http://www.ash.udel.edu/ash/index.html Check out the exhibit hall, play some challenging games, or get help with your homework.
http://www.eplay.com/homework/ Click on your grade level and learn with the eBUGS for help with language arts, math, geography, history, or science.
http://www.wvptv.wvnet.edu/homework/ Interactive television program that helps students with their math and science homework. Also has great on-line resources for common homework questions.
http://www.discovery.com/stories/skinnyon/skinnyon.html Regular column by writer Hannah Holmes on Discovery Online with answers to nagging questions like why there's no channel 1 on a TV, and why pizza makes you thirsty.
http://www.gomath.com/ Tutors are waiting here to answer with your Math questions.
http://forum.swarthmore.edu/dr.math/ Math questions answered!
http://www.wsu.edu/DrUniverse/ Every week, this cat answers a new question on topics ranging from beans to money to wildflowers.
http://www.answers4free.com/ Search Who, What, Where, When, and How questions and answers. If yours isn't there, submit it and have it researched.
http://njnie.dl.stevens-tech.edu/curriculum/aska.html Get answers to questions about science, math, movies and more.
http://www.grammarlady.com/ Find answers to most of your English grammar questions. If you can't find the answer you seek, you can also post your question for the Grammar Lady.
http://www.ala.org/ICONN/AskKC.html Need help with your homework? A school librarian will get back to you within two days. Send an e-mail now!
http://www.helpresource.com/homework_help.htm Contains homework links for a variety of subjects and grade levels.
http://www.albedo.net/~arvic/homework.html Includes links to sites on language arts, math, science, history, and geography.
http://www.homeworkheaven.com/ Links to sites categorized by subject to assist with school projects.
http://www.seaworld.org/animal_bytes/animal_bytes.html Quickly find information about some of the unique creatures found in the animal kingdom. Includes scientific classification, fun facts, and biological value.
http://www.d91.k12.id.us/www/skyline/teachers/robertsd/skulls.htm Contains pictures of skulls of animals of all classes.
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/animalmind/ Articles and audio and video clips highlight this exploration of animal intelligence, emotions, and consciousness.
http://www.georgetown.edu/cball/animals/ Explores the way that different languages represent animal sounds.
http://www.primenet.com/~brendel/ Pictures and descriptions of the Felidae (cats), Canidae (dogs), Ursidae (bears) and more.
http://www.neosoft.com/neopolis/zoo/default.html Provides links to a variety of animals with pictures, sounds, and games.
http://members.aol.com/dinarda/ant/index.htm -- Myrmecology: the science about ants. Everything you would want to know about ants.
http://www.nationalgeography.com/features/97/tarantulas.html -- Tarantulas. learn about anatomy, life cycle, diversity of tarantulas from National Geographic.
http://www.mindspring.com/~zoonet/ -- List of zoos, museums etc related to animals. Great starting resource for animal reports
Space pictures, movies, animations, links, and more.
http://www.seasky.org/ Explore the splendors of the sea and the wonders of the universe through information, images, sounds, links, and interactive games.
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/features/97/stars/index.html Journey through the stars with National Geographic. Includes a Star Chart with overlays of images from the Hubble Telescope.
http://hubble.stsci.edu/steiner/ A multimedia foray into the mysteries of the universe.
http://www.howstuffworks.com -- articles and animated diagrams on how everyday things work. Could be much fun for kids of all ages.
http://www.hhmi.org/coolscience -- Activities adapted from some of the country's best children's and science museums. Could be a good combination site with the "How Stuff Works" site.
http://www.capecod.net/schrockguide/ -- Home page for Bill Nye, the Science Guy.
-- Quick facts about rain forests and links to info on the Amazon
basin, a National Geographic site.
http://school.discovery.com/schrockguide/ Kathy Schrock's new home page on Discovery. The sites listed below are all linked to this page. A great place for the family to start searching for fun family activities in math, science and other areas.
http://school.discovery.com/schrockguide/math.html Kathyh's math link page. Numerous links to good sites math and some science
http://www.eduplace.com/math Nice site with weekly brainteasers by grades 3-4, 5-6, 7+
http://www.edu4kids.com/math/ Flash cards for kids. Will you take the challenge?