Resources for Students
Free children's reading books! Many classic children's books available in iTunes (podcast) or mp3 format.. (Make sure to skip past the audible.com ads down to the free downloads)
A new way to look at the world; the user picks a subject (such as population, migrants, literacy, mortality, religion...) and all world countries are resized to their % of the world total for that subject. A very visual graphic for students.
Plus is an internet magazine which aims to introduce readers to the beauty and the practical applications of mathematics.
"Kids teaching kids" videos created at a middle school in California. You can subscribe within iTunes, as well.
Have a math question or need some extra help with your math homework? You can also e-mail Dr. Math for help!
Find a picture of your home taken from space if it was built before 1999 at: http://www.mapquest.com Click on the blue button labeled aerial image. Then click on the map.
Have a science question? Feel like doing an experiment? Want to ask a scientist a specific question?
The Exploratorium is a museum of science, art, and human perception in San Francisco. Check out the museum at:
Go to www.nasa.gov for a great site and too many wonderful links to list!
10 Sources for Free Textbooks Online:
Just as it says... 10 sources for free online textbooks, lots of curriculum areas.
Purdue Writing OWL: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/
The Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL) is a free service of writing resources & instructional material
Animation Gallery: http://www.sumanasinc.com/webcontent/animation.html
Animated tutorials for a variety of scientific disciplines.
Art Cyclopedia: http://www.artcyclopedia.com/
Site has information about artists, art movements, art museums, artworks, art news... basically anything related to art and art history!