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Type in your question and this will pull up links to websites where you can find the answer.
Provides information and help (including help with homework) targetted for kids.
Search 30,000+ biographies at
Immediate conversion of units, by Digital Dutch (very extensive)
Look up words in the distionary ot Thesauraus. Links to dictionaries in other languages, and language resources such as grammar, usage and style etc.
Boasts more than 50,000 articles from the Columbia Encyclopedia. Britannica-online costs US$5 per month; this one is FREE.
Offers a fun anatomy lesson for kids of all ages. Just click on the body parts you want to learn about.
With a library of over 2,700 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and 268 practice exercises, we're on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.
Offers free tutoring and has a wealth of other educational resources for kids in the English-speaking community. Has many resources available to the genersl public, including information on kinderten readiness, the provincial curriculum in all subject areas, local and online education resources and more.
Ask. Dr. Math any math question from kindergarten to grade 12. There's also a mathematics library, an archive of common questions and sections on geometry, algebra, trigonometry and calculus.
Offers help on how to write a research paper.
A handy online scientific calculator.
Planets and the solar system are the focus here. This site takes you on an awesome multimedia tour that includes history and mythology.
For those examining ancient cultures. Look at the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, from the Great Pyramid of Giza to the Lighthouse of Alexandria. Each architectural feat is described in clear languange.
The 20th century has provided spectacular advances in design, engineering and construction that have allowed humanity to create an array of monumental structures. The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), with help from experts around the world, selected these wonders: the Empire State building, the Itaipu Dam, the CN Tower, the Panama Canal, the Channel Tunnel, the North Sea Protection Works, and the Golden Gate Bridge. These wonders embody an abundance of human ingenuity, thus showcasing humankind's ability to dream, plan, and achieve on a colossal, mind-boggling scale. Man has an incredible ability to make the impossible, possible.

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