SCIENCE: Animal Websites
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Threatened and endangered wildlife and plants.
SCIENCE: Astronomy & Weather Websites
SilverBear’s Weather Report
Sedona’s local weather.
Available in both English and Spanish. NASA's Home Page provides information about NASA, including missions, events, research and the most up-to-date news. Links are available to NASA Kids, Resources for Students and Resources for Educators.
The Weather Channel
Has basic daily and weekly forecasts searchable by place name or zip code. There are also links to articles about weather. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for links to resources for teachers and students.
SCIENCE: Chemistry and Physics Websites
Provides information, links, diagrams, etc. on the 109 named elements plus elements 110 - 112.
Periodic Table of the Elements-WebElements
WebElement's online version of teh Periodic table. Click on desired element for in-depth information about the element.
Find out how physics is part of your world and get answers to questions.
Physics is at work on the playground. Learn all about the science that surrounds us every day through a fun, interactive site.
SCIENCE: Conversions and Calculations Websites
Online calculators for a variety of conversions and calculations.
MANY conversions and calculators.
SCIENCE: Earth Science Websites
Earthquake Information from the USGS
FAQs, links to other resources and basic information about quakes. There are also some sound files and links to information about specific quakes.
Everything you want to know about tsunamis (tidal waves).
Virtual Earth Science Museum
Travel the world and through time with Explorasurus.
SCIENCE: Life Science Websites
Biology Project, The
Online interactive resource for learning biology. Content includes Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Human Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics and Immunology.
Botany Encyclopedia of Plants
A seed company site for gardeners that can be searched by common and scientific name.
All about plant and animal cells.
A general introduction to complex and delicate desert ecosystems, including a discussion of the roles humans play in the changing desert environment.
The National Library of Medicine links to different sites by topic.
Human Anatomy Online
Interactive views of the human body. Java enhanced.
SCIENCE: Science Websites
Naturalist Jim Conrad provides a broad range of nature activities and information, from the basics of observing nature to classifying plants and creatures.
How Stuff Works
Explains how hundreds of things work, from elements of the human body to space-age technology.
Scientific American: Ask the Experts
Ask the experts questions and search their archives for answers to your questions.
A non-profit organization focused on developing science enrichment tools for students in grades K-12.
Zoom Inventors and Inventions
Learn how and when common items were invented, from adhesive tape to the zipper. Has entries for inventions and inventors.