Science & Technology


PrimaryLeap provides teachers, parents and homeschoolers with thousands of printables covering English, maths, science, geography, history and lots of fun themes for children. more »

The Science Spot

A resource for middle school teachers and students...  Lessons and activities, science concepts, word searches. crosswords, project ideas, and more. more »

Scitech Kids Page

Scitech is a hands on science centre in WA.  Their kids pages have experiments for kids (such as 'acidic egges' potato maze' and 'crazy crystals', and fun videos from their many programs including the animation film festival. more »

Art of Science Online Gallery

The Art of Science exhibition explores the interplay between science and art. This is the fourth Art of Science competition hosted by Princeton University. The 45 works chosen for the 2010 Art of Science exhibition represent this year’s theme of “energy” which we interpret in the broadest sense. more »

The ScIslands

Explore Questacon's archipelago of science!   Questacon – The National Science and Technology Centre has developed ScIslands, a website for toddlers, kids and teens, exploring scientific principles through fun games. more »


BrainPOP is an educational website from the US that offers kids animated, curriculum-based content on Science & Technology, Social Studies, English, Maths, Arts & Music, Health. more »


KidsClick is a search engine for kids created by librarians which guides guides young users to valuable and age appropriate web sites. more »

Teaching Treasures

Teaching Treasures is a website which features unique teaching tools, online interactive activities, educational games, projects, worksheets and many other resources to help with the daily learning adventure. more »

Learning Games for Kids is a website that offers a great and fun way to build the foundation skills that today's primary school curriculum requires. more »

The KidsKnowIt Network

The KidsKnowIt Network is a student’s free portal into the many exciting facets that make up our Universe. more »

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