One of my favorites. The website of the San Francisco-based Exploratorium is jam-packed with interactive activities, videos, apps, links and more.
Apps and activities and videos, oh my! Play games, watch baby chicks hatching, create virtual chemical reactions or use forensic science to analyze different types of candy.
Discover the nuts and bolts of engineering. This website contains advice on careers, entertaining info on all kinds of fields and links to the eGFI magazine.
Extremely interesting. Here you’ll find wild and weird facts about nature, resources for science projects and info on all kinds of world records.
Career information, image galleries, NASA Television, features and articles … whatever you’d like to know about aerospace, you’re sure to find it here.
Searching for news on the environment, homework resources, info on contests or ideas for an environment-based school project? Check out this cool website.
Visit this website every day. It has hundreds upon thousands of articles that explain the wonders of science (and almost everything else on the planet).
SEMAA was developed to increase the participation of historically underserved K-12 youth in STEM fields. Summer sessions are held throughout the nation.