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The Best Sites Where Students Can Ask Science Questions & Receive Responses

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There are several useful sites that invite students to submit science-related questions, and then those sites publish responses.

Here are a few of them:

The latest entry into this field is The Science Master. You can read about it at The Edublogger’s post: THE SCIENCE MASTER: A RESOURCE FOR CURIOUS STUDENTS.

Frontiers For Young Minds provides “Science Edited For Kids, By Kids.”

Highlights Magazine has a nice feature called Explore and More that answers various science questions.

Science Buddies has an “Ask An Expert” feature.

Students can submit a question at “Submit A Question For NASA.” Unfortunately, the entire NASA site is off-line at the time of this post, but I assume this feature will be active again once the site is restored.

Let me know what I left out!

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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