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Team Building Ideas HQ is your number 1 site for all your team building ideas, teambuilding resources, team building games, activites, team bonding ideas and any other ideas for team building! Check it out!
PetShop is a online pet supplies store located in Sydney Australia. PetShop sells pet supplies online for dogs, cats, horses, fish, reptiles and small animals. Some of the popular product categories include, dog beds, cat toys, flea prevention and pet worming products. Our team are all passionate pet lovers and having either owned a pet once or currently own a pet we are sure to cater to your pet needs from experience.
Life insurance has definitely been one of the very few things that people really do not want to deal with. Though there are many benefits to having life insurance, you must first figure why you really need it. You might need it for your family or you might feel like you want to donate to
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Boom of 3D technology in the world and great strides of information technology and telecommunication are promising to bring a new trend of e-commerce- that is 3D e-commerce.
Teampedia is a collaborative encyclopedia of free icebreakers, team building activities, and teamwork resources.
WebRangers is the National Park Service's site for kids and is an online extension of their Junior Ranger program. It has a friendly and fun environment for learning and contains over 45 online activities.
All Terrain Brain is a multimedia project that helps kids ages 8-12 tap into key creative and entrepreneurial concepts like perseverance, self-confidence, leadership, goal-setting, innovation and many more.
Companion web site for the WolfQuest video game.
The Smart Museum of Art's website for children, parents, and teachers, smARTkids provides opportunities for learning about and responding creatively to art including: a video visit to an artist's studio; an art game where users interact with Museum artworks; artmaking demos and a virtual sketch book to record and email responses; and an art glossary of 76 terms and definitions with audio accompaniment.
An online/mobile flashcard site. Students