Science Fun and Experiments
Check out some books, web sites, and databases to help your creative juices flowing with your science fair projects and experiments!
Exploratorium: The Museum of Science, Art and Human Perception
Explore exhibitions, webcasts, activities and other resources from the Exploratorium Museum of Science, Art, and Human Perception.
Includes games, activities, and a ton of fun related to space travel and the universe.
Explore different fields of science while playing games, taking quizzes, watching videos, and more.
Experiments and fun activities in chemistry, the five senses, sound, and much, much more.
This website offers ideas and tips for choosing a science fair project, explains scientific method, and also lists national science fair competitions for those who are interested. Also contains an "ask the expert" feature, where you can get help fast!
Need help completing your science fair project? This site gives you a detailed "how-to" guide, lots of project ideas, links to site for scientific research, plus guides for teachers and parents, and a project timeline to help you finish on time!
A helpful guide to completing your science fair project, from coming with a great idea, to writing the final report and making your presentation.
Articles & Databases
Your one-stop science shop! Search this electronic database for science projects, fun science games and activities, science in the news, biographies of scientists and science information by subject.
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Questions and answers to various science areas including "What makes bathroom mirrors fog up?" and "Why do rainbows happen?".
Got some soda? You can do a variety of experiments that demonstrate the properties of liquids, gas and acids.
Introduces simple principles involving air and offers activities that can be done at home, accompanied by helpful illustrations.
This creative collection of science fair projects tells you how to create slime, video games, and much, much more with simple, easy-to-follow instructions.