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Get the basics from all 50 states such as climate, maps, economy, nicknames, populations and more.
You can retrieve some basic information from Britannica, but an online subscription is necessary.
The Encyclopedia Britannica includes a timeline of black history dating back to 1517 and contains major points in history.
This site covers math, science, people, government and even has games and quizzes.
This extensive site lists resources for elementary and middle school homework, plus online exhibits and field trips.
IPL has various links on art, sports, health, and a reading zone.
Learn about what goes on inside the courtroom.
A general web site created by librarian that contain several web sites on various subjects.
"The Old Farmer's Almanac has published useful information for people in all walks of life: tide tables for those who live near the ocean; sunrise tables and planting charts for those who live on the farm; recipes for those who live in the kitchen; and forecasts for those who don't like the question of weather left up in the air."
Learn about Texas history, flags, maps, constitution, and famous Texans.
Contains all the flags of the world, information on every country including background information, maps, people, government, and the economy.
Biography on A&E contains over 25,000 lives from actors to famous novelists and writers.
"This dictionary covers more than 28,000 notable men and women who have shaped our world from ancient times to the present day."
Find information about past presidents of the U.S.
See what's happening at the WhiteHouse, find news items, a few games, and there's also links for parent's and teachers.
Body and Mind includes sections on illnesses, fueling up your body, and some survival skills for healthy living.
BBC helps you learn how to take care of your body and mind. Learn about your teeth, your blood, muscles, and good foods to eat.
This site talks about the bad effects of smoking.
Here, get the top 10 tips for healthy living and physical activity.
Lots of information on all health issues such as illnesses, recipes, dealing with feelings, some medical terms, and a "Girls Only" section.
Find historic events in history by selecting specific dates.
The BBC covers World War I at a secondary level, the Vikings, the Romans, a walk through time, and historic figures.
Benjamin Franklin teaches you about the government by grade level. Learn about our nation, the branches of government, citizenship and historical documents such as the Gettysburg Address and The Bill of Rights.
This site provided by the History Channel, gives you events that happened on a particular day.
Fact Monster includes historical events from 1900-present divided by the year. See what happened in history in a specific year.
Covers people in history, what's on TV, and also a great History of the World Timeline dating back to 401BC.
Learn about the climb of Mount Ampato from archeologist Johan Reinhard.
PBS online covers history from the ancient world, U.S. history, and world history.
A variety of games here to develop your math skills. Use flashcards, games, or a math word find puzzle.
Yahooligans has a wealth of information on various animals. It includes their scientific names and Ranger Rick fact files.
"The yuckiest site on the Internet." Find out why you burp, hiccup and also learn about the life of a roach.
Here you can view the distance of the stars, other names they have, constellations and their positions in the sky.
This site contains jigsaw puzzles, math games, geometry, fractions, and brain benders.
This site provided by the Howard Hughes Institute has some insight on various critters, plants, and also contains a few projects.
EE includes endangered species list, and extinct species, and facts, data and pictures.
No need to make flashcards, use this site to test yourself.
This site is a little more advanced. It includes algebra, geometry and trigonometry functions.
Great math resource for kids.
You can convert time, temperature, area, speed, pressure and others with this site.
Learn different experiments from several branches of science including chemistry, physics, and math.
Great experiments that you can do in the lab or other fun projects you can do in the kitchen.
This is the first place to check when doing a science project. Here, you can get ideas, learn the steps, and find out what makes a successful project.
Science projects from a periscope to a hoopster.
Here you can find a few physical science experiments with matter, fluids or static electricity.
This non-for-profit web site is dedicated to providing educational resources to students about the powerful memoirs of Anne Frank's diary.
"Ask Jeeves for Kids is a fast, easy and kid-friendly way for kids to find answers to their questions online."
The City of Corpus Christi has an activity page for you that contains games and puzzles, fire safety, water wise tips, and recreational activities.
You can find information on various authors on this site such as Judy Blume, Eric Carle, and Betsy Byars.
Find cameras all over the world. You can see what's happening on the busy streets of New York.
Subject areas in science, math, literature and social sciences are included on Great Sites, provided by the American Library Association.
This is a great search tool for looking up words, finding information in an encyclopedia or searching for a web site.
Get the latest on earth, the moon, mars and beyond!
Read all types of poems entered by various students, you can also enter your prize poem to contests, or publish your poem online.
The original version of Yahoo, adapted just for kids.