Two sources for science articles for students are the Student Science branch of the Society for Science and the Public's website and the Smithsonian Institute's TweenTribune website. National Geographic Kids, a branch of the National Geographic website for kids, offers science articles on animals and plants for younger students.Continue Reading
Students can utilize the Student Science page's search engine to search for articles about specific science topics. The website then pulls up a list of hits about the topic specified. Students can also click on the Blogs and Resources link on the left-hand side of the home page to view science project resources.
The TweenTribute website has a list of recent articles on its home page, and also provides a search engine for specific topics. The top of the home page has links that go by grade level, and students can click their grade levels for age-appropriate science material. Students can create website accounts to fully benefit from the website's material.
National Geographic Kids has science articles that focus especially on natural science. This website likewise has a search engine, and in addition to articles also has educational games and interactive maps. Children can create personal accounts on this website as well.Learn more about Science