Here you have information about tropical and temperate rainforests. It is designed for students of all ages. It looks at the different layers, the plants and animals, where the rainforests are and it has rainforest animal printouts.WWF
The WWF site has details of their campaigns along with global news features which impact on the environment.What is the Water Cycle?
A simple explanation of the water cycle which includes a cartoon video which goes through the process.Sir Isaac Newton: The Universal Law of Gravitation
What really happened when the apple fell off the tree? Here you will find an extensive explanation of Newton's Laws of Gravity. Kepler's Laws are also discussed.Connected Earth - The Museum on the Internet
A virtual museum using the technologies of today to display and explain the history of telecommunications over the last two centuries. The site has been designed by teachers to support UK curricula including Scottish 5 - 14 guidelines.Association for Science Education
The ASE site is designed to meet the needs of its 25000 members, mainly science teachers. The association promotes, supports and develops science education from primary through to tertiary levels.Learn about Chemicals
Learn about chemicals so that you can appreciate their properties, uses, benefits, and safe handling.A Walk Through Time - The Evolution of Time Measurement
This presentation traces the history of time keeping from the earliest clocks to present day. It explains ancient calendars and time zones.The Water Cycle
Interesting activities to aid understanding of the Water Cycle.Eureka! The Museum for Children - Halifax
The home page of a science museum designed for children between the ages of 3 and 12 years. The main exhibition areas of this 'hands-on' museum are explained. The site details free workshops, booking arrangements and includes science links.