- Earth and Moon Rotation and Revolution
Try this game to see if you can make the Earth rotate around the sun.
- Earth, Sun and Moon Adventure
Can you help save the world? The Earth is wildly out of orbit and your help is needed!
- Earth's Moon: Our Natural Satellite
NASA shows video segments about the moon
- Is It Alive?
Watch this cool video and see if you can spot living and nonliving things.
- Can You Identify Living Things?
Look at these pictures and see if you can find the living things.
- Forest Life Trail
Take a walk on this forest walk trail and help Max find things that are alive or have never been alive.
- Habitat Game
Explore colorful habitats and find the things that are alive.
- Build an Online Habitat
Make your own habitat! Just add plants and animals.
- Food Chain Game
Play the food chain game by dragging parts of the chain to their proper places. Good luck!
- The Animal Diet Game
Watch for an animal to appear on the screen. When it does, choose the right diet and watch it eat up!
- "Things That" Game
Look at the pictures shown and see if you can find animals that eat fish, lay eggs, and more.
- Amusement Park Physics
Have fun on this site learning about how amusement park rides work.
- Roller Coaster Builder
Can you build your own coaster? Try and see how you do.
- Soccer Ball: Energy and Change
Use your knowledge of force to kick a soccer ball and score a goal.
- Simple Machines Game
Help your little buddy, Twitch, get his work done at the museum by using simple machines. He needs your help!
- Keeping Warm
You choose a type of container and then observe how the water temperature in it changes over time.
- The Sun
Learn all about the sun on this site as well as make crafts and play games.
- Forces and Motion: Basics
Explore the forces at work when pulling against a cart and pushing a refrigerator, crate, or person.
Sun, and Moon
Watch the movie and then take the quiz.
- The Living and Non-living Things Quiz
Identify which objects are living or non-living.
Your Own Roller Coaster
Use the laws of motion and gravity to create an online roller coaster.
- Mechanical Madness
A kinetic sculpture needs your help to make these machine works.
- Swim For Home
Help the salmon swim home.
- Finding Edison
Learn about a few of the over 1,000 Edison inventions.
- Dendrochronology: Tree Ring Studies
See what scientists can learn by studying the rings inside a tree.
- DESIGNit, BUILDit, FIDGiT
Your goal is to bounce, flip and roll Fidgets safely to their box.
- Power Play
Build a machine that will harness power and complete the task.
- Types of Clouds
Use this cool site to learn all about those beautiful things in the sky - clouds.
- How Rocks Change
Are you ready for this challenge? See if you can tell what causes rocks to change over time.
- Rock Cycle
The clock is ticking. Can you beat the time and identify rocks and their class? Take the challenge!
- Build a Bird
You have the chance to build a bird and place it in a habitat. Can you make one that has a good chance of survival?
- Animal Characteristics Game
See if you can match the characteristics of animals to the proper type of animal. Can you do it?
- Interactive Weather
Let the sun shine, or make the wind blow by changing the temperature and humidity.
- Water Evaporation Activity
Study the effect of humidity and temperature on the evaporation rate of water.
- Thirstin' Question and Answer Game
How much do you know about water?
- Mohs' Castle of Doom
The walls are closing in on you. To escape you must drill through them.
- Interactive Water Cycle
An animated activity that lets you control the water cycle as you learn.
- Rock Around the Park
See how erosion effects the land.
- Tracking at the White Sands
Each animal leaves a distinct track. Choose the animal that matches the tracks.
- Who am I?
Use the clues to match the animal to its description.
- Water Quality
Learn how counting macroinvertebrates helps scientists know how clean water is.
- What Tree is That?
You can identify most trees by studying their leaves, seeds, and fruit.
- A Touch of Class
Select the correct plants and animals for each category
- Shape it Up! An Earth Changing Erosion Activity
Can you use natural forces to change an earth formation? See what wind, water, glaciers and volcanoes can do.
Follow along with the professor as he shows you how volcanoes work.
Tsunamis are very powerful waves. Watch as the Professor shows you how the form and what they can do.
- Wise Up!
An alien helps explain magnetism.
- Stuck on Junk
You are a crane operator and you have to use a magnet to pick things up. How well will you do?
- Magnets and Compasses
Can you find where treasure is hidden by using a compass?
- How Shocking!
Take a trip through Benjamin Franklin's electrical discoveries and test your knowledge of electricity!
This colorful site will help you understand series and parallel circuits.
- Using Electricity
See if you can light bulbs by placing batteries and switches in circuits.
- How Do We Make Electricity?
Watch this colorful and fun explanation of the different ways we can make electricity.
- What is Heredity?
What characteristics and traits do we get from our parents? This slideshow will explain.
- What is a Trait?
Distinguish between physical traits and inherited traits on this site.
- Switch Zoo
Choose among 142 species of animals and create habitats in which they will survive. Create your own new species from a menu of characteristics.
- Our Wild Neighbors
Discover various species of endangered, threatened, and extinct animals. Choose which animal species left clues behind in their habitats.
- Balloons and Static Electricity
Why does a balloon stick to your sweater? Rub a balloon on a sweater, then let go of the balloon and it flies over and sticks to the sweater. View the charges in the sweater, balloons, and the wall.
- Mountain Maker, Earth Shaker
Push your mouse around to move continents and change the landscape.
- Volcano Lab
Get ready to rumble.Test your volcano knowledge.
- Pangaea Map Game
Move the puzzle pieces to see how the continents once fit together.
- Changing Electric Circuits
Make and change electrical circuits.
- Stages of Life
How much do you know about the stages of life for different organisms?
Safely guide the nanorobot, paying attention to the positive and negative charges.
- Shape it Up
Choose the correct force of nature and span of time to create the target land formation.
- The Solar System Game
Click on the object in our solar system to learn about it and play games about our solar system.
- Solar System Exploration
Click on the various fascinating things in our solar system to learn more about them. Learn about comets, planets, the Voyager spacecraft and more.
- Moon Olympics
What would it be like to play sports on the moon? Compete in the Moon Olympics to find out.
- What and Where are Microorganisms?
This colorful site will help you can learn about all of the various microorganisms that surround us.
- Microbe Magic
Have fun learning about bacteria, viruses, fungi, and play the Go Fish Microbe Game.
- Beat the Heat
In this game things get hot fast! Your goal is to unscramble words about heat and temperature before the thermometer tops out.
- How We See Things
In this activity you can drag mirrors into the path of light. How does this change the direction of the light?
- Changing Sounds Game
In this activity play instruments such as drums, the guitar and even a bottle. Experiment with ways to make different sounds.
This fun video explains sound and vibration.
- Lunar Cycle Challenge
Drag moons to the their place in the lunar cycle.
- Disease Detective
Trace the outbreak of a mysterious illness, 'dizzy fever,' to its source.
Locate the microorganisms and then take the quiz.
- Gravity Launch
Launch a rocket into space to see how the force of gravity can pull an object toward the earth and moon.
- Go to the Head of the Solar System
Answer questions about celestial objects as they travel through the solar system.
- Planetary Rescue Squad
Your goal is provide parts to space colonists.
- Weebit World
Experiment with an ecosystem to find a balance between weebits, their food, and the right climate.