Homework Help. Ahhhhhhh! Is there no end to this dreaded Homework? Soon enough, but until
that time here's some really great sites that'll help you build some strong brains and
maybe even lessen the pain and confusion created by even your favorite teacher.
little lighter that the ones above but, a bit more fun.
The guide to great art on the Internet: search by artist, movement, title,
subject and more.
Buildings Collection Research architecture around the
world and throughout history.
Classical Music Learning Zone Learn about composers,
opera, and classical music.
Wu's Origami Page Fold your way into interesting
objects of paper art. Find hundreds of diagrams for origami creations.
Lifetime of Color Take an ArtEdventure, try new art
techniques, and explore the works of featured artists and art history.
Weisstein's Treasure Trove of Music Explains
musical notation, chords and notes, intervals, scales, and modes.
Reader Read and search a large collection of classic
books online by authors such as Dickens, Austen, Shakespeare and many others.
outlines the most used Modern Language Association citation formats.
- Research and Documentation Online Find detailed
information for citing online sources, including MLA, APA, Chicago, and CBE
- Teen Lit Publish your own poetry, essays and
Read a large selection of literature notes online free.
Get study guides online for English, history, math, science, and many other
Arts Journal using creative techniques and ideas.
Prompts Find inspiration for creative journaling and
writing from the Creativity Portal.
- Writing the Journey
Try out this online journaling workshop.
Time Capsule Create
your own online time capsule. Enter a date, pick from the top headlines
and famous people born, top hits, top TV shows, hot new toys released, and top
- HyperHistory HyperHistory is an expanding scientific project presenting 3,000 years of
world history with interactive lifelines, timelines, and maps.
a fact-based approach to the history of humanity.
- Digital History
Roam through time with this extensive history resource.
Internet Index Find
high quality websites covering current events and issues, holidays and seasons,
helpful tools for information users, human interest, and more.
Public Library TeenSpace Get
homework help, career information, reading lists and lots of fun links at this
site for teens.
Homework Center Covers
geography, history, language arts, math, science, social studies and more.
Search their online books of
quotations, biographies, encyclopedias, fact books, and classic literature.
Book of World Records Be amazed by the Web version of the popular record book. Includes a place to
submit your own records and record attempts.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook Learn about all the different types of careers and how to get involved in them
with this tool from the US Bureau of Labor Services.
Find movie plot summaries, cast lists, actor biographies,
trivia, awards, and quotations.
Letterboxing is an intriguing pastime combining
navigational skills and rubber stamp art in a treasure hunt style outdoor
Create crosswords, mazes, math puzzles, word searches and
Spot Study Break Take a break from your studies and play games, read
magazines, check out the latest news, and take a virtual field trip.
Looking for a good read? Check out this online booklist:
Buddies Use the Topic Selection Wizard to help you find science projects that are
of interest to you. Plus a Project How-To Guide to take you step by step
through your project and an Ask an Expert forum for those science
questions you just can’t answer.
Fair Central Find what you need to know to
create a great science fair project….brought to you by the Discovery
Fair Resource Get help with science fair
projects, science fair ideas, tips on carrying out science experiments,
and creating winning science fair projects. Sponsored by the Society for
American Frontiers Explore more of the
world and its wonders presented by the popular television show.
Visit online the museum of science, art and human perception.
Stuff Works Ever wonder how space
elevators, electromagnets or zippers work? Find answers here.
Online Follow up information from programs
seen on the PBS Nova television program.
Files Get more facts about subjects discussed in
the daily news.
- Crucial.com.au Explore links to helpful math and science websites from all over the world.
- Einstein –
Sites celebrating 100 year anniversary of E=mc²:
Big Idea Explore a multitude of resources
gathered by PBS for their special presentation based on David Bodanis’
bestselling book E=mc²: Biography of the World’s Most
and Impact Read about Einstein's astounding
theory of relativity and his discovery of the quantum, his thoughtful
philosophy, and his rise above a turbulent life including marriages and
|Some of your teachers ask you to do projects that can seriously bend your
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- Supreme Court Rulings
- Periodic Table of elements:
Elements 'ya ever want to know what Yttrium is? no, oh well...
- Country Information:
Source An incredible wealth of information about Asia
- InfoNation A great site created by the United Nations.
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