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About Rainbows: Answers to questions about "one of the most spectacular light shows observed on earth".
American Memory: Primary documents and historical materials available on the Web from the Library of Congress.
BadgerLink Library and Information Resources:This page is great it will search through newspapers and magazines for articles. This is great for doing research papers!
Berkeley (Calif.) Public Library Kid's Page: An online toy box of good kid's books and more.
Black History: This Black History site offers a full range of activities and explores African-American issues on the Web.
Brendan Kehoe's Kids of the Web:Primarily a site of links to other sites, from homework help to penpals, with sections for parents and for net safety.
Brian Jacques Home Page: Created for fans and friends of the Redwall books. By David Lindsay, age 12.
Brianna's Name that Book: Brimming with book lists, this site features a quiz at the end.
Castles for Kids: Pictures, glossary, and interesting stuff about the Middle Ages.
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis: "Where children grow up and adults don't have to" is the museum's motto. The pages on sculptor Alexander Calder are especially fine.
Children's Television Workshop: Sesame Street in cyberspace, the online home of the Cookie Monster and the other characters of the popular CTW program.
Conquering Distractions: Maybe you don't consider yourself the best student or you think there is just too much going on in your life to fit in college classes. We are hear to help you out!
Cranes for Peace: An award-winning site where you can learn about Sadako, the thousand origami cranes and how to fold your own.
Curiocity's Freezone: A fully-monitored virtual community for curious kids, this site is filled with games, riddles, children questionnaires, and even a totally monitored chat just for children! Children can even send postcards to their friends or family from this site.
Dictionary.com: Whether you have a question about words, grammar or language, this page can help you search any word from the dictionary or thesaurus. It also includes several word games and clever utilities.
The Exploratorium: The science museum in San Francisco mounts electronic versions of hands-on exhibits like the science of hockey, tracking severe storms and how to dissect a cow's eye.
Family Service: A nonprofit organization offering family programs, newsletters and Internet resources.
Flags of the World: A simple site with color images of flags from most to the world's countries.
Gayle's Preschool Rainbow: Early childhood education and preschool education activities with lesson plans for preschool teachers plus at-home activities for parents with preschool kids.
High Point Public Library: Thousands of good links to homework help, fun and games, children's authors, parent links, teacher links and more.
Homework Desk - Study Guides: The subjects that you study in school are important for your grades, but who says that learning has to be boring? Look here for some fun ideas!
Kidlink: A colorful collection of links of interest to children, including a multicultural calendar.
Kids on the Web: Features links to Web pages created by kids and a Kids Web Page hall of Fame. Created by three siblings.
Latin American Network Information Center: An extensive collection of sites and resources devoted to the study of Latin America, many designed especially for children.
Mead Public Library: A local page filled with valuable information and links for the entire family.
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: Delivers activities, advice to parents and a wonderful section on children's books tied to specific program themes, all in the gentle style of America's favorite neighbor.
Multnomah County Library Kids Page, Portland, Oregon: An action packed animated site. Special features include a scavenger hut and other games, "good stuff to read," homework help, hot links to cool sites, jokes, riddles and more.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA): Find out how to get photos from space, see a launch, get a lesson plan.
National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian: A beautiful site in the family of excellent Smithsonian Web pages, with notes on current exhibitions, research links, publications and more.
National Wildlife Federation: The Kids Page Features articles in English and Spanish from Ranger Rick, the environmental magazine for children; a homework help section; and briefings on issues such as the wetlands, endangered animals, water quality and more.
New Moon: An advertising free electronic magazine for girls and their dreams, with strong sections for parents.
Ohio Public Library Information Network (OPLIN): Colorful gateway to a wealth of educational and fun online resources for "webtots" to "webteens".
Online Quiz / Test StrategiesTest taking has become an increasingly valuable skill. This page offers tips for all levels.
Origami: Clear instructions and elegant models in the traditional Japanese art of paper folding.
Parts of the Eye: Ever wonder what are the different parts of your eye that allow you to see, check out this site. Teachers, looking for a lesson plan: click here
Paw Island: Paw Island, the magical world of cats and dogs. Free games, downloadable activities and comic strips for kids 4 to 12 years.
Sacramento (Calif.) Public Library's Kid's Place: Includes a Hot Site of the Month, "hot links" to cool sites and a section for parents and teachers.
Sports Illustrated for Kids: A busy, colorful site with articles about sports figures from Jackie Robinson to Jackie Joyner-Kersee; league standings, games, and more.
Star Journey: A beautiful site from National Geographic featuring star maps and info on the Hubble Telescope.
Today in History: From the Library of Congress, a day by day listing of historical events.
Virginia Hamilton: The gifted storyteller and writer applies her internationally recognized creative abilities to this wonderfully accessible site.
Virtual Frog Dissection Kit: A site where no amphibians are sacrificed for science with instruction in many languages.
Voices of Youth: Children across the world have their say on current events on this site sponsored by UNICEF.
The White House: Take a tour of the White House and learn about the house that our President lives in.
Yahooligans: The Web Guide for Kids. The well-known search engine's kids source, with the Site of the Week and searching tools.

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