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2. Bartleby.com: Great Books Online

3. Funbrain
4. Math Central
5. HyperHistory Online
6. History Channel
7. Funology
8. Enchanted Learning

Mathematics Games - Algebra Games - Graphing Games - Hotmath
Math.com - World of Math Online

Six Visual Dictionaries and Thesauri

Snappy Words is a free visual dictionary and thesaurus. Enter any word or phrase into the Snappy Words search box and it will create a web of related words, phrases, and definitions. Hover your cursor over any word or phrase in the web to read its definition. Click and drag any node to explore other branches of the web. Double click on a node and it will generate new web branches.

Visuwords uses a web design to show users the definitions of words and the connections between words. To use Visuwords just type a word into the search box and Visuwords will generate a web of related words. Place your cursor over any of the words and the definition appears. Use the color-coded key to understand the connections between the words in any web.

Lexipedia , like Visuwords , provides the definitions of words along with a webbed diagram of related words and their definitions. In addition to definitions and diagrams, Lexipedia offers audio pronunciations of words although when I tested it the audio didn't seem to be working properly. In my side-by-side comparison of Lexipedia and Visuwords , both performed equally well, but occasionally offered different definitions and connections for the same word.

Merriam Webster's Visual Dictionary is divided into fifteen thematic categories containing more than 6,000 words defined and accompanied by images. You can find words and definitions by browsing through the categorized images or by using the text search bar.

Wordia is a free visual, video dictionary. Wordia features a selection of user-submitted and professionally created videos explaining the meaning of a word. The videos focus on the everyday use of words while the text accompanying each video provides the dictionary definition of the word.

Got Brainy features two sections; Brainy Flix and Brainy Pics. Brainy Pics is comprised of images that demonstrate the meaning of a word. Most of the pictures are submitted by students. Brainy Flix is comprised of short videos that illustrate the meaning of words. Just like with Brainy Pics, most of the videos are submitted by students.


Various web sites for math - on help, games, etc. 

Livebinder of Common Core Math Websites

Practice Math Skills

Converting Improper Fractions Video
http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video id=152&title=Mrs _Burk   

General Math Resources - Interactive

http://www.shout.net/~mathman /

http://www.puremath.ca /

Number Cop

A+ Math
This site has plenty of activities and games to help beginning to intermediate math students improve their skills. Flash cards, concentration games, more.

AAA Math
Designed for grades K-8, this comprehensive math resource contains hundreds of pages of basic math skills and randomly-created interactive practice activities.

Ask Dr. Math
This is a huge resource of answers to math questions for elementary to college students. If you have a question not covered, you can ask Dr. Math!

Brain Bashers
Includes an interesting collection of math, logic, and language puzzles, games, and illusions, seperated into easy, medium and hard categories.

Brain Teasers
Brain Teasers presents a weekly word problem for 3 grade ranges; answers are given the following week. A section with past 'teasers' is also available.

Have fun while practicing your math through lots of cool games, activities, and animated demonstrations. Includes coloring pages for young kids, and helpful sections for teachers and parents.

Education 4 Kids
The math section of this site includes flashcards, math games and drills. Also includes sections which deal with time and money.

Escape from Knab
You've won a one-way ticket to the Planet Knab, but once you're there, you find that it isn't what you thought it would be. Get a good job, make wise financial decisions, and save enough to pay for the next rocket ship to Earth, or you might just be stuck on Knab forever!

Figure This!
Which shape holds the most popcorn? Can you combine the stamps to make $1.77? These are just a couple o f the problems you can ponder in this attractively designed collection of real-world math challenges. Updated regularly; includes resources for parents.

Math games for all ages. Games include Math Baseball, Power Football, Change Maker, Fresh Baked Fractions, Line Jumper, and Shape Surveyor.

Math.com offers a lot for everyone. Students can find homework help, puzzles, online calculators, and more... teachers can take advantage of lesson plans, classroom resources, and career resources... there's even a section for parents with lots of helpful information.

