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The World Digital Library offers free digitized treasures from around the globe.
Streaming Video and Teacher Guides from John Stossel for educators.
A resource for educators looking for open-source software to use in classrooms and schools.
Hundreds of free software programs are compiled on the site.
This tool helps users make graphs.
More than 10,000 videos organized across 2,000 categories including math, science, computers and technology, and history.
hip-hop songs for introducing vocabulary, literature, social studies, math, and science topics in an engaging way.
Humor for Educators
Lesson plans in many subject areas on the topics of food and agriculture.
Science and Health Science
Videos, activities and podcasts for all ages from the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago.
This module address the following question: “What is the process of science.”
Lunar and Planetary Institute presents 25 webcasts, hands-on activities and supporting resources (such as PowerPoint presentations).
A collection of full episodes and short clips from the Weather Channel series to make connections among climate, geography and history.
Featuring interactives, videos of construction vehicles in action and contains useful information and activities for students studying inventions, the physics of simple machines, and engineering.
A collection of resources from leading hospitals and health associations on the topic of Swine Flu (H1N1).
Information about food safety including articles on food safety issues, tips on avoiding foodborne illnesses and podcasts focusing on the different aspects of protecting our nation’s food supply.
Learn about the various kinds of engineering careers.
Observing and forecasting, weather basics, and climate systems from the Arctic Climate Modeling Program.
Videos from the American Museum of Natural History on various science topics.
Daily Earth Science news updates, articles, maps, a dictionary of Earth science terms and information on geosciences careers.
Dr. Jeff’s Blog on the Universe – learn about our amazing Earth.
Learn about the Florida Everglades in detail through four video podcasts.
Take a video tour of the rooms of a house and various locations in NASA City to see how space exploration affects your daily life.
Seven Deadly Myths, produced in 2000 and hosted by former cover model, entrepreneur and smoking cessation advocate Christy Turlington, is a 17-minute closed captioned video that explores some of the common myths about smoking and empowers women to become or stay smoke-free.
A list of resources for helping students understand the Moon. The guide covers scientists’ understanding of the Moon as a world, the appearance of the Moon in the skies, and tips for observing the Moon through binoculars or small telescopes.
Eight postcard lessons to engage students in the topics of science.
Interactive experiments and simple animation to communicate basic principles about light.
Biological effects of alcohol through an online game. Players join the N-SQUAD investigating an accident involving a drunk driver.
Earth Science Picture of the Day
This game features simulations of actual extravehicular activities (EVAs) conducted by NASA astronauts on missions to provide power to the space station. The graphics used in this game are based on real NASA missions and incorporate 3D graphics used by the Agency.
60 second chalk cartoons posing science questions.
Watch films of science experiments with commentary and teaching tips.
Teach students about astronomy and space science by using mathematics and real-world problems.
Art and Art History
Lessons for teachers and interactive features for students with access to resources, exhibition-related materials and articles in all subject areas related to Art and Art History.
Adventures with Art - Interactive art that kids can make online which encourages artistic exploration and creativity.
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