Below are many educational links that may be helpful with homework and many other schools projects. If you know of any links that you would like us to add please let us know.
U.S. Treasury Department Kids Page
Sea World and Busch Garden 's Animal Resources
Learn about the ecosystem, download coloring pages and hear a whole library of the sounds different animals make.
The Fishy FAQ
A bouillabaisse of fascinating facts about fish!
Fish Information Service
A ton of fish information from the Fish Information Service.
Penguins, Seals, Sharks, and Whales
Learn how all of these very different animals survive together in the sea.
A. Pintura - Art Detective
Learn about great painters to solve the mystery and win the game!
An interactive game about great works of art.
The Virtual Smithsonian
MoMA: The Museum of Modern Art
Smithsonian National Museum of African Art
Heard Museum of Native American Art
A List of Crafty Ideas
Great craft ideas for each month of the year.
Astronomy for Kids
View sky maps, send postcards, and learn all the basics of astronomy.
Basics of Space Flight Learners' Workbook
Learn about how to navigate through the solar system.
Tons of information about our own planet and how it relates to the rest of the universe.
Overview of the Solar System
Great photos and profiles of each plant.
NASA Space History
A tour through the history of space exploration.
The Brain and Spinal Cord
Explore the parts of the nervous system.
Visit the Brain Explorer
View a brain atlas and learn about how your brain works.
Play games, get healthy recipes, and read journals written by kids with asthma, diabetes, or broken bones.
Find activities, play games, and create and interactive storybook to learn more about the environment.
Children of the Earth United
Learn amazing things about plants and animals from a Native American perspective, and get a chance to show off your knowledge, too!
Ask Jeeves for Kids
An answer for virtually any question you will ever have.
The Comic Strip
A place to read all of your favorite comic strips each day.
Make your own greeting cards, learn about how Crayola Crayons are made, and find out which famous people share your favorite color.
Home of Bill Nye, The Science Guy.
Fruit and Vegetable Nutrition Center
Find out about the five color groups of fruits and veggies, download a comic book, and create your own recipes.
Nutrition Explorers from the Dairy Council
Enter contests, take polls, and feed Mungo the Monster.
The official website of the White House and the President.
The Constitution of the United States
A complete database of information about the Constitution and the Amendments from the National Archives.
The U.S. Supreme Court
The official website of the Judicial Branch of our government.
4000 Years of Women in Science
Biographies, photographs, and references.
Mr. Dowling's Electronic Passport
Search for interesting historical facts by era, subject, or geographical region, all while listening to Mr. Dowling doing his nutty voices!
Historical collections from the National Digital Library at the Library of Congress.
Links to the Past
The virtual museum of the National Park Service.
This Day in History
The History Channel's compilation of what happened in history on this day, your birthday, or any other day of the year.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Personal stories, maps, and online exhibits about the Holocaust and related current events.
Harry Potter Books
Learn about the books, browse the glossary of magic spells, and find out how to pronounce those hard words with the audio dictionary.
Notable Citizens of Planet Earth
Biographical information on over 28,000 people from ancient times to the present.
Which famous people were born on your birthday?
Bartlett 's Familiar Quotations
Look up famous lines by author, keyword, or era.
Elements of Style
Basic rules of grammar, form, word usage, spelling, and expression.
Ask Dr. Math
Everything you will ever need to know about formulas, measurements, and numbers for math students from kindergarten to college and beyond.
Math in Daily Life
Why do I need to know this stuff?
How to Read Music
Learn all of the basics of reading music; notes, clefs, symbols, and counting.
Olympics Past and Future
Read about the history of the Olympics, little-known Olympic events, and the champion athletes who have won medals.
Field Museum of Natural History
Chicago Museum of Science and Industry
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