Click here to watch science come alive with this amazing interactive website. It’s bursting with things to explore and do! Fantastic video clips and interactive animations will take you inside plants, around the human body, deep below Earth’s surface, and into the depths of space for an even closer look at science in action!
The head of a pin is about 2mm in diameter. Use this animation to compare the relative sizes of cells and organisms sitting on a pinhead. Nearly invisible without magnification, dust mites dwarf pollen grains and human cells. In turn, bacteria and viruses are even smaller.
Explore our solar system and the universe at the BBC website. Lots of great videos and information.
The National Geograpic website has a section on Space, and has some superb photos and CGI images. The site also has a vast amount of information and resources.
The NASA Kids Club has lots of interactive fun.
More NASA fun at The Space Place.