All Science Fair Projects—This site offers hundreds of science fair projects with complete instructions for students of all levels. There are ideas for every science topic, from astronomy to zoology. This site also contains links to other useful websites to assist with science projects, fairs, and experiment preparation.
American Heritage Dictionary—More than 90,000 entries feature 10,000 new words and senses; 70,000 audio word pronunciations; 900 full-page color illustrations; language notes; and word-root appendixes.
Citation Machine—This site helps students properly credit the information that they use.
Columbia Encyclopedia—This site contains nearly 51,000 entries (marshalling 6.5 million words on a vast range of topics) with more than 80,000 hypertext cross-references.
OnlineConversion—This conversion tool converts just about anything to anything else with more than 5,000 units and 50,000 conversions.
Core Content Vocabulary—Vocabulary that students must know in order to achieve proficiency on state assessments
Dictionary Link—An online dictionary, thesaurus, translation tool, and crossword solver
Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body—Information about and illustrations of the human body
Study Island—Use Study Island to work on your lessons in reading and math. Remember to finish all your exercises, think through your answers on your own, and enjoy yourself!
SuccessMaker—Use SuccessMaker Reading/Math to practice your skills and raise your course level. Remember to try your best, work for the full session, answer the questions on your own, and have fun!
Internet Public Library (IPL)—A consortium of colleges and universities with programs in information science is developing and maintaining the Internet Public Library (IPL).
TypingTest—A timed typing test to check your keyboarding skills
YourDictionary—Multiple dictionary search engines and databases
netTrekker—An Internet search engine that provides safe educator-selected resources
Kentucky Virtual Library—Access to quality library and information resources
Roget's II Thesaurus—More than 260,000 synonyms and cross-references in an easy-to-use format, this thesaurus features succinct definitions and an innovative hyperlinked category index.
Science Fair Central—Investigate links with everything from soup to nuts, project ideas, and books as well as a searchable database with more than 300 science fair questions.
Cool-Science-Projects—This site delivers with science project guides, tips, and examples for students of all ages.
World Factbook—The U.S. government's complete geographical handbook, featuring 267 full-color maps and flags of all nations. Each country profile tracks such demographics as population, ethnicity, and literacy rates as well as political, geographical, and economic data.
Webopedia—An online dictionary and search engine for computer and Internet technology definitions