• Kids

 

Fun > Elementary School

 

BAM! Body and Mind 

Play games and take quizzes to find out about your body, diseases, safety, nutrition, and more! You can also plan a fun, active week on the site’s fitness calendar.

 

Make your home eco-friendly, play games about wildlife, and enjoy even more activities and contests about the environment.

 

Energy Kids

Tease your brain with riddles, puzzles, quizzes, and learn some new slang all about energy!

 

Girl Scouts (Ages 5-9)

Test your memory with games about animals and sports, or combine colors and shapes to make your own kaleidoscope.

 

KidsHealth

Find tasty, nutritious recipes, watch short videos about different parts of your body, and play games to learn about your health. Don’t forget to take the Daily Brain Buzz challenge!

 

Kinetic City: Mission to Vearth

Play mind games and test your strength in the Science Gym as you help the Super Crew save the world of Vearth from the science-distorting computer virus, Deep Delete.

 

Lawrence Hall of Science

Want to know how to put a skeleton back together? Or look at the Earth from space? Science 24/7 has over 25 comics to read, quizzes about cats and whale sounds, and science games.

 

Build! Zoom! Transform! Create molecules, change states of matter, and see the world close up at Nanospace theme park and in the Nanolab.

 

Test your skill level with these games about space and see real pictures of NASA’s astronauts. Print out different Connect the Dots, Word Searches, and coloring sheets from Orion.

 

This site has everything from quizzes about your pet personality and photo galleries of wacky bugs, to YouTube videos of silly animals. If you can’t decide, spin the wheel and let National Geographic pick a game for you!

 

Neuroscience for Kids 

If you love learning about the brain, this site has all kinds of games, experiments, and projects that explore neuroscience. You can make a model of the brain, test your reflexes and senses, and learn more about dreams.

 

Explore the many aspects of environmental science through games, riddles, coloring sheets, and songs from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

 

Optics4Kids 

Test your brain in the gallery of optical illusions, or try some experiments at home to impress your friends.

 

Whether you’re an adventurer or like to spend time in the lab, TryScience offers many online and offline activities covering a wide range of topics in science and math.

 

Wonderville

See what young scientists are doing to change the world, or play games to learn about bacteria and DNA. You can also try some cool science experiments.

 

Fun > Middle School

 

BAM! Body and Mind 

Play games and take quizzes to find out about your body, diseases, safety, nutrition, and more! You can also plan a fun, active week on the site’s fitness calendar.

 

Learn about astronomy and space through online games and at-home activities. Explore the science behind things like gene mutations or the physics behind baseball.

 

Test your memory with games about animals and sports, take quizzes on conservation, and find out your Sports Style Personality. 

 

Build! Zoom! Transform! Create molecules, change states of matter, and see the world close up at Nanospace theme park and in the Nanolab.

 

Meet real NASA scientists (ask them questions, too!), and try some hands-on experiments to build your own telescope or paper pencil rocket. Learn about the weather in space and unravel the mysteries of the universe.

 

Neuroscience for Kids 

If you love learning about the brain, this site has all kinds of games, experiments, and projects that explore neuroscience. You can make a model of the brain, test your reflexes and senses, and learn more about dreams. 

 

NIDA for Teens

Play games, watch videos, and take the National Drug IQ Challenge to find out what happens to the brain and body under the influence of drugs.

 

Science Museum of Minnesota

Through different games and activities, you can do things like become a Disease Detective and examine interactive mannequins to determine what’s making them sick.

 

Smithsonian Education

Learn about the areas of science that the Smithsonian Institute investigates through interactive games, puzzles, and online exhibits.

 

What's stronger, a Styrofoam container or mozzarella cheese? Find out this and other amazing facts from the world of materials science.

 

TeensHealth 

Learn more about being healthy mentally, physically, and emotionally with articles covering everything from common myths about your body to Q&A’s on fitness, hygiene, and proper nutrition.

 

Explore our amazing Solar System with all kinds of fun facts, videos, activities, games, and quizzes from NASA.

 

Whether you’re an adventurer or like to spend time in the lab, TryScience offers many online and offline activities covering a wide range of topics in science and math.

 

Wonderville

See what young scientists are doing to change the world, or play games to learn about bacteria and DNA. You can also try some cool science experiments.

 

Fun > High School

 

Learn about astronomy and space through online games and at-home activities. Explore the science behind things like gene mutations or the physics behind baseball.

 

Watch videos of different girls talking about STEM, test your knowledge of pioneering sportswomen, and take quizzes to learn about your personality type, safety, and the environment.

 

NASA for Students

Interested in opportunities from NASA? Find out about internships and academic opportunities that NASA offers throughout the year, and stay informed on what’s happening in space.

 

Meet real NASA scientists (ask them questions, too!), and try some hands-on experiments to build your own telescope or paper pencil rocket. Learn about the weather in space and unravel the mysteries of the universe.

 

NIDA for Teens

Play games, watch videos, and take the National Drug IQ Challenge to find out what happens to the brain and body under the influence of drugs.

 

Nobel Prize Educational

These games and simulations are based on the actual achievements of Nobel Laureates. Have fun while learning about human blood types, blood transfusions, and “Why Chemistry Matters.”

 

Smithsonian Education

Learn about the areas of science that the Smithsonian Institute investigates through interactive games, puzzles, and online exhibits.

 

What's stronger, a Styrofoam container or mozzarella cheese? Find out this and other amazing facts from the world of materials science.

 

TeensHealth 

Learn more about being healthy mentally, physically, and emotionally with articles covering everything from common myths about your body to Q&A’s on fitness, hygiene, and proper nutrition.


 
 

Last Updated: 7/1/15

Editor: Blayne Jeffries

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