- Reference guide to a variety of religious topics
- A good place to start to find out about the Saints
- PBS Kids - Zoom for kids by kids. Science rocks!
- Ideas for Science Fair projects
- Exploring Science
- Biology for Kids
- Welcome to Windows to the Universe! Our purpose is to develop a fun and different Web site about the Earth and Space sciences.
- VIMS Virtual Marine Education Center, where teachers and students can find information and on-line resources for learning about the marine environment.
- Astronomy for children of all ages.
- Science for a changing world. Explore things in, on, around and about the Earth.
- National Aeronautics and Space Administration
- This site provides a wide range of weather information.
- The Miami Museum of Science website. This is a good place to find information about hurricanes and other weather.
- Test your knowledge about hurricanes. Listen to the pilots who fly into the storm to gather weather data.
- This website is maintained by the National Hurricane Center of the U. S. National Oceanographic and Aeronautic Administration.
- A wide variety of information, tools, and fun games to help everyone learn math and enjoy using it
- Exploring Math
- Welcome to Aplus Math This web site was developed to help students improve their math skills interactively.
- Have a Math question? You’ve come to the right place!
- Fun ways to expand knowledge and skills!
- Ask anything you want to know.
- Features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons.
- The main content of the site is aimed at basic math skills. However you will find some more complex stuff, and some easier bits. Hopefully there should be something for everybody.
- Daily Sudoku Puzzle Fun.
- Music education on-line
- Free piano music - Courtesy of Gilbert DeBenedetti
- National Geographic online… what an enlightening experience.
- National Museum of Natural History – Smithsonian Institute
- Homework help
- Homework spot
- Homework helper
- Another great site to help with homework
- “ Information Please”… kids almanac
- Webster’s Dictionary on-line
- Online encyclopedia
- A great place for kids to safely search for pictures to include in their reports
- The Internet Public Library. Very comprehensive and highly useful.
- New Britain Public Library
- The Library of Congress
- Microsoft’s Encarta encyclopedia
- The Jones Telecommunications Company’s Multimedia Encyclopedia with links to other encyclopedic information.
- Encyclopedia of Greek Mythology
- USA Today newspaper.
- UCONN Health Center CELEBRATE GIRLS
- Offers a combination of free study guides, literature essays, college application essays, editing services and free writing resources.
- Connect to other classrooms around the world, find interesting global projects, or build and promote your own online projects.
- The exhibits here include interactive experiences, suggestions for hands-on activities, and links to related Web resources.
- This site offers abundant choice in all content areas.
- Extensive teaching and learning materials are highlighted in this K-8 site
- Collection of online resources related to books for children and young adults
- The appealing language arts activities are appropriate for school as well as home.
- For grades six and up, this outstanding news-related education site offers up-to-date content for students, teachers, and parents
- Springfield Public Television website.
- This site is especially attractive for families who have young children. Information is presented in charming ways and is comprehensive
- The National Institute of Health
- Information about how almost anything works
- New Britain Museum of American Art
- New Britain Youth Museum
- The American Museum of Natural History
- The Computer Museum of America in San Diego, CA.
- The archives and more than 200 articles about computer-related technology
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- The Smithsonian Institution
- Take a virtual tour of Plimouth Plantation. Learn about the first American Thanksgiving gathering