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VirtuaLit Interactive Poetry Tutorial

Covers the elements of poetry, cultural contexts for poetry, and critical approaches to poetry. 

English for Middle School Students

Find advice and tools for writing reports and essays on this site for students in grades 6-8.

A+ Research & Writing

Follow this simple step-by-step plan to write an A+ paper!

Chronicles of Narnia

Explore the world of Narnia and learn author C. S. Lewis and how he came to imagine and write this fictional tale.

Common Errors in English

Offers a compilation of nearly 300 common errors in American English.

Fallacies: Mistakes in the Logic of Arguments

Learn about common logical fallacies and how to avoid them.

French Steps: BBC Languages

Use this tutorial to hear and read basic French and learn about life in France.

Frequently Asked Questions about MLA Style

Learn answers to common questions about correctly using MLA style for references in research assignments.

Guide to Grammar and Writing

Find answers to all your grammar and writing questions.

The Norton Anthology of English Literature

Explore English literature and culture by author or time period in this online companion to the Norton Anthology.

Poetry 180

Listen or read a poem every day for the entire school year. Also learn how to read a poem out loud.

Shakespeare's Works

Shakespeare's works online plus various Shakespeare related articles are presented.


Synthesis: Using the Work of Others

This site provides an extensive guide to plagiarism and how to avoid it through proper citation.

Today in Literature: Great Stories, People, Books & Events in Literary History

View an original biographical story each calendar day about great writers, books, and events in literary history.


Units of Measurement

Defines a huge variety of measurements and offers interesting commentary on measuring and measurements. 

Contains calculus animations, sample exams and links to online resources.

Ask a Scientist Archive: Math

What is the origin of plus/minus? How do you find square roots? What is a googleplex? Find the answers to these and other questions on this site about mathematics.

BasketMath Interactive

Practice math skills and watch a basketball player dunk the ball and score for each correct answer!

Exercises in Math Readiness

Find learning units on algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and other math topics.

Figure This: Challenges

Problems with word problems? Practicing solving real-life problems using math skills.

Fractions, Decimals, Percents

This one-page lesson explains fractions, decimals and percents with examples.


Geometry Online

Learn the history of geometry, experiment with volume, take an SAT-style quiz and more.


This interactive mathematics encyclopedia is very handy for those looking for a definition or an illustrative example.

Math in Daily Life

Learn how math can help you in daily life in situations such as savings accounts, credit card debt, home decoration, cooking, and automobile leasing.

Scientific Calculator

Perform all your math calculations on this virtual calculator.

Statistics: Cast Your Vote!

Learn to interpret and critique statistics through a fictitious mayoral election.

Villainy, Inc.: Thwarting World Supremacy Through Mathematics

Become an undercover agent and use your math skills to thwart the evil Dr. Wick, ID and his plan to take over the world.

 Scientific Inquiry and Technique

Learn how scientific experimentation works. 


Explore the Nervous System � Learn about the nervous system�brain, spinal cord, peripheral nervous system, neurons and sensory systems--through information, questions and answers, news, experiments, activities and games.


Atoms Family

Experience activities and experiments on a wide range of physics including topics such as energy conservation, light, electricity, atoms, energy transfer, and more.


Basic Genetics

Explore basic concepts in genetics and try hands-on and online activities and experiments.


Chemicool Periodic Table

View or search the entire periodic table of the elements on this site.


Cool Careers in Science

Check out why these scientists enjoy their work, what they do everyday, and how they came to choose their work.



Learn all about the planets in our solar system.


DNA Interactive

Discover how DNA science has transformed genetics and biology.


Edison Invents

Discover how the inventions of Thomas Alva Edison changed our world.



Overcome your fear of physics by investigating physics concepts like the Doppler Effect, Einstein's Theory of Relativity, friction, and others with animations and experiments you can do.


ScienCentral News

Provides the latest news in medicine, technology, and the environment.


Science Fair Central

Don't miss this ultimate guide for science fair projects.


Science Lab

This site offers virtual experiments and science projects to help students aged 10 and up learn about the Doppler Effect, viscosity, friction, buoyancy and more.


Scientists and Philosophers

Discover the people who made science history from ancient to modern times.



Neuroscience for Kids
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