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AR  AR for classroom.  Click Here
Archeology  Learn about archeology and how archeologists work, and reconstruct how our ancestors lived over 150 years ago!  Click Here
Ask Dr. Math  The Internet's premier ask-an-expert math service. Ask Dr. Math a question using the Dr. Math Web form, or browse the extensive archive of previous questions and answers  Click Here
Basics of Space Flight  Like a textbook, with questions to answer. Online resource from the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab.  Click Here
Bill Nye  Disney's Bill Nye "The Science Guy" explains new and exciting science experiments. This site also contains online experiments, TV schedule, Fun Facts and many more interesting areas to see.  Click Here
Black History Timeline  Timeline starting in the 1500`s with the arrival of slaves  Click Here
Brookhaven National Laboratory  Here is a good resource for science and technology. Brookhaven's Raymond Davis, Jr. was recently awarded the Nobel Prize in physics.  Click Here
Castles of Britain - Castle Learning Center  This another awesome site about British Castles. You can learn anything and everything you need here, from Knights to information on what it took to build a castle.  Click Here
Chicago Shedd Aquarium  Has a handy fact sheet for various marine animals  Click Here
Children's Music Web  Educators, parents and children can access a free newsletter, Web guides, a concert calendar, and music education information, and even hear songs.  Click Here
Childrens Literature Web Guide  Internet resources related to books for children and young adults  Click Here
Colonial Hall  Bios of the Founding Fathers  Click Here  Very cool math stuff! An amusement park of math and more designed especially for fun! Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, math puzzles and problems for kids.  Click Here
Earth, Sun, Moon  Navigate through asteroids to explore the earth, sun, and moon.  Click Here
EarthTroop has been the home base of General Motors' effort to educate children regarding the environment. Through cartoons, music, videos, games and activities they have communicated GM's initiatives. They try to show how ordinary people, both children and adults, inside GM and outside the company, are all doing their part to safeguard the Earth and make it a better place for us all.  Click Here
eNature  The complete nature and wildlife resource featuring the Audubon Guides to plants and animals, Outdoor Planner and Destination Guide, Habitat Guide, eCards, newsletters, live webcams species Lifelists, discussion forum, Ask-the-Expert, 4,000 color photographs  Click Here
Figure This  Figure This! Mathematics Challenges for Families provides interesting math challenges that middle-school students can do at home with their families.  Click Here
Flashcards for Kids  Designed to allow people to practice math at varying levels of difficulty.  Click Here
Fun Mathematics Lessons by Cynthia Lanius  Mathematics lessons for elementary, middle, and high school including geometry, fractions, and algebra.  Click Here
Geography World  A large collection of resources and links for geography teachers and students at all levels. It covers things like ecosystems, population, and conservation.  Click Here
Go Places: Explore the World  Students can use interactive maps with photos and descriptions of interesting places. Quiz themselves on what they have discovered. Speak like a native of each country by listening to soundclips of the language.  Click Here
Guide to Grammar and Writing  A Guide to Grammar to Writing. Contains several digital handouts on grammar and English usage, over 150 computer-graded quizzes, recommendations on writing -- from basic problems in subject-verb agreement and the use of articles to exercises in parallel s  Click Here
History Channel: Women in History  The history of womens suffrage, womens Hall of Fame, First in womens acheivements.  Click Here
History of the Holidays  If you are wanting to know some background information on Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa; then this site is a "must see"! You will learn how different customs around the world celebrate these winter holidays.  Click Here
Iditarod  This site provides information about the Iditarod and its history  Click Here
Inventions at Play  Explore the playful side of invention. Learn how play the ordinary and everyday "work of childhood" connects to the creative impulse of both historic and contemporay inventors.   Click Here
IXL  Math practice that keeps you in the zone.  Click Here
KidsKonnect  Information search page for teachers to use with their students. A great place to search for almost any topic!  Click Here
KidsRex  KidRex is a fun and safe search for kids, by kids! KidRex searches emphasize kid-related webpages from across the entire web and are powered by Google Custom Searchâ„¢ and use Google SafeSearchâ„¢ technology  Click Here
KinderArt  A vast selection of art lessons, activities, resources for teachers, a newsletter and educational information.  Click Here
Landforms and Bodies of Water  This site will help you understand the different types of landforms and bodies of water. You can print out a sheet to label the landforms or print a quiz.  Click Here
leopards  PBS site about leopards  Click Here
Life in a Medieval Castle  If you are studying Medieval Castles, then check this site out. It covers information from the kitchen to the chapel.  Click Here
Little House in the Big Woods  Online Activities  Click Here
MarsQuest  On this site, you can launch a spacecraft to Mars, explore its volcanoes and canyons, solve mysteries about the search for life on the Red Planet, and explore the latest rover images.  Click Here
Math Forum  The Math Forum is the comprehensive resource for math education on the Internet. Some features include a K-12 math expert service, an extensive database of math sites, online resources for teaching and learning math, plus much more.  Click Here
Math Power  This site provides information about basic math, algebra, study skills, math anxiety and learning styles and specifically addresses the needs of the community college adult learner.  Click Here
Meals Matter  Online activities about the food pyramid  Click Here
moodle  moodle  Click Here
