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BBC iReporter is a browser-based, choose-your-own-adventure game where you experience your first day on the job on the news agency's social media team.
Quizlet is an online database of nearly 300 million study sets created by students and teachers.
Choosing the right 3D printer can be difficult with so many choices on the market.
GameSalad lets kids create custom games in a visual, rule-based coding system, so there's no need to know any coding language.
National Geographic Kids provides a great many high-quality visual learning tools.
Read about the rhetorical touches Thomas Paine employed in this pamphlet which galvanized colonial thought about breaking away from Mother England.
YourCommonwealth is an international site created by young people for young people who are interested in addressing global concerns such as injustice, poverty, and the environment.
National Geographic's Open Explorer site is a digital field journal where explorers of the world (or just their backyard) create and go on expeditions and share their stories along the way.
Check out the etchings, lithographs and woodcuts featured in the virtual exhibition from Georgetown University's collection.
Nimbus Note is a digital notebook and web clipper where teachers and students can organize information from a variety of personal, shared, and online content.
Animated parts-of-speech app enlivens grammar lessons
The telescope will soon be retired and replaced by a newer, more powerful telescope.
Lalilo is a web-based literacy app for K-2 teachers.
The Mars Student Imaging Project is an online curriculum that emphasizes planetary science to get kids engaged in the imaging work of NASA scientists.
The Pack - NYSCI is a coding/algorithm puzzler in the form of a game where players take care of and expand an ecosystem.
Algo Bot is a game where players solve basic puzzles through arranging sequences of commands.