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Alta Vista Translator  Translate English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish languages.  Click Here
Amusement Park Physics  This interactive exhibit, part of the Exhibits Collection, explores how the laws of physics play a role in the design of amusement park rides. Activities in the exhibit invite visitors to design a roller coaster and determine the outcomes of bumper car co  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
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
Calculus Graphics  Graphics demonstrate calculus concepts by using animated illustrations. "See" complex calculations in action.  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
Collapse: Why do civilizations fall?  Explore the fall of civilizations through four examples: the ancient Maya, Mesopotamia, the Anasazi, and the medieval African empires of Mali and Songhai. Learn about important concepts in archeology such as interpreting evidence and dating artifacts.  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
Cornell Math and Science Gateway for Grades 9-12  An Interesting Site for Secondary Math and Science. (Astronomy, Biology, Agriculture, Chemistry, Meteorology, Physics, Engineering, and more)  Click Here
Defilement  Defilement brings together the best of the humanities on the web. It is a constantly growing collection of the most valuable online resources for teaching English, history, art history, and foreign languages.  Click Here
E-Server  This site contains over 20,000 articles and files ranging from poetry, fiction, nonfiction and much more. You can browse the site's extensive collection of published writings and resources for students and faculty.  Click Here
Earth Observatory  NASA site for satellite data and images, research news, etc.  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
Encyclopedia Mythica  The Encyclopedia Mythica is an on-line encyclopedia on mythology, folklore, and legend.  Click Here
Flashcards for Kids  Designed to allow people to practice math at varying levels of difficulty.  Click Here
Foreign Languages for Travelers  Foreign Languages for Travelers site teaches the very basics of over 70 languages!  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 math On-line Tutoring is a FREE service designed for students from K-12  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
Heavens Above  Web site where you can get satellite overhead pass data fro the Bedford area for the brighter satellites plus star charts, planets, and more.  Click Here
How Stuff Works  The index to hundreds of cool 'How Stuff Works' articles! Have you ever wondered how the engine in your car works or what makes the inside of your refrigerator cold? Then How Stuff Works is the place for you!  Click Here
IU-PEPP seismic web site  IU web site for the Princeton Earth Physics Project. Information about earthquakes, projects, and good links for earthquake resources.  Click Here
Learn Spanish  A FREE Online Tutorial for the Spanish Language.  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
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
Maths Online  Maths Online provides a gallery of multimedia learning tools (Java applets) and useful links to other math sites. For school, high school, college, and university. (High-Ed Math)  Click Here
Meteor Observing Calendar  Just like the title, plus a moon phase calculator and links.  Click Here
Music Education at Data Dragon  This site provides tutorials, (learn to read sheet music), guides, information on musical genres, history of music, instruments and links to other educational sites.  Click Here
Musical Glossary - The Classical Music Website. Music terminology glossary.  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
National Gallery of Art - Online Tours  Take virtual tours of a current or past exhibitions installed at the National Gallery of Art  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
Nova: Map of the Human Heart  Put your finger on the pulse of how the human heart works. Don your surgical mask and try your hand as a heart-transplant surgeon -- metaphorically speaking -- in this simplified online procedure.  Click Here
Passport To Knowledge  Electronic field trips. Links to ongoing sites and past projects. Excellent for this topic.  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
Science Learning Network  The Science Learning Network (SLN) is an online community of educators, students, schools, science museums and other institutions demonstrating a new model for inquiry science education.  Click Here
Sky and Telescope  Comic strip which explains astronomical phenomena, with back issues.  Click Here
Space Science  Space Science features daily news about NASA research, live sky events, space weather, and opportunities for our readers to participate in real NASA science. See also and for related information.  Click Here  Science news and information about the Sun-Earth environment. Daily monitoring of solar flares, geomagnetic storms, Earth's aurora, and all forms of space weather. (sunspots, the sun, solar flares, sun quake)  Click Here
Spanish Made Easy  Five lessons teach the basics, including common phrases and vocabulary that travelers should learn, and basic use of verbs. Also, dialogs of real interactions between people, to reinforce lessons and grammar.  Click Here
Terra Server  Microsoft's Terra Server is a great site that provides satellite images of just about anywhere on earth. From landmarks to your own hometown, it's all here.  Click Here
The Bare Bones Guide to HTML  This is a great site for learning the basics of html coding and design.  Click Here
The Canons and Fugues of J. S. Bach  The major forms of musical composition are made simple at this site. Topics concerning the canon and fugue are covered here. Students can also create their own composition and find a full analysis of the works of J.S. Bach.  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 Piano Education Page  The Piano Education Page includes tips on learning to play the piano, helpful articles for teachers and more...  Click Here
The Technology Primer  This is a great site to find multiple facets of technology ranging from the telephone to kevlar.  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
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
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
Weather World 2010  University of Illinois site for weather. Has online instructional guides and more!  Click Here
Weather: What forces affect our weather?  Ice, snow, rain, wind, storms--what causes our weather? Learn about weather patterns and discover how our climate is changing. Try your hand at being a storm chaser in a hands-on Web activity.  Click Here
Web Elements  All you ever wanted to know about the periodic table, and then some!  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

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