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Explore everything from weather to sports to music to languages.
Visit The Art Zone to create your own art, watch a sculpture garden tour, or learn about famous artists and art.
Learn about America's presidents, space travel, and other cool things through the collections of the Smithsonian.
Contains over 700 terrific links to educational sites on the Internet
A FREE online Encyclopedia
Kid-friendly websites, selected by librarians, for over 600 subjects.
A free and family-friendly site that indexes quality and current reference sources.
Great site for finding information about Indiana: population, land area, state bird, and more!
Contains maps, listings of festivals and events, info on popular tourism sites in Indiana, a gallery of photos, and address of professional Indiana sports teams.
Nice pictures of the state flag, bird, flower, seal, and tree. Also contains the state motto, poem, river, song, and stone.
All that you and your family needs to know about our state government and its programs and services.
An exciting site from the National Digital Library with great pictures of famous historical figures, documents, and movies.
Enter month and day to see who was born or died on that day. Also select events by year and month.
Short bios on people from ancient to the present.
Here's help for pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, logic, and word problems. Fun math puzzles for the math lover.
The Homework Hotline provides middle and high school students with math and science homework help free of charge and after school hours. Students who call the Hotline number will speak to a Rose-Hulman student tutor working from the Learning Center on Rose-Hulman's campus in Terre Haute, Indiana. The toll free number is 1-877-275-7673 - Sunday through Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m.
This site has math questions with their answers arranged by grade level. Students submit questions that are answered by experts then archived for others to review. A useful "how to" site.
Has step by step instructions for solving various types of problems. They are arranged by personal math, finance, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, etc.
An interactive web tool designed to assist teachers and students in producing reference citations for crediting information from other people. Does MLA & APA citation styles.
Contains over 500 pages of word games, puzzles, amazing lists, and fun facts.
Godchecker's Mythology Encyclopedia currently features over 1,600 deities. Browse the pantheons of the world and explore ancient myths.
Features science-related radio shows, answers to science questions, and lots of science links.
Online exhibits and science for the layperson.
Project ideas are divided by grade level. The "Cool Links" connects to other science fair websites.
Links to current status of all volcanoes, pictures, history, and myths. Can search by region or by name. The Teaching and Learning section has information about characteristics and study plans.
Basic astronomy information about the planets, solar system, rockets, and space missions. There are some biographies of scientists and astronauts.
Basic information about countries. Similar in format but more extensive in information to the Background Notes.
Searchable current and historical decisions going back to 1840's.
Learn about your federal government. Provides descriptions of the cabinet and each branch.
Learn everything you ever wanted to know about The White House