Science NetLinks is happy to share its collection of Summer Science Fun activities. They suggest books to capture the attention of readers of every age. They offer computer games and activities to fill rainy afternoons or days when going outside just isn't an option. They we propose hands-on activities that kids will find fun and that will teach them about the science that surrounds them in the everyday world. From http://community.thinkfinity.org/message/48348#48348
Science Museum offers sixteen free online science games for students to allow them to explore a variety of science concepts including energy, genetics, environmental science. Science Museum also offers lesson plans featuring hands-on science activities appropriate for all grades from elementary school into high school.
the wily Super Awesome Sylvia. Stager said that when adults get out of the way and let kids shine, they produce amazing things, like “Sylvia’s Super Awesome Mini-Maker Show.” Sylvia’s only 11, but she’s already taken the world by storm by challenging herself with complicated projects in science, technology, engineering and math in her own fun and quirky way. She’s become an Internet phenom, and President Obama even invited her to the White House Science Fair.