TCL Science Source Page

This page is full of helpful links to web sites and resources related to K-8 science, and especially related to Science Fair Projects for both Elementary and Middle School students.

Science Buddies -Science Fair Project Ideas, Answers and Tools

Science Fair Central – From Discovery Education this comprehensive site provides a guide to science fairs with relevent, creative, and fun tips and resources on the web.

Sea and Sky ¬†Kids can learn about oceanography, marine biology, and astronomy on Sea and Sky. “Sea” features science news, a gallery of exotic marine life, and an ocean exploration timeline; “Sky” includes an astronomy reference guide and profiles of key astronomers, astronauts, and space missions. Created for fun by an amateur scientist, Sea and Sky has a wealth of accurate, well-written information.

Skytopia- The basis for a good science project is an unanswered science question. This site provides students with a good starting point as they visually explore the world’s most unanswered science questions.

Science Made Simple – This site is geared toward elementary and middle school students who need a basic starting point for ideas and “what is a science project.”

Wondermind Learn all about neuroscience through Alice-in-Wonderland themed games. Kids curious about how the brain works will learn and have fun on this site.

Young Scientist Challenge – The Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge is the premier national science competition for students in grades 5 – 8. It is designed to encourage exploration of science and promote the importance of science communication.

Kids Inventions¬†National Museum of Education’s web site headquarters for invention. Lots of exciting things to challenge the inventive spirit!

The WWW Virtual Library: Science Fairs – this is a comprehensive list with links to all science fairs, local or global.