Explore the “stuff that matters” with BAM! Find out about diseases and disease prevention, safety, and much more through quizzes, games, and other online activities. You can also plan a fun, active week on the site’s fitness calendar. Sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Play fun, interactive games, meet scientists, and learn about the brain at BrainsRule!, a service of the University of Nebraska at Omaha and several other organizations. The site also provides resources for teachers.
Explore plastics, blood typing, DNA, split brain experiments, lasers, and more with NobelPrize.org’s educational games. Make sure to click the links on the top of the page to find all the games related to physics, chemistry, neurology, and medicine.
EurekAlert! is science reporting for kids, and includes games and kid-friendly science stories. EurekaAlerts! is operated by AAAS, the science society.
Learn about science careers and play science-related games on this site sponsored by the Girl Scouts of the USA.
Are there bacteria in your cafeteria? Want to know how the Flu got from China to Kansas? Can you solve a microbe mystery? What would life as a germ be like? Find out all that and more at the American Museum of Natural History’s Infection Detection Protection!
Use the KidsHealth website to learn all about your body, how and why it changes, and what it needs to stay healthy and grow strong. Find tasty, nutritious recipes and watch short videos about all your body parts. Don’t forget to play a few games and learn the answer to the daily brain buzz.
Log in to help the Super Crew save the world of Vearth from the science-distorting computer virus, Deep Delete. You can also test your science savvy with other games.
Learn about the world around you, from the bugs and plants that live in your area, to which materials are best for cleaning up an oil spill. This site features tons of fun games and quizzes.
A site for teachers and students who want to learn more about the brain. The site features coloring pages, games, contests, links, and outside activities. Neuroscience for Kids has a lot of great Brain Awareness Week links as well.
Test your brain at the gallery of optical illusions. You can also find at-home activities, explore the field of optics (the science of light) past and present, and explore the work of scientists or Optic celebs at this site of the Optical Society of America.
Celebrate Brain Awareness Week with the Dana Foundation by downloading and sharing the puzzles and other games with your parents and friends.
"Travel into the future and reconstruct the science of substance abuse!" At the Reconstructors play interactive games where you use your knowledge from the past and travel to the future to solve problems inherent to drugs, using the good ones, without abusing them.
The Science Museum of Minnesota provides links to help you learn how to detect diseases, examine the human skin and body, explore the heart, and find answers to all your science questions.
Learn about the areas of science that the Smithsonian Institute investigates through interactive games, puzzles, and online exhibits.