Math Advantage
Math activities and games for grades K-8. Some of the games require that you have the Shockwave plug-in.

Math Goodies
Lessons and exercises for a variety of math subjects. Includes calculators, puzzles, and MathChat message boards where you can ask questions and share ideas.

Math in Daily Life
Shows how math is used everyday through examples dealing with savings and credit, population growth, cooking, and other common situations.

Includes over 1,000 math word problems for grades 1 through 6, plus instructions on how you can use numbers to do magic.

PlaneMath Activities
Airplanes and flight are the subjects of this high-flying math site. Solve word problems, learn how kites stay up in the air, watch Shockwave animations to learn about people like Amelia Earhart, and even design your own airplane.

In the mood for a fun collection of games that might just teach you something at the same time? Practice your math skills in games like Lemonade Larry and Batter's Up Baseball. Also includes age-specific games like checkers, connect the dots, matching, word and maze games.

Rick's Math Web
Pre-kindergarden to high school students looking for a better understanding of math will find over 4,750 problems to help them improve their skills. Problems can be printed in worksheet form and tips and tricks are included for each area of study.


Readiing Resources

Grade 6
Verb Subject Agreement Game

Social Studies

Thanksgiving Resources
National Museum of the American Indian
Wisdom of the Elders

On This Day: Beyond the Headlines
http://www.findingdulcinea.com/news.topic__ss_categories_ss_on-this-day.html   ...features one historical event each day; includes what happened, what led up to it, what has happened since, and places the event in today's context including links to the best research on the subject

Grade 6
Ancient Mesopotamia
http://www.kidsgen.com/wonders of the world/hanging gardens.htm 

Grade 8

National Archives Experience [Macromedia Flash Player]
Af ter a dynamic introduction, visitors will be more than a bit intrigued by this new site created by the National Archives. Designed to give users the unique ability to create their own cache of historical documents and other ephemera, the site offers sections that include "Collect", "Backtrack", "Pathways", and "Create". The "Collect" section allows users to drag historical documents into their own collection profile and the "Backtrack" area keeps tabs on which items visitors have used so far during their exploration of the site. The "Pathways" area is quite fun, as it offers users a series of clues that reveals relationships between photographs, documents, and other records. Visitors can create their own "pathway" or take a look at the three provided here. With more than 1200 documents contained within the site, visitors will definitely want to plan several return visits.

American History - Growth of a Nation

"Chronicling America" offers teachers and students access to a remarkable database of primary American history sources -- nearly 700,000 pages of U.S. newspapers spanning the 19th and early 20th Century. A joint project of the Library of Congress and the National Endowment of the Humanities, the site has two search engines: one
looks for keywords within the archived pages, and a second lets users search for newspapers in the collection by state, publication years, and titles/subjects.

1492: A n Ongoing Voyage
Who lived in the Americas before 1492? How did contact with the Europeans affect them? What was Columbus really like? Find the answers to questions like these and many more at this Library of Congress site.

The 1900 House
Did you know that having a bathroom in your house in 1900 was something only the wealthy could afford? Take a tour of this 1900 house and see what home life was like through the eyes of a family who actually lived in it.

America's Story
Take a fun and educational look at the stories of America's past, brought to you by the Library of Congress, the largest library in the world.

At Home in the Heartland
Explore family life in Illinois from 1700 to the present. Real-life stories about the people who lived there give this site a very personal touch.

Collapse - Why do Civilizations Fall?
Throughout history, civilizations have gone through periods of growth and decline. This site explores the collapse of four ancient societies and lets you search for clues and come to your own conclusions as to why the Maya fell.

Color Me Egypt
A history of Egypt complete with pictures from a coloring contest, games, stories, poems, and more.

Daily Life in Ancient Civilizations
Life in ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, India and China. Includes lesson plans and information about other cultures.

The Firehouse Museum
A historic look at a large collection of fire-fighting equipment and memorabilia from across the United States and around the world.

