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Space museums, online magazines and strange experiments. What more could you ask for?

Websites

  • CDN Fun Science for Kids

    http://www.wonderville.ca/browse/fun_science

    Explore computing, engineering, energy,environment, nano technology and more through videos, games, experiments, & comics.

  • Science For Kids

    http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/

    Experiments, quizzes, projects, games and videos.

  • CDN Canadian Association for Girls in Science

    http://publish.uwo.ca/~cagis/

    A place where everyone knows that girls are good at science. Register or use the excellent links to science websites.

  • Exploratorium

    http://www.exploratorium.com

    The "museum of science, art and human perception" is in San Francisco, California. The site is packed with information, activities and other science links.

  • Exploratorium: The Science Explorer

    http://www.exploratorium.edu/science_explorer/index.html

    Interesting and easy experiments you can do at home, complete with explanations of what's going on.

  • Science Fair Project Resource Guide

    http://www.ipl.org/div/projectguide/

    Information on how to do a project for a science fair. There are sample experiments, helpful links and the Ask an Expert section.

  • National Geographic Kids

    http://www.nationalgeographic.com/ngkids/

    The online version of the popular magazine includes world news, wild and wacky games and experiments for you to try.

  • Bill Nye the Science Guy

    http://billnye.com/#educational

    This website is chockfull of great science demos you can try at home.

  • CDN Ontario Science Centre

    http://www.ontariosciencecentre.ca/

    The museum about science with stuff to do and things to touch. There's an OMNIMAX theatre, too.

  • CDN Science World

    http://www.scienceworld.ca/

    This Vancouver Science museum has fun stuff to do, school resources and lots of cool facts.

  • CDN Royal Ontario Museum

    http://www.rom.on.ca/

    More than just amazing dinosaurs. A place of science, the ROM does archaeological expeditions and brings us world-famous collections. There are children's programs too.

  • CDN Science.ca: the Best Source for Canadian Science

    http://www.science.ca/home.php

    Quizzes, "Ask a Scientist," question and answers, plus interviews with the greats.

  • CDN Science North / Science nord

    http://sciencenorth.ca/#

    Sudbury's museum for science education and entertainment. Plan a visit or do online quizzes, games, experiments and research.

  • Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

    http://www.nasm.si.edu/

    This American museum has online exhibits to accompany their exhibitions in the museum.

  • Thinking Fountain

    http://www.thinkingfountain.org/nav/tfatoz.html

    So many experiments and activities to do and think about. Every page ends with "That makes me think" or "Make your own."

  • The Why Files

    http://whyfiles.org/index.php

    The science and technology behind the headlines that make the news. For Grades 5-12.

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