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Science4Fun
Science4Fun

Science4Fun’s goal is to provides interesting content for different science subjects.

Mystery Science: Can the Sun Help You if You're Lost?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students develop a model of the sun’s daily path across the sky, then use this model to help someone who’s lost.

Mystery Science: Why is There Sand at the Beach?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students investigate the effects of rocks tumbling in a river.

Mystery Science: If You Floated Down a River, Where Would You End Up?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students develop a model of the earth’s surface and use it to discover an important principle about how rivers work.

Mystery Science: How Could You Survive a Landslide?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students will learn about the types, causes, and dangers of landslides.

Mystery Science: How Much Water Is In the World?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students use estimation and graphing to discover the surprising difference in the amounts of fresh and salt water on Earth.

Mystery Science: You Turn On the Faucet, Where Does the Water Come From?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students construct an explanation about a surprising phenomenon: the existence of underground water.

The Kennedy Center: Exploring Weather
The Kennedy Center

How does weather influence our culture, daily life, and mood?

The Kennedy Center: Weather and Wind
The Kennedy Center

What causes wind? Discover the truth behind the whoosh

Weather For Kids
Weather for Kids

Where we hope you learn about the fascinating weather that affects us day to day.

NOAA SciJinks
NOAA

Launched in 2002, NOAA SciJinks inspires and engages students to learn about weather, satellite meteorology and Earth science.

OLogy: Earth
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Earth is the dynamic planet that we call home.