Science & Nature

Databases

  1. An introduction for students into the topic of weather and natural disasters for students.

  2. Live homework help and skills building from expert tutors in math, science, social studies and English plus writing and reading assistance. Designed for grades K - Adults. Tutors available online Monday - Sunday from 2 - 11 p.m.

  3. Provides easy access to a multitude of full-text, science-oriented content. Designed to meet every student researcher's needs, Science Reference Center contains full text for 732+ science encyclopedias and reference books, 195 periodicals, 519 science videos and other sources.

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Recommended Websites

  1. This is a great site that has clear information on cells, microorganisms, plants, etc.

  2. A great introduction to everything chemical.

  3. This site has stories, videos and activities bases on incredible feats by people, nature, animals and more.

  4. What is ecology? This great site talks about ecology is "the study of living things and their relationship to each other."

  5. Want to be a National Park Junior Ranger? This site has information on how to do that plus a lot more.

  6. This extremely old publication has a cool online place for kids. Check out the sections about weather, the calendar and the night sky in Sky Watch.

  7. Ology means "the study of". This great site has 14 sciences to explore!

  8. What is physics? Come here to find out.

  9. This site highlights Colorado plants specifically in the Rocky Mountain National Park.

  10. Using videos and articles this site features trending science topics from all fields of science.

  11. The Smithsonian does everything well and this page has many areas for kids to explore.