1. The Electronic Naturalist - This site offers a new environmental education unit each week. For division two students, it is best to view the "full read".
2. Wonderville - This is a Science Alberta Foundation site that offers some great science adventures.
3. Check out the Weather - A variety of websites that provide information on the "weather".
4. Alberta's 6 Bio-Regions - Explore Alberta's land regions and animal habitats.
5. Science for Kids - this site offers kid friendly links to many interesting and fun science pages provided by the Agricultural Research Service (ARS).
6. National Geographic Kids - Check out the "Creature Features"! They are really neat! Try the "GeoBee Challenge" and visit the "Games" area. This site is guaranteed to keep young scientists busy!
7. Nasa Kids - This site is loaded with games, activities and really interesting facts about all kinds of things! Hover your mouse over things to see if they are "clickable" as there are many links here.
8. Alberta's Resources - learn about some of Alberta's natural resources.
9. Alberta's Wildlife Viewing Guide - this site is a partner to "Watchable Wildlife" and shows where specific wildlife habitats can be found throughout our province.
10. Wheels, Levers and Simple Machines - links to some great sites.
11. Animals On The Web - a variety of links to information on all kinds of creatures!
12. The Wonderful World of Plants
13. Learn More About the Environment
14. Wetlands - this SciQ/Science Alberta Foundation site offers an interactive wetland activity that helps students to understand how humans can effect wetland habitats. Read the opening page, and then click on "launch".
15. Water Treatment Activity - an interactive SciQ website produced with Science Alberta Foundation.
Mystery Rock - this is a
wonderful interactive activity that requires students to use various scientific
methods to explore a mystery object and to determine what it really is in the
17. Circuit Builder- a BBC interactive website for students learning about electricity.
18. Science: Pysical Processes - a BBC interactive website