Geographic For Kids
They crammed the whole world (well, sort of) into one Web site. Itís just waiting for you, and thereís always something new to check out. So dig in! Look around! Explore!
A science and nature guide for kids.
Nye --The Science Guy
You will find guides of each Bill Nye episode and lots of science information and links.
A very nice site: great design and layout, good use of graphics, great content, and ease of navigation.
This site is just full of information on animals: who they are, what the National Aquarium in Baltimore is doing as an organization to protect and preserve their future, and how they do it.
This web document provides a thematic unit for cooperative learning across an integrated curriculum which is an interactive resource for teachers, students and parents.
Another great database. You can do a search within the National Zoo homepage
From undersea worlds to the pridelands of Africa, if there's a creature you're looking for, the Electronic Zoo's search tool is the pick of the litter. Choose from categories such as invertebrates, wildlife or zoo animals to see a dazzling array of links to the animal kingdom. An award winning site
In The Wild
Welcome, to the first zoo without bars! The authors believe it is essential to offer a means of getting to know wildlife, and that is what has led them to the idea of a "virtual zoo" - images, sounds and information that opens the fascinating world of nature to the whole family..Do you want to know how to use this site with primary students? The Wild Numbers Lesson challenges students to surf the web to identify the animals they see.
The place to go when you want to learn about animals. This site includes many great Zoo links as well as animal pictures. Look at the Endangered species list and find out what you can do to help.
Looking for wildlife of the polar regions? Here is a site to learn more about wolves, foxes, penguins, polar bears and more.
Site On The Internet
The Yuckiest Site a place for kids that's enjoyable, safe, and learning friendly.
We have a class pet--Taz, the hamster. Here's a collection of hamstery resources to be found on the Internet.
Here you can learn lots of fascinating information about bears.
Check out the virtual zoo and animals online. Children enjoy reading the riddles. This is a great site to supplement the Zoo Books Magazine.
Ever wonder what the earth looks like from Jupiter? Nasa and JPL teamed to put this wonderful simulator site together.
The Nine Planets is an overview of the history, mythology, and current scientific knowledge of each of the planets and moons in our solar system.
Lots of information and images.
This site has lots of information about comets and a collection of images.
Images of Comet Hyakutake and Hale-Bopp
The goal is to inspire the children of the world to reach for the stars. Space Day 1998 will feature some exciting new events, including a live eight-hour Web cybercast from the Mall in Washington, DC. Teachers --Have you given your students a little space lately?
Junior astronomers can learn about the Solar System, Universe, and Space Stuff. Curious young minds can choose between two levels of difficulty. Included is a glossary to help young astronomers.understand what is out there on any given starry night.
Park School Weather Cam
Snow Science - Snow crystals and how to study them. Snow Activities - Snow scavenger hunt to an ice candle. Snow Art - Cutting six-sided snowflakes to snow paint. Snow Literature - Snow folk tales and poems. Snow Food - Snow ice-cream and an edible glacier. Snow Links - Links to other web sites about snow.
This site was put together by the National Weather Service and includes units, guides and resources for K-12 students.
The Environmental Protection Agency has created this web site with lots of fun and interesting things to learn and do.
Thanks to our Internet Provider, Frazier Mountain Internet Service for the support in the design and maintenance of these Web pages and for carrying them on the Internet for us.