The First Thanksgiving
This attractive site from Scholastic lets you "discover pilgrim life as if you were there." You can meet the passengers and crew of the Mayflower, see how the Pilgrims and Wampanoag lived, view a picture time line, play the Thanksgiving Cyber-Challenge, and more.

Greatest Engineering Achievements of the 20th Century
In 1900, life was a constant struggle. 100 years later, the world was a healthier, safer, and more productive place, due to the hard work of engineers and scientists. From electrification, to the automobile, to computers, learn how engineering has changed and improved our lives.

Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad
The history of Harriet Tubman, who led 300 slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad. Includes quiz, timeline, pictures and more.

The History of Labor Day
Over 100 years ago, the first Labor Day was observed. This PBS web site explains how the holiday was born, and how it's celebrated today.

The History of Thanksgiving
This History Channel site describes what the pilgrims may have really eaten at the "First Thanksgiving," and explores other myths. "Interviews" with pilgrims Myles Standish and Ellinor Billington are also included.

HyperHistory Online
People, history, events, and maps are presented through an easy-to-use graphical time-line. This excellent site contains over 1,600 files covering 3,000 years of world history.

The Library of Congress
Historic articles, documents, photographs, movies, maps and sound recordings. A great source for a look at America's history.

Mark Millmore's Ancient Egypt
Learn about the ancient pyramids, find out how to write your name using hieroglyphs, discover the secrets behind Egyptian mathematics, and more at this informative site.

Maya Adventure
Highlights science activities and information related to ancient and modern Maya culture. Interactive 'Start Your Adventure' activity.

This fascinating site chronicles the history of the Mayflower and its journey to Cape Cod. It contains historical information on the "first" Thanksgiving, Pilgrim religious beliefs, and even criminal histories of some Pilgrims.

National Women's History Project
Learn about National Women's History Month, test your Women's History I.Q., and check out the many included links where you can learn more about women in history.

Odyssey Online
Explores ancient Near Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, and Roman cultures. Includes museum objects, puzzles, games, worksheets, more.

Plimoth Plantation
A living history museum set in 1627 where you can learn about how the Pilgrims lived, their voyage to the New World, the first Thanksgiving, and much more.

Pyramids - The Inside Story
Who built the Pyramids? How old are they? You can get answers to questions like these and explore the Pyramids of Egypt at this excellent PBS/NOVA site. Some sections of the site require the QuickTime plug-in .

The Real Story of the Ancient Olympic Games
How closely do we recreate the atmosphere of the original Olympic games in our Olympics today? Were the ancient games better than ours? More about sports and less about money? More fair and square? Visit this site and decide for yourself!

The Revolutionaries
Silicon Valley, (home of KidSites.com!), is a well-known oasis of technical innovation. This site interviews such famous 'overachievers' such as Steve Wozniak (Apple), Nolan Bushnell (Atari), and 16 others, to find out how they turned their budding ideas into reality, changing the world for the rest of us in the process.

Selected Civil War Photographs
A historic time line of the American Civil War is illustrated by an outstanding collection of 1,118 photographs taken between 1861 and 1865.

The Seven Wonders of the World
Take a virtual tour of the seven wonders of the world and and learn about The Temple of Artemis, The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, The Great Pyramid, The Lighthouse of Alexandria plus three others.

Triumph of the Nerds
Take a look at the history of computers and some of the "nerds" who contributed to their existence, play a game of "Guess the Computer" to see how much nerd potential you have, read the detailed transcripts from the TV program that this site is based on, and more.


Thank you to the Mason Learning Center for contributing this excellent website on the history of the telephone.
Innovation Timeline: The Phone

Earth Science - They Dynamic Earth
Includes videso and interactives - excellent resource

Updated daily, this simple site ( apod.nasa.gov /apod ) features an amazing astronomy picture along with a brief explanation provided by a professional astronomer. The site is coordinated and maintained by two astronomers, Robert Nemiroff and Jerry Bonnell. Visit the Astronomy Picture Of The Day archives to see every daily picture that dates back to June 16, 1995.

