Welcome to the world of Science, learn everything from the prehistoric creatures that used to roam on the Earth, to the Earth's heart (aka. the core ) to the outer reaches of outer space. Learn everything you need to know from each of these subjects. This is a child friendly and school friendly website, teachers and students are provided with worksheets, videos, and important information for certain subjects. P.S. there are no answers for the questions on the worksheets.
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Explores the world animal groups, from the tiny insects to our species that roam the planet today.
Learn about the structure, proporities, and changes of matter.
Travel back in time and research about the largest creatures that ever walked the planet.
Learn about the places where plants and animals call home.
Forces of Nature/Natural Disasters
Stay safe when mother nature has the power to do some destruction.
There is more to the Earth than just solid rock.
See how microscopic organisms keep us runnning and keeping us healthy.
Study up on how matter and its motion through space and time.
Read about the most famous science's event's.
Science Fiction Theatre
Watch movies that are science related.
Go beyond to the outer reaches of the solar system and the universe.
Talk about the weather and learn about how it works in the flowing gases of the atmosphere.
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Read some of these articles:
- The Most Extreme
- Tyrannosaurus ("Tyrant Lizard King")
- The Jurassic Period
- The Cretaceous Period
- Triceratops ("Three Horned Face")
- Dilophosaurus ("Two Crested Lizard")
- Early Cretaceous Animals
- Animal Life
- Animal Records
- Science Fiction Films
- Jurassic Period Animals
- Jurassic World
- Indominus Rex ("untamable king")
- Indominus rex ("untamable rex")
- Forces of Nature
- Late Cretaceous Animals
- Velicoraptor ("swift seizer")
- Velicoraptor ("Swift Thief")
- Bill Nye the Science Guy
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