Other Sites to Visit
Science, Technology, Environmental
Biodiversity: It takes All Kinds to Make a World
http://www.amnh.org/nationalcenter/it_takes_all_kinds/ This Web site is jam-packed with interesting stories and activities that explore biodiversity around the world and close to home.
Cool Science for Curious Kids
http://www.hhmi.org/coolscience/ This site has taken some of the COOLEST science exhibits from the best museums in the country and adapted them for the Web! Awesome interactive activities as well as things you can do in your own backyard.
EEK! Environmental Education for Kids
http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/org/caer/ce/eek/index.htm EEK! This sit e is so fun you'll want to scream! Filled with quick, fun facts, and links to cool activities.
http://www.enature.com/main/home.asp What kind of nature is in your backyard or city park? Find out here! Simply enter your zip code and get help from field guides, experts, and discussion lists. Who knows what you'll find!
Energy Information Administration's Kid's Page
http://www.eia.doe.gov/kids/ Visit a waste-to-energy plant and an oil refinery, take an energy quiz, and learn some fun facts about energy!
http://www.fema.gov/kids The Federal Emergency Management Agency wants to be sure you're safe in the event of a flood, forest fire, tornado, earthquake, or other natural disaster. Learn what to do to prepare yourself and your family on this serious, but activity-packed site.
IMAGERS: The Adventures of Echo the Bat
http://imagers.gsfc.nasa.gov/student.html Join Echo the Bat on his adventures and learn about bat migration, echolocation, and even satellite imaging and remote sensing technologies!
Jane Goodall Institute
http://www.janegoodall.org/rs/ If you love animals - especially chimps - then you should meet Jane Goodall, an amazing woman who lived with and studied chimps in Africa for years and who has become one of the world's experts in conservation. Find out about Jane's awesome work to save animals and the environment on this site.
Journey North - A Global Study of Wildlife Migration
http://www.learner.org/jnorth/ You know that birds fly south for the winter, but did you know that many other kinds of animals migrate with the seasons, all over the world? Find out more on this site!
Kids F.A.C.E. - Kids for a Clean Environment
http://www.kidsface.org Started by a kid like you, this environmental group offers great ideas for recycling, animal habitat, and planting projects you can do with your friends or school.
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/kids National Geographic just for kids with amazing articles on your favorite animals, geography, the earth, and more.
National Science and Technology Centre
http://www.questacon.edu.au/ You don't have to be a brainiac to love this site! Cool science and technology information for kids and adults.
National Wildlife Federation - Ranger Rick's Kids Zone
http://www.nwf.org/kids/ Riddles, quizzes, mix and match, amazing wildlife facts and animal jokes. Visit amazing environments without leaving your computer!
http://www.pacsci.org/ The Pacific Science Center is a way cool place to spend the day - featuring hands-on exhibits, a laser fantasy theater, an IMAX theater, and lots of science activities you can participate in!
Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium
http://www.pdza.org/ The Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium brings you eye to eye with icy white beluga whales, playful pachyderms, intriguing sharks, and brilliant reptiles. Learn more about the park and the unusual creatures that live there.
http://www.recycleroom.org Want to be a recycling expert? This is the site for you!UNEP's Kid's Web site
http://www.unep.org/geo2000/pacha/contents.htm Want to make a difference? This site can show you how - with information about the earth and how kids can do things in their communities to ensure a brighter future for us all.
Virtual Wildlife - World Wildlife Federation
http://www.panda.org/kids/wildlife/ Information on ecosystems, animals, and their habitats - for kids of all ages!
Water Science Activity Center
http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/msac.html Water, water everywhere! Give your opinion and answer important questions concerning water issues - without getting wet!
http://www.zoo.org/ If you live in Seattle, you may have visited the Woodland Park Zoo. This site features information on many of the amazing animals that live at the zoo, conservation, opportunities to volunteer, zoo hours, and the best times to visit.
World Almanac for Kids
http://www.worldalmanacforkids.com Want to be the smartest kid on the block? The site offers facts, games, quizzes, and contests on topics like space, presidents, the environment, and animals that are sure to expand your brain.
http://www.zooish.com A site that brings the animal kingdom to life on your computer!
and Saving Energy Recycling- Information for kids on what recycling
is and how to start recycling.
of Recycling- A list of common questions of why it is important to
Facts- Informational facts on recycling.
Recycling Corner- Information for parents and kids including links
and games about recycling.
Information for different ways kids can learn to recycle.
Ways to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle-
Learn information and different ways on how to recycle.
Recyclable? Related Resources- Information on different ways to
recycle, reduce, and reuse items.
Recycle?- Information on items that are recyclable.
What Can I Recycle- Information on different items that can be recycled.
Experience Music Project
http://www.emplive.com That big colorful blob in downtown Seattle houses one of the coolest museums in town! Learn more about experiencing the Experience Music Project here!
http://www.magic-factory.co.uk Color, light, MAGIC!! A fun site for kids.
http://www.nga.gov/kids Painting, drawing, sculpting, weaving - there are so many ways to make art! Learn more about the world of art on this site!
http://www.thechildrensmuseum.org Explore and create in one of Seattle's favorite places for kids.
Seattle Children's Theater
http://www.sct.org/ Have you ever thought about being an actor or actress? The Seattle Children's Theater is a professional theatre offering theatre education experiences to children of all ages, with affordable public performances and classes, as well as student matinees.
General Educational Sites
http://kids.discovery.com Do you like to explore? Create new art or inventions? Write your own stories? This site offers ideas for kid adventures of all kinds then provides a place for kids to share their stories and inspire each other to learn and do more!
http://www.factmonster.com Need help with your homework? This site may be the answer -provides a dictionary, an encyclopedia, and answers to general homework stumpers.