• Bill Nye, the Science Guy – Bill Nye, scientist, engineer, comedian, author, and inventor, is a man with a mission: to help foster a scientifically literate society, to help people everywhere understand and appreciate the science that makes our world work. Making science entertaining and accessible is something Bill has been doing most of his life.
  • Braingenie – Dominate math and science. Braingenie builds deep mastery and sharpens problem-solving skills. Learn, practice, and quiz yourself on 5,000+ skills. Compete in real-time multiplayer matches. Win badges and go for a top spot on the leaderboard. For ages 13 and up.
  • EepyBird – EepyBird explores creativity, and in particular, the ways in which ordinary objects–Coke & Mentos, sticky notes, paper airplanes, shampoo, and more–can do extraordinary things.
  • Minute Physics YouTube Channel – Cool physics and other sweet science – all in a minute!
  • My Favorite Scientist – Who is your favourite scientist? That’s the question film-maker Brady Haran has posed to leading researchers at Nottingham Trent University. The answers may be surprising, with an assortment of men and women from the past and present.
  • OneZoom Tree of Life Explorer – This website allows you to explore the tree of life in a completely new way: it’s like a map, everything is on one page, all you have to do is zoom in and out. OneZoom also provides free, open source, data visualisation tools for science and education, currently focusing on the tree of life.
  • The Planetary Society – With your support, The Planetary Society sponsors projects that will seed innovative space technologies, nurtures creative young minds, and is a vital advocate for our future in space.
  • Sally Ride Science – Dr. Sally Ride, America’s first woman in space, founded the company to educate, engage, and inspire all students.
  • Science Bob – ”Science Bob” Pflugfelder encourages parents and teachers to practice “Random Acts of Science” by providing instructions and videos for interactive science experiments on his web site.
  • Science Buddies – The award-winning, non-profit Science Buddies empowers K-12 students, parents, and teachers to quickly and easily find free project ideas and help in all areas of science from physics to food science and music to microbiology.
  • Science Projects – The assignment page I used for my science projects assignments, including notes on the scientific method and a rubric.
  • Twig Films – Twig comprises thousands of films, images and additional materials to support teaching and learning across the curriculum.