Useful Science Websites:

  • BBC Bitsize Science KS2

    Want to know about how our world and all the things in it work? This website looks at materials, energy, light and sound; and, you also learn about humans, plants and animals in this section. For children in KS2 (8 to 11 years).

  • BBC Bitesize Science KS1

    Fun activities to help children at KS1 (5 to 8 years) learn more about Science.

  • Try Science

    Try Science is a great first stop on your science journey. There are dozens of experiments in areas such as chemistry, biology, math and engineering, many of which can be done on and offline. You can take a virtual field trip to another museum or even view some animals via live webcam.

  • How Stuff Works

    How Stuff Works covers all sorts of interesting topics, but the science section includes space, earth science, life science and even paranormal science. Explore tornadoes, hair coloring, UFOs, radar and lunar landings. The site is geared more towards older audiences - the explanations may be too complex for younger kids - but it is a great resource for families.

  • Science News for Kids

    Science News for Kids helps kids stay up-to-date on scientific trends. Written in an accessible way, the articles can help kids understand topics like the decline of the honeybee population and how police use forensics to solve crimes. It's also a great way for parents to learn what's happening so they can help explain it to curious children.

  • Amusement Park Physics

    Explores how the laws of physics play a role in the design of amusement park rides. Design a roller coaster, determine the outcome of bumper car collisions, and more.

Useful Technology Websites:

  • Cyber Chase Kids

    Kids show CyberChase offers a range of online resources, including activities and games geared toward learning math, code, and similar concepts.

  • NASA Kids Club

    This site provides plenty of space-related projects and activities


    Backed by some of the biggest names in tech,'s stated mission is to grow computer science learning by fostering its inclusion in school curricula. In addition to its Hour of Code series, the site also features an Intro to Computer Science course, programming tutorials in languages such as Python and JavaScript, mobile app development activities, and other resources.

  • Tech Rocket

    TechRocket's courses for coding, game design, and graphic design are built on the premise that "you're never too young to learn STEM skills." This site includes a heavy focus on building mobile apps and games, from iOS development to Minecraft mods.

Useful Engineering Websites:

  • Engineering Games | PBS Kids

    Learn about building and engineering and play games with your favorite PBS KIDS characters like Curious George, the Cat in the Hat, Sid the Science Kid and Martha Speaks.

  • Engineering for Kids

    Discover the world of engineering for kids with our range of free games, cool science fair projects, fun experiments, interesting facts, amazing videos, quizzes, worksheets and more!

  • Try Engineering

    Engineer your own satellite by choosing what science it will be used to study, and then deciding what wavelengths, instruments, and optics will help you learn the most about the science you've chosen.

  • Hands on Engineering STEM Projects for Kids

    Original, reliable, and fun collection of project-based engineering lessons for kids (and everyone!)

  • 100 Engineering Projects for kids

    Here's 100 Engineering Projects For Kids to get them excited about construction, design, electronics, and more.

Useful Art Websites:

  • Easy Drawing Guides & Tutorials

    Easy-to-follow lessons teach young artists how to draw animals, cartoons, monsters and more, using circles, squares, and other simple shapes.

  • Bomomo

    At Bomomo, children can experiment to their heart's content. There's a range of interesting tools, and the best way to discover what they can do is to simply try them. Click one of the icons at the bottom of the screen, then move and click your mouse to make a cool abstract composition. If you can't save the creation, try taking a screen grab of it.

  • Aminah's World

    Aminah's World is a website presented by the Columbus Museum of Art. Here kids can choose a digital background then build a collage by layering kente cloth and other fabric scraps, found objects, shells, and yarn. Objects can be moved and re-sized, and the result printed out.

  • Toy Theatre

    The art activities here include building with colored blocks, doodling, designing, animation, and a glimpse into processes like Matisse's painting and Japanese wood block prints. You need to take a screen grab to save your work.

Useful Maths Websites:

  • BBC Bitesize Maths KS2

    In this section see how knowing about sums, averages, shapes, graphs and measurements can help you out with many tasks. For children in KS2 (8 to 11 years).

  • BBC Bitesize Maths KS1

    Fun activities to help children at KS1 (5 to 8 years) learn more about Maths.

  • Cool Math

    Have fun while practicing your math through lots of cool games, activities, and animated demonstrations. Includes coloring pages for young kids, and helpful sections for teachers and parents.

  • offers a lot for everyone. Students can find homework help, puzzles, online calculators, and more... teachers can take advantage of lesson plans, classroom resources, and career resources... there's even a section for parents with lots of helpful information.

  • Kahn Academy Maths

    Watch videos and practice your skills for almost any math subject.