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KerPoof

KerPoof

Make a movie, make a card, make a drawing, make a picture, tell a story, but most of all, have fun at this website for kids from 3 to 93!
Subject: Fun Stuff–Arts & Crafts–Coloring; Fun Stuff–Other Fun Stuff–Electronic Postcards; Fun Stuff–Fun Stuff Resources For Parents & Teachers; Teachers & Parents Corner–Lesson Planning; Art, Music And Museum Resources For Parents & Teachers–Art Education; Art, Music & Museums–Art; Computers And The Internet–Postcards & E-mail; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

New York Times’ Learning Network

New York Times’ Learning Network

This excellent site is designed for students, parents and teachers. The resources here range from an archive of lesson plans for grades 3-12, to weekly quizzes, to daily news briefs about current events. Teachers can stay on top of news in their profession, students can engage in games, such as crossword puzzles and word quizzes, and parents can re …
Subject: Teachers & Parents Corner

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Education Center

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Education Center

The Army Corps of Engineers Education Center has plenty for teachers and kids! Online educational games give teachers fun activities to go along with lessons and educate their students while teaching them. The Science & Engineering Room in the Young Engineers??? Club has instructions for science fair projects in several different areas.
Subject: Teachers & Parents Corner; Math And Science–Experiments & Science Fair Projects; Math And Science–Technology & Industry

Science Master

Science Master

Discover science information to help you learn about many topics in the ???Jumpstart Science??? and ???Learning Galleries??? sections. But don???t forget to scroll down the page: Unfortunately, this otherwise excellent site is full of ads!
Subject: Teachers & Parents’ Corner–Science Net; Math And Science; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Earthforce

Earthforce

Ever wondered what a Tsunami is? What causes earthquakes? How deep you would have to dig to reach the fiery core of the earth? Or how to avoid getting caught in an avalanche? Find answers to these questions and more from this site and its links to other great resources.
Subject: Math And Science–Earth Science; Teachers & Parents’ Corner–Science Net