.
There are also tons of educational science resources for teachers to use with their students in classroom.
Whether you are an elementary school teacher wanting to find new ways to introduce your students to the world of scientific exploration or a parent looking for engaging activities to boost your kids science knowledge, below is a collection of some of the best science websites online.
These science websites for kids offer a wide variety of hands-on activities, interactive games, quizzes, virtual experiments, and several other materials to engage young minds in immersive learning experiences covering various science topics and phenomena.
NASA Kids’ Club provides a plethora of space focused games, videos, images and activities to introduce and help kids learn about the world of space.
2- BrianPOP Jr
BrainPOP Jr offers educational animated videos and lessons covering different science topics. Each featured science topic comes with illustrative videos, quizzes, and accompanying activities.
3- Science Kids
As its name indicates, Science for Kids is a website that features a treasure trove of educational science materials. These include online games, experiments, lesson plans, quizzes, science projects, free activities and many more.
Nat Geo Kids enables science lovers to explore the world of science through a collection of apps, games, magazines, toys, videos, and many other materials.’
“Easy Science For Kids is the choice free online resource for tutors, teachers, parents and educators and where young kids enjoyably learn all about science through our extensive articles, free science worksheets and downloadable science activity sheets, fun FREE and educational interactive science quizzes, coloring in activities, science experiment tips and ideas, our large collection of the best science videos and much more.”
Cool Science Experiments founded by science teacher Danielle, is all about fun, simple, and practical science experiments especially designed for students in primary school. There are over 50 hands-on science tutorials students can access and learn from.
Some popular experiments include musical jars, balloon blow up, magic milk, bouncy egg, elephant toothpaste, and more.
7- Science Bob
Another Science website founded by a science teacher and author, Bob. It offers a wide variety fo resources ideal to help students learn the wonders of science in fun and engaging ways. These include experiments, science fair ideas, videos, science resources organized by subject, and many more.
Science Fun for Everyone features resources shared by a dedicated team of science professionals including hands-on science programs for different grades, science experiments, camps, teacher resources, and even science trivia and jokes.
Science Buddies provides hands-on science resources for teachers, parents, and students. Some of these resources include STEM activities, science fairs, video tutorials, science projects (by area and grade level), lessons plans, science teaching kits, and more.
“Founded in 2003, Science News for Students is an award-winning online publication dedicated to providing age-appropriate, topical science news to learners, parents and educators.
Science News for Students is a publication of the Science News Media Group, which is a program of the Society for Science, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) membership organization dedicated to public engagement in scientific research and education.
Science News for Students — which is free to use — helps to fulfill the Society’s mission by connecting the latest in scientific research to learning in and out of the classroom.”
Smithsonian Science Education Center offers a wide range of science resources for educators, parents, and students, including lesson plans, videos, and activities.
Some of the goals of Smithsonian Science Education Center is to promote authentic inquiry based k-12 STEM; ensure diversity, equity, and inclusion in K-12 STEM education, advance STEM education, among others.