Science and Science Projects
- Mr. Guch's Cavalcade o' Chemistry: helpful chemistry tutorials and practice problems from the author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Chemistry" (as well as interviews with punk musicians, just for fun)
- Science Net
- The Nobel Prize Internet Archive
- Amethyst Galleries' Mineral Gallery
- The Online Medical Dictionary
- The Inquirer's Guide to the Universe from the Franklin Institute Online
- The Why Files—Science Behind the News: current stories and a searchable archive of past articles
Science Project Sites
- Homework Spot. This is a good place to start. Everything from "why bother" to specific experiments, organized by grade level.
- SciencePage. Murray Hart lists sites that help you select, perform and report your project in an A+ way.
- The Mad Scientists at work. Need we say more?
- The Fun Science Gallery has instructions for many typical projects.
- At the Cyber-Fair, you'll find descriptions of each step in the process, and help with the mechanics of creating your display board.
- Check out the Discovery Channel's Science Fair Central.
- Reeko's Mad Scientist Lab. K-12 educational and fun science experiments for kids, children, teachers, and parents.
- Scifair.org, sponsored by the Society for Amateur Scientists, walks you through the whole process.
- Want to make that volcano explode? Find instructions for various kinds at Volcano World.
- See what other kids are doing in the E-Journal of the National Student Research Center.
- Arts Magnet School Science Fair Tips focuses on scientific method, ideas and final display.
- Visit Science Fair Prep for preparation tips and ideas by grade level.
- Science Fair Handbook includes keys to a successful project and ideas by grade level.
- All Science Fair Projects has detailed projects with grade level difficulty.
- Super Science Fair Projects takes you through every step to a winning display.