Website of the month

Website of the month

Our top picks from the world wide web

It's that time of year again...back to school. Whether you're excited to be learning something new, or sad that your summer lie-ins are over, we've got websites that will help you out!

Homework help

Looking for some inspiration for your school projects or some help with your homework? Check out these websites for ideas.

Channel 4 Homework High

Channel 4 Homework High

Have you got a homework question? Channel 4 Homework High can help! You can ask them a question or browse questions that other pupils have asked.

Marvin and Milo on physics.org

Marvin and Milo

Sometimes physics can be tricky, but physics.org have found a great way to explain those difficult problems. Who doesn't love physics when it's explained by a cartoon dog and cat? You can try their experiments at home too!

YouTube

Planet Science YouTube

YouTube has so many videos that can help you with your homework. Check out Planet Science's YouTube channel for inspiration and then search for what you need. Just don't get distracted by videos of cats.

Science fun!

Well, it can't be all homework and no play, can it? Here are our favourite fun websites that we've found over the holidays.

Nat Geo Kids

Nat Geo Kids

With games, quizzes and competitions, Nat Geo Kids is the website to go to for interesting science fun.

DOGO news

DOGO news

Packed full of the latest science news, DOGO news is a great place to catch up with what's going on in the science world.

The Kid Should See This

The Kid Should See This

A very random selection of awesome videos. Want to see super quick fire-fighters? Robot insects? Yo-yos in zero gravity? This is the place for you!

Theme Park Science

Theme Park Science

Every wondered how Disney make their rollercoasters loop-the-loop without people falling out? Why their Haunted House is so scary? Now you can find out! Go to Theme Park Science to ask real Disney theme park scientists a question. Theme Park Science also explains physics-y things such as electricity, gravity and magnetism using real life theme park examples.