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Your Weight on Other Worlds

Activity allows Earthlings to calculate their weights on other planets. You type in your weight, in whatever unit you wish, and your weight in that unit is calculated for all the planets and a number of other celestial bodies, such

Use Google Earth to Search Your World

Tip: Google Earth is a Geo Browser providing you a new way to search your world. The navigation controls in the top right corner of the 3D viewer allow a user to zoom, pan, tilt, and otherwise manipulate the image on screen. They're pretty intuitive, so try them out for yourself as you read the

Google Earth: Small World, Your World, Our World

Google Earth: Small World, Your World, Our World From Apple's learning Interchange comes "Google Earth: Small World, Your World, Our World," an incredibly full-bodied set of resources for using the amazing capabilities of Google Earth with your students. The site offers fascinating looks at how

Learning Activities

Learning Activities From Canada comes a fascinating site that both teaches and intrigues. Does da Vinci's "Vitruvian Theory" (armspan = body height) apply to your students? Do math-lovers excel at game-playing? How do students manage to fritter away their day? The site will show students how to

Sands of the World

Name: Sands of the World Brief Description of the Site: This site means just that. There is an inviting graphic that asks the site visitor to identify an image. One can choose the "Hint" or go right to the "Show Me the Answer" for those who simply can't wait to find out. The sounds of waves lapping at the shore

Where in the World is...?

Tip: Those who use Google Earth discover that the world is smaller than they think. The program combines satellite images, maps and the power of Google Search to put the world at your fingertips. The free version lets you. Type in an address and zoom right in. Fly from space to your neighborhood. Search