Interactive Solar System http://www.gunn.co.nz/astrotour/?data=tours/retrograde.xml
The site allows the teacher or student to control how they are viewing the solar system. Users can touch and drag to move things around and they have a complete set of controls to change scale, speed of orbits (passing of time), or planetary object to follow. For example, if you follow the Sun, the Sun is stationary and it shows the other planets orbiting the Sun. If you  follow the Earth, then it shows the other planetary objects with a stationary Earth.

The Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge gives students the opportunity, tools and inspiration to become those agents of change. Beginning in fall 2008 through March 15, 2009, middle school student teams from across the country will be challenged to create sustainable, reproducible environmental improvements in their local communities.
Molecular Movies: A Portal to Cell & Molecular Animation [Quick Time]

Video on the rock cycle

Tornado Project
It's that time of year again: graduations, weddings, baseball games . . . tornadoes. This powerful weather phenomenon is the subject of this site ( www.tornadoproject.com ). Because of the danger they pose to so many (and because they're a simply fascinating side of nature), it's good to know as much as you possibly can about them. This site looks at tornadoes from a number of perspectives. Along with facts and figures, this site also has stories of real-life experiences with tornadoes. And it also, of course, covers basic tornado safety in great detail. But tornadoes do have their quirky side, revealed in the Oddities section. What these wonders of nature can do will amaze you .

International Space Station: An Interactive Reference Guide [Macromedia Flash Player]
http://www.nasa.gov/externalflash/ISSRG/index.htm NASA can really put together a website, and the dramatic visual and audio introduction to their online interactive guide to the world of the International Space Station (ISS) is worth sitting back and watching in its entirety.

The WorldWide Telescope (WWT) is a Web 2.0 visualization software environment that enables your computer to function as a virtual telescope—bringing together imagery from the best ground and space-based telescopes in the world for a seamless exploration of the universe
WorldWide Telescope   http://www.worldwidetelescope.org/

Rock Cycle Video

I Love Bacteria
If biology was your favorite subject in school or you would just like to find out more about these interesting microbes, you'll find almost anything you're looking for at ilovebacteria.com ( ilovebacteria.com ). Maybe you love science or are thinking of pursuing a science-related career. This site is a great place to start and to discover some really fascinating bits of scientific information. There are fun facts, experiments in growing crystals and extracting DNA, scientific explanations, and information on getting into the science field. It's all with the purpose of showing how much fun science can be and why you should give it a try.

Amusement Park Physics
Explores how the laws of physics play a role in the design of amusement park rides. Design a roller coaster, determine the outcome of bumper car collisions, and more.

Ask Dr. Universe
How do chameleons change color? When was the light bulb invented? Why can't cats and dogs be friends? Want to know the answers to these and hundreds of other questions? Then just ask Dr. Universe, the world's most curious cat!

Beyond 2000
What will the next thousand years hold in store for us? See what futurists are predicting and give predictions of your own.

Brainpop is a really cool and unique site full of animated health and science movies, and fun quizzes.

Bill Nye the Science Guy
Learn about Bill Nye the Science Guy and his show, choose from 40 'Home Demos' you can try, watch video clips, and more.

Color Matters
Budding artists and anyone interested in color will want to see how color affects our mind and body, its use in design and art, plus lots more. Explains additive and subtractive color systems, how the eye sees colors, and how other cultures view and use colors.

Cool Science for Curious Kids
Includes five interactive activities for kids. From the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Dr. Bob's Interesting Science Stuff
Investigate interesting (hence the name) and unusual scientific topics. Includes 'Ask Dr. Bob' and 'Did You Know' sections.

Exploring Leonardo
Learn about Leonardo da Vinci, his futuristic inventions, and unique way of looking at the world at this attractive site.

Extreme Science
Where is the deepest spot in the ocean? Which creature is the strongest? Want to know what the fastest land animal is? Take a look at this site for answers to these and other scientific record-breakers!

FT Exploring
A fun-filled science site that explores energy and other basic scientific principles. Topics include sections on "super bugs", photosynthesis, marine science, and more. Know-it-all tortoise, Dr. Galapagos provides humorous and insightful answers to science questions.

