Bill Nye the Science Guy
Features many fun different science experiments.
BrainPop – Science Units and BrainPop Junior – Science Units
A graphically easy way for students to explore different areas for their science projects. BrainPop Junior is appropriate for grade K-3 students. Bowen students have access to both sites; check the Bowen Library Passwords bookmark or ask Ms. Riordan if you need help accessing these sites.
BrainPop – Scientific Method
BrainPOP movie which walks students through the steps of the scientific method, which can be used to design any kind of experiment.
Discovery Education: Science Fair Central
Helpful guide on how to approach an elementary science fair projects, with some ideas provided for early and later elementary students.
Many different videos, games, and interactive content on topics such as sharks, dinosaurs, chemistry, animals, earth, and space.
Education.com Elementary School Science Fair
Extensive database of project ideas that can be filtered by grade level and subject area.
Energy Kids (US Energy Information Administration)
A wide range of science experiments related to energy consumption and efficiency.
Google Science Fair Idea Springboard
A search tool to help kids come up with a science project that they’ll enjoy (although geared towards older kids).
Google Science Fair page
Videos of past science fair projects.
Helping Your Child Learn Science
A great reference for every day science projects and explorations which can be done at home.
Hour of Code
Beginning coding sites and exercises compiled by Bowen’s Instructional Technology Specialist, Lauren Dietz.
Internet Public Library Science Fair Project Resource Guide
Provides an aggregate list of science project idea web sites, classified by subject area, such as Animals&Zoology, Plants&Biology, Chemistry, etc.
Mr. Nussbaum – Science Topics for Kids in Elementary and Middle School
Many games and interactive learning modules covering a wide range of scientific topics.
NASA Weather Science Fair
Provides project ideas related to weather science.
National Energy Education Development Project
Provides project ideas related to energy efficiency and consumption.
National Geographic for Kids
Video library providing a wide variety of science experiment ideas.
National Weather Service – Weather Science Content for Kids and Teens
A listing of weather and meteorology sites geared towards kids. Includes weather school, modelling tools, games and a reference of summer camps for budding meteorologists.
Nurse Training: Immune System Games
A collection of videos, games, quizzes, and other interactive materials to help you learn about our immune system and how it works. You might be amazed at all the different things your unique body can do!
PBSKids Zoom Activities
Provides project ideas under the categories of Chemistry, Engineering, The Five Senses, Forces, Life Science, Patterns, Sound, Structures, and Water.
Provides science project ideas and a Topic Selection Wizard in the areas of Physical Science, Life Science, Earth and Environmental Science and Math and Computer Science. All projects are divided into three categories – Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.
Sick Science with Steve Spangler
Videos of some easy experiments.
Fun YouTube channel.
ALL YOU NEED TO GET STARTED ON SCIENCE DAY
Registration Opens on February 25, 2019