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US Military Directorate of Time -- provides a resource to develop activities for upper-level elementary students to calculate the current time in various world time zones.
Life Over Time Activities
-- provides sample activities from the Field Museum in Chicago for elementary school
students, including reference sections and resource listings for more activities.
Animal Tracks -- from the publishers (National Wildlife Federation) of Ranger Rick and Your Big Backyard, this site contains information and games developed for upper-level elementary students.
Dragonfly -- web site dedicated to promoting scientific investigations by elementary students.
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) -- hundreds of resources for K-12 students, educators, and parents.
Ask an Expert -- searchable collection of answered questions and resources to e-mail questions to an expert. Great site to use with K-12 students as an Internet activity.
SchoolNet Digital Connections -- an incredible digital collection of images, informational resources, historical accounts, and cultural artifacts. Excellent web site for upper level elementary and secondary students and educators.
California Heritage Collection -- provides an online archive of over 28,000 images illustrating California's history and culture from the collections of the Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley.
School Librarian Emergency Sites -- a wonderful set of links, categorized and annotated, designed to provide resources for the School Library Media Specialist.
The Adventures of Cyberbee--guides teachers on Internet adventures.
Creative Classroom Online--provides creative resources and interactive features for K-6 teachers.
Telis--a non-profit education foundation providing quality electronic learning resources.
All Tracks--A good starting point for K-1 sites.
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