At Funology, science is all about having fun! But that's not all. Besides fun facts and experiments you can perform, you'll also find crafts, recipes, magic tricks, jokes, and a whole lot more.

Greatest Engineering Achievements of the 20th Century
In 1900, life was a constant struggle. 100 years later, the world was a healthier, safer, and more productive place, due to the hard work of engineers and scientists. From electrification, to the automobile, to computers, learn how engineering has changed and improved our lives.

How Stuff Works
Curious about what makes things tick? How Stuff Works brings you hundreds of articles that cover a wide range of subjects like 3-D graphics, animals, video games, engines, roller coasters, toys, electricity, computers, and much more. (For a "huge list" of every article on the site, click here .)

Human Anatomy Online
Take a tour of the human body. This site offers a fun, interactive way to learn about skeletal, digestive, muscular, and other body systems.

Infrared Zoo
The Infrared Zoo shows what animals look like in a whole different light. See what birds, reptiles, and mammals look like in the infrared, and learn how animals use fur, blubber, and feathers to insulate themselves.

Planetpals Earthzone
Join Earthman, Sunnyray, Fluffy, and the rest of the Planetpals gang to learn all about our planet, weather, and ways you can recycle and conserve the earth's resources. You'll also find sections with crafts you can make, games, coloring pages, and lots of other fun stuff. Like the Planetpals say, "a friend for earth is a friend for life!"

Popular Science
You'll always find plenty of cool and interesting things to read at Popular Science Magazine's web site. Articles on science, space, the Internet, computers, and more are all here to help keep you informed of the latest advances in technology.

Have fun with puzzles and activities, look at illusions, visit a dinosaur exhibit and StarLab. Sections for Grown-ups and Teachers too. Some sections require Shockwave and other plug-ins.

The Revolutionaries
Silicon Valley, (home of KidSites.com!), is a well-known oasis of technical innovation. This site interviews such famous 'overachievers' such as Steve Wozniak (Apple), Nolan Bushnell (Atari), and 16 others, to find out how they turned their budding ideas into reality, changing the world for the rest of us in the process.

Robot Constructor
Construct a virtual robot and use it to collect golden cubes scattered around a variety of hostile zones. Each zone requires a robot with different skills, so choose its power supply, sensors, material and mobile abilities carefully.

The Rudiments of Wisdom Encyclopedia
Includes thousands of cartoons covering almost anything you'd like to know! Originally drawn over a period of 14 years for the Observer newspaper, you'll find information on animals, art, entertainment, music, science, sports and 16 other subjects.

The Science Explorer
Using common household items, make a salt volcano, a roto-coptor, or one of over 25 other projects at this nice site.

Time for Kids
Do you have a nose for news? Time Magazine's site for kids has science, entertainment, and world news, along with research and homework help, places to explore, online games, and more!

Science Made Simple
Simple answers to common science questions, plus fun science projects, experiments, and science news.

The Science of Hockey
Join the Exploratorium and San Jose Sharks as they explain the science behind the equipment used in the game, how to slap a puck 100 miles per hour, how players stay in shape, and more.

Learn about our solar system, take a star tour, see how gravity and inertia work, play a fun lunar lander game, and more at this site by the makers of CoolMath.com.

Sea and Sky
Take your pick and explore the beauty of the sea, or the wonders of the universe. Sea and Sky is an incredible resource, providing extensive information on the mysteries of each in amazing detail.

Skateboard Science
See how skateboards are made and learn about the science behind how tricks like the ollie are done. Includes videos plus a skateboarding glossary.

Strange Science
Scientists didn't always get things quite right and this site shows some of the blunders they made in their quest for knowledge. Included is a timeline of significant historical and scientific events, biographies of noted scientists and artists, and resources you can use to learn more.

Triumph of the Nerds
Take a look at the history of computers and some of the "nerds" who contributed to their existence, play a game of "Guess the Computer" to see how much nerd potential you have, read the detailed transcripts from the TV program that this site is based on, and more.

