- A&E Biography
- Includes a searchable and browsable online collection of 15,000 cross-referenced biographies from the Cambridge Biographical Encyclopedia.
- From the publishers of Dragonfly magazine. Information about science topics, such as ice, snow, and dinosaurs Children can also submit articles.
- EXN: The Exploration Network (Discovery Channel)
- Resources, games, and more relating to science, nature, technology, and adventure.
- National Geographic
- Read highlights from the current issue, search their archives for past articles and photographs, take part in special events and features, and take a look at a wide variety of maps. Also includes lesson plans and tips at how to integrate articles into the classroom.
- Nature - International weekly journal of science
- New Scientist - Last Word Science Questions and Answers
- A question-and-answer site that tells you (among other things) why your stomach rumbles, why animals don't need to wear glasses or contacts, and how a "potato clock" works.
- Newton's Apple
- "Here are lessons from the teachers' guides developed for seasons 9 through 15. They are designed to accompany the television show and are also a rich stand-alone resource. "
- OWLkids Online
- On-line versions of Owl and Chickadee magazines. Stories, articles, activities.
- Scientific American
- Many of the magazines articles and interviews are available online
- Science Friday Kids Connection
- Science experiments and more brought to you by National Public Radio.