Tox Mystery Sometimes "The Nanny State" can be creative, if a bit out-of-touch. In "Tox-Mystery," presented by The National Institute of Health's Department of health and Human Services, users enter a large suburban colonial (not too common in the inner-city) to discover "Toxie,"
Kids love mysteries and this lesson plan from ReadWriteThink capitalizes on that attraction.
Use this game based on a painting by 19th century American painter Winslow Homer to learn not only about his art, but also about sports.
Frogs, A Chorus of Colors Based on an extremely popular exhibit at New York City's American Museum of Natural History, this in-depth multimedia site presents information about the reproduction, adaptations, and ecosystems of a variety of frogs while highlighting their distinct differences in