Learn how volcanoes form, see what happens when a volcano erupts, and find out what scientists are doing to better understand and predict when a volcano will erupt.

Volcano World
Lots of interesting information about volcanoes including those currently erupting, volcanoes on other planets, and volcano images and video clips.

Your Weight On Other Worlds
Did you know that a person who weighs 120 pounds on earth, would weigh just 8 pounds on Pluto? Enter your weight at this site and you'll be able to see how much you would weigh on 16 other planets, moons, or even stars!

Interactive web site - Parts of the Heart

Interactive Science Resources

Learn Genetics - interactive resources on Cells, DNA, Genetics


All Subjects

PowerPoint Presentation, Interactive web sites on all subject areas. This is a fantastic resource.

An excellent group of resources on a number of subject areas:
http://www.hatboro-horsham.org/4067_4299184530/site/default.asp ?

Interactive Flash Cards
This interactive web site has many different versions of flash cards. The students will love the bug catcher. I tried it out with American History. There are many different subjects and you can input your own information.
This one is strictly flash cards and you have to join. But it is easy to join and you can use their database or create your own.
This one you also have to register for, but in addition to their database, you can upload your own questions/terms with pictures and audio.
This one does not require registration. This site has some very good interactive type games. Very good site.

And, don't forget Spelling City where you may enter your own words.   http://www.spellingcity.com/

African American History Websites



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Ask Kids


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Hubble Telescope


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Art and Music


The @rt Room
Includes art projects, an online exhibition area, historical art facts and trivia, what it means to think like an artist and more.

A. Pintura: Art Detective
Become a detective and identify the artist of a mystery painting. Teaches the concepts of composition, style and subject needed to solve the puzzle.

The Age of Enlightenment
This French art exhibit discusses the history of french paintings during the 18th century. Includes an index of artists.

The Animation Learner's Site
A nice collection of tutorials which will give you a good head start on learning how to draw and animate like the pros.

Art Express
Contains a nice variety of fun and educational artistic activities for grades 1 through 5. Some activities require that you have the Shockwave plug-in.

Awesome Clipart for Kids
Need some clipart for your web site? Here's an awesome collection you can choose from created by 12-year old Tom Brown and his family. You'll find weird aliens, cute animals, dogs, cats, robots, and more, plus links to other clipart web sites as well. Nice job, Tom (and family)!

Cartoon Critters
Offers dozens of cartoons to print and color, and coloring books with pictures that you can color online. Also includes graphic step-by-step instructions on how to draw cartoons, online games you can play, and crafts.

Color Matters
Budding artists and anyone interested in color will want to see how color affects our mind and body, its use in design and art, plus lots more. Explains additive and subtractive color systems, how the eye sees colors, and how other cultures view and use colors.

Create A Creature
Learn how to draw a silly creature by following step-by-step illustrations. Created by cartoonist Aaron Riddle, a new creature will be featured each week, along with a new drawing tip. Submit your own creature, and it could show up on the web site!

Exposure - A Beginners G uide to Photography
Take a quick course in photography, learn a few tips on how to jazz up your photos, or use the Sim-Cam to learn how exposure and depth of field work.

Haring Kids
Artist Keith Haring was devoted to kids. At this site, he shares his vision of art with them and inspires them to discover their own creative side. Activities include games, puzzles, pictures to color, stories and more. Lesson plans for each section are available to teachers.

Inside Art
A game which explores a painting from the inside out. You 'escape' from the painting after answering ' Who? / What? / Where? / How? ' questions.

You'll find lots of great ideas for quality art and craft projects at KinderArt. Be sure to check out the sections for younger children, and seasonal crafts too!

Kodak: Taking Great Pictures
Kodak offers a wealth of information on ways you can improve the artistic quality of the pictures you take while helping you understand the technical issues of photography as well. Highly recommended for the serious beginner to intermediate photographer.

