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This is an effective and interactive site that has students working with matching exercises and virtual flashcards in... see more

This appears to be a clearinghouse of informational materials/resources for teachers.

This search engine donates money to a specified (by you) school or charity according to the number of web searches you... see more

Solid website for software that services the needs of people with disabilities. This site is full of software for sale.

From Education World, a collection of trash and recycling websites and lesson plan ideas.

Green Planet Films is a non-profit distributor of nature and environmental DVDs from around the globe. We promote... see more

The PBS Teachers Site as listed a number of websites and lesson possibilities here.

This is "the other" Cassini website. Check out the incredible images and newsfeeds. This website is designed in an easy... see more

The lesson at this site provides an investigation into the binary number system. May be advanced for some... see more

Nice virtual introduction to stars and what they're made of. Enjoy! This lesson is definetely a primary level lesson... see more

This is a collection of submitted materials via the GRC. Enjoy the numerous links!

This is an interactive site where students can ask Dr. Marc all of their science questions!

Teaching mathematics within a science framework can be both the motivating and the informative keys to delivering a... see more

This program lets you study how the properties of the atmosphere change with altitude. You can study the atmosphere of... see more

This virtual storybook is a virtual review of the successful Deep Impact Mission. Enjoy the read!

This site has stories and interactive games that apply to comets and the Stardust mission.

A team of master teachers, university faculty, and NASA researchers have created a series of web-based astronomy and... see more

From July 16 through July 22, 1994, pieces of an object designated as Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9 collided with Jupiter.... see more

This is a great activity as well. It finds students cooking with the heat from the sun. You will need adult helpers.

This is a reference site for coronal mass ejections.

Scroll down to find video and click "Watch Now." Learn about those intriguing asteroids and comets, and how JPL... see more

The Digital Tectonic Activity Map (DTAM) is a new visualization tool for both researcher and educator alike to better... see more

EngineSim was developed at the NASA Glenn Research Center in an effort to foster hands-on, inquiry-based learning in... see more

This virtual storybook highlights the accomplishments of the X43-A Jet. It's a cool activity for a rainy day... see more