Ask Kids - Schoolhouse - interactive site to help kids with homework questions
Class Zone- online resource to find state math, language arts, social studies, science and world language textbooks.
Kids Click - great reference page for all subjects.
Pics4Learning - copyright-friendly image library for teachers and students; collection consists of thousands of images that have been donated by students, teachers and amateur photographers. Unlike many Internet sites, permission has been granted for teachers and students to use all of the images donated to the Pics4Learning collection.
America’s Story from America’s Library - The Library of Congress’ page about our American past; great source for biographies.
Writing Fix - interactive prompts, lessons, and resources designed for teachers, students, and lifelong writers
Create a Graph - interactive site which allows you to create various types of graphs.
Gallery of Interactive Geometry - interactive Geometry site
Math Counts - mission to increase enthusiasm for and enhance achievement in middle school mathematics throughout the U.S.
Purple Math - helping students gain understanding and self-confidence in Algebra
Argon National Laboratory
Astronomy for Kids - astronomy including fun animation of the solar system
Bill Nye the Science Guy - check out the Science Guy’s online lab.
Brookhaven National Laboratory
California Living Museum - California native animals
Cells Alive - interactive cells, animations, definitions
Discovery Kids - Discovery Kids explores volcanoes including Pompeii
Energy Information Administration - official energy statistics from the U.S. Government
Glencoe McGraw Hill Textbook - Glencoe textbook site with extra activities, games, and information to explore for each chapter of your book
Hydrogen.gov - web portal to information about Federal government activities related to hydrogen and fuel cells
International Partnership for the Hydrogen Economy - international institution to accelerate the transition to a hydrogen economy.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Los Alamos National Laboratory
National Energy Technology Laboratory
National Geographic for Kids
National Weather Service - track weather conditions across the country.
U.S. Dept. of Energy Hydrogen Program
U.S. Fuel Cell Council - industry association dedicated to fostering the commercialization of fuel cells in the U.S.
Volcano World - fun and games exploring volcanoes
50 States.com - this is a good website for finding basic information about each of the 50 states.
Ben’s Guide to U.S. Government - Ben Franklin guides K-12 students through all kinds of cool facts about our government.
Glencoe Social Studies - 7th grade Social Studies textbook support
Library of Congress - great website for American History
Smithsonian - America’s “attic” consists of 19 museums. The online site includes a wide array of all things American.
Freeplay Music - highest quality broadcast production music library; free Mp3 music download
Bot Ball - the Botball Educational Robotics Program engages middle and high school aged students in a team-oriented robotics competition based on National Science Education Standards.
First Lego League - FIRST LEGO League (FLL) is a global program created to get kids excited about science and technology. Geared for ages 9-14 (up to 16 outside of the U.S. and Canada), FLL utilizes theme-based Challenges to engage kids in research, problem solving, and engineering.
Garage Band Support - getting started support for users of Garage Band
iLife Apple Support - support for users of the Apple iLife applications (Garage Band, iMoves, iPhotos, etc.)
iWork - support for users of Apple spreadsheet application iWork
Keynote Support - support for users of Apple presentation application Keynote
Mouse Squad - students who work on the MOUSE Squad are called technicians and they are responsible for fixing, taking care of, and supporting all of the computer-related needs in their schools. This site is a members-only website for students and teachers participating in MOUSE’s student-led student technical support program.
Pages support - support for users of the Apple word processing application Pages.
Tech Brick - Resource for Robotics teams
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