Krannert Art Museum
View the permanent art exhibit currently shown at the Krannert Museum in Illinois. Includes many different types of art from around the world.

Learn How to Draw with Gary Harbo
If you want to learn to draw cartoons, take a look at this site from children's book author and illustrator, Gary Harbo. Each month you'll find a new cartoon that you can draw by following 10 easy steps.

Dazzle your friends with your brilliant artistic abilities! Draw with "light" with this online version of the popular art toy, Lite-Brite.

Making Oatmeal Box Pinhole Cameras
Easy to understand, detailed instructions show you how to make a pinhole camera out of a common Quaker Oats oatmeal box.

Mark Kistler's Imagination Station
Nice tutorials teach you how to draw cartoon-type characters with the illusion of depth using step-by-step illustrations.

Metropolitan Museum of Art - Explore & Learn
Includes art games like "What is it?", activities, interviews, stories, art in the classroom, a FAQ about the museum, and more.

The Pinhole Gallery
This site's strength is its gallery section which displays the work of over 300 pinhole camera artists. You'll also find instructions on how to make a pinhole camera and a section on exposure guides.

The Rudiments of Wisdom Encyclopedia
Includes thousands of cartoons covering almost anything you'd like to know! Originally drawn over a period of 14 years for the Observer newspaper, you'll find information on animals, art, entertainment, music, science, sports and 16 other subjects.

Artsy's mission is to make all the world’s art accessible to anyone.

Artsy features the world’s leading galleries, museum collections, foundations, artist estates, art fairs, and benefit auctions, all in one place. Our growing database of 800,000 images of art, architecture, and design by 70,000 artists spans historical, modern, and contemporary works, and includes the largest online database of contemporary art. Artsy is used by art lovers, museum-goers, patrons, collectors, students, and educators to discover, learn about, and collect art.

Artsy's Keith Haring page provides visitors with Haring's bio, over 500 of his works, exclusive articles, and up-to-date Haring exhibition listings. The page also includes related artists and categories, allowing viewers to discover art beyond our Haring page.




Classical Music Archives
Resource of 6,900 classical music files in MIDI format from 525 Composers. Search for a composer or play a random song.

Creating Music
This site lets kids easily create and experiment with music and rhythm by drawing their compositions on a "Musical Sketch Pad". Also includes musical puzzles which challenge users to put melodies in the correct order, and other fun activities.

Disney and Children MIDI Page
Includes MIDI songs from a number of Disney movies plus tunes played at the Disney theme parks. (not affiliated with Disney)

Guitar Lesson World
50 step-by-step lessons show you what you need to know to play the guitar. Also contains helpful information on what to look for when buying a guitar, useful quick-reference charts, and much more.

Hop Pop Town
At this site for 3 to 10 year old kids, there are fun sounds to be played and simple stories to be made! Children can choose from 6 activities like 'Sounds of the Street', where they can improvise and record musical sequences.

Introduction to Reading Music
Presents an introduction to the most important topics related to reading music in a very easy to understand way.

Juice Bottle Jingles
Fill a bunch of bottles with different amounts of water and what have you got? (Hint: Tap them to find out!) Play a song by tapping the bottles online, or follow the instructions for filling your own bottles at home.

Learn A bout Instruments
Listen to and learn about instruments in the string, woodwind, brass and percussion families.

Music Genre Sampler
Learn about and hear samples of the more popular musical genres like jazz, rock, classical, reggae, celtic, country, and blues.

Play M usic
Learn about and listen to instruments in the string, woodwind, brass and percussion families. Includes Shockwave games.

Teletubbies - Musical Voice Trumpets
In this easy to play musical game, your child can move the mouse over a Voice Trumpet and click the mouse button to make it play. Requires Shockwave.

Hanukkah Videos
Pennwood Middle School
1523 Makefield Road
Yardley, PA 19067-3199
Telephone: 215-428-4237
Mission Statement
Recognizing our proud traditions and diverse community,
the Pennsbury School District prepares all students to become creative,
ethical, and critical thinkers for lifelong success in a global society.
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