Mr. Dowling's Electronic Passport  This is a good site for multiple facets of social studies. It even dabbles a bit in the area of science. You will have the opportunity to view many different pages ranging from Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt to The Caribbean and Canada. A must see for all teachers!  Click Here
NASA  NASA Teacher resource home page, has links to Educational Services, ``Instructional Materials, NASA Projects, NASA News, NASA Overview, and Frequently Asked Questions  Click Here
NASA Kids  NASA Kids is best place for kids interested in Space, Science, Rocket, Astronauts and the Solar System.  Click Here
National Archive videos on Google  View historical videos from the National Archives.  Click Here
National Geographic Education  National Geographic's website for teachers, with lesson plans and online activities for your classroom.  Click Here
National Geographics Xpeditions  An awesome resource for the geography classroom. The beautifully designed site boasts interactive maps, tours, and activities, as well as teaching standards.  Click Here
Passport To Knowledge  Electronic field trips. Links to ongoing sites and past projects. Excellent for this topic.  Click Here
PBS Cyberchase  Here is an awesome site with several games to help you improve on your math skills. Play them all and see how well you do against your classmates!  Click Here
Pearson Success  Pearson Success  Click Here
Penguin Pages  SIEC has created a nice index page of several different sites to visit to learn about penguins.  Click Here  Copyright-friendly Images for Education. Browse a categorized list of photos found in the Pics4Learning photographic library collection.  Click Here
PlanetPals Earthzone  Alive with colorful cartoon characters, this interactive resource teaches about ecology, natural resources, the planet Earth and it's care.  Click Here
Read Write Think  Providing educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction.  Click Here
Reeko's Mad Scientist Lab  A good source of free science experiments for parents, teachers, and children of all ages. Kick off your shoes. Pull up a chair. Make yourself comfortable. Oh yeah, did we mention that protective goggles are required.  Click Here
Sanford Art Adventures  Here is one of the best art sites around! There are products and resources for creative individuals from beginners to advanced. You can create art, study art, play art related games and even look at lesson plans! This is a must see for all art teachers.  Click Here  Learn about the solar system, take a virtual tour of Mars, navigate the stars with an interactive star map, and monitor the earth with a 3-D virtual globe. Much more...  Click Here
Sea World / Busch Gardens Animal Resources  Get quick information and fun facts about terrestrial and aquatic animals, animal rescue and rehabilitation, and more.  Click Here
Sky and Telescope  Comic strip which explains astronomical phenomena, with back issues.  Click Here
Spelling City  Spelling City  Click Here
State Web Games  Learn the locations, capitals, abbreviations and over 500 important facts about our 50 states.  Click Here
Stop Bullying  Website about bully free schools.  Click Here
The American Revolution  This site contains a timeline of the American Revolution with several fun activities, lessons, and an online test.  Click Here
The Lewis and Clark Journey Log  Here is a very good website from National Geographic about the Lewis and Clark Expedition. View an interactive timeline and see what type of danger and people they came across along the way.  Click Here
The PBS Kids Democracy Project  This is a great site on how the government works. You can also see how one person's vote can make a HUGE difference in an election. Step inside and be the President for a day!  Click Here
The Pledge of Allegiance  If you want a little knowledge on the history of The Pledge of Allegiance then click here. It wasn't always the way we know of it today. See what changes have taken place over the years.  Click Here
The WebQuest Page at San Diego State University  This site is designed to serve as a resource to those who are using the WebQuest model to teach with the web. By pointing to excellent examples and collecting materials developed to communicate the idea, all of us experimenting with WebQuests will be able to learn from each other.  Click Here
The Write Site  An interactive language arts and journalism project for middle schools developed by ThinkTVNetwork. Students can discover the who, what, where, when and why as they take on the role of journalists.  Click Here
Thursdays Classroom  NASA news and research related to the Hubble Constant and cosmology. The aim of Thursday's Classroom is to provide a lasting connection between NASA's latest research and the classroom environment.  Click Here
TIME For Kids  TIME For Kids, from the popular magazine, is designed for grade 2-6. This site features views of current events from kids' perspectives. Great for getting kids accustomed to periodical reading.  Click Here
Timelines  History Timelines  Click Here
U.S. Rivers  Look here if you want to find information on the rivers of the United States.  Click Here
Ultimate Guide to the Iceman  Take a look here and find all kinds of interesting facts on the person known as the Iceman. You can even come up with your own conclusions to his death.  Click Here
Underground Railroad  Interactive site about the Underground railroad.  Click Here
United Streaming  A website offering tons of cool and interesting video streaming content from the Discovery Channel.  Click Here
Weather Channel  For the weather-savvy educator, The Weather Channel offers lesson plans, teachers' guides and more, including additional online teaching resources.  Click Here
WebMath  This site is composed of many math "fill-in-forms" into which you can type the math problem you're working on. Linked to these forms is a powerful set of math-solvers, that can instantly analyze your problem, and when possible, provide you with a step-by-step solution, instantly!  Click Here
Wonderlab  A fun hands-on Science Lab for kids run by a non-profit organization in Bloomington Indiana  Click Here
Zoom School  Zoom School is an on-line elementary school classroom with lessons in geography, biology, language arts, and early childhood activities.  Click Here

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