Story of the Universe The story of the universe is told in this engaging site by the European Space Agency. The history of European space science is timelined with dates ranging from 1066 to present day. The birth of galaxies, the big bang, and the beginnings of life on Earth are all discussed here.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights Your students will enjoy, perhaps too much, these animated videos that review the key articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). The beat of the "cool' soundtrack could be a problem for the more-easily-distracted student. Also it would have
Universal Leonado: Play This unique Webby award winning site uses Leonardo daVinci's classic works to help students learn things like physics, biology, mathematics, and more. The "Play" section of the site offers a series of interactive excercises with intriguing titles like "Make the Mona Lisa
Windows to the Universe Windows to the Universe has developed an interactive site about the earth and space sciences. Content includes information on our planet, the solar system, the universe, myths associated with space, space missions, famous people, and much more. Content can be accessed by ability
A Virtual Journey into the Universe You'll think you're really in the cockpit of a space ship as you explore space in this awesome site from the Thinkquest library. You can explore each planet, find out about its surface or interior, discover information about its satellites, or perform some interactive