|The Keystage links and search engine on this page will help you find web pages for your area of interest that are available. To use the search engine please enter words of 4 characters or more, with a space between different words, in the box below. This will return web pages which contain all the words you list, it does not recognise words such as and, or and not. You can also click on the Keystages or subjects listed below, to be taken to a list of useful web pages for that area.|
- Cool Science for Curious Kids
- The Howard Hughes Medical Institute invites curious kids to explore Biology, featuring animations, sounds, quizzes, and hands-on activities. A great site.
- Energy Education from California Energy Commission
- Loads of activities, games and information on sources of energy, and how to conserve them.
Last Modified: Wed Apr 18 22:46:10 2001
- Exhibits Collection -- Amusement Park Physics
- Find out how a roller coaster works and even design your own!
Last Modified: Tue Dec 5 20:46:18 2000
- Kids Snow Page
- Find some snowflake science, recipes, activities and fun here!
Last Modified: Tue Jan 23 21:42:25 2001
- Plants and Our Environment
- In this simple to use site, you will learn about how plants grow and the different parts of a plant. The diagrams are clear and simple too. Contains other useful sites, such as "The Human Body."
Last Modified: Thu Apr 19 16:44:07 2001
- School Web Sites
- A selection of web sites designed specifically for KS1 and 2.
Last Modified: Mon Jan 29 14:49:18 2001
- SeaWorld/Busch Gardens - Animal Bytes
- Animal Bytes were specifically designed to help you find information on some of the unique creatures found in the animal kingdom.
Last Modified: Sun Apr 1 16:42:39 2001
- The Virtual Sun
- The Sun The Sun is our nearest star. Because of that, we can study it better than any other star. And when you do that, you see that the Sun isn't as boring as it may look from earth!
Last Modified: Thu Jan 4 08:42:48 2001
- Welcome to The Wonderful World of Insects
- Site devoted to creepy crawlies. There are well over 1 million different known species of insects in the world, and some experts estimate that there might be as many as 10 million.
Last Modified: Mon Apr 30 20:30:19 2001
- Why is the sky blue?
- Why is the sky blue, why are sunsets red, why is the ocean blue, Short explanation with quiz to test your understanding of why the sky is blue.
Last Modified: Thu Apr 26 01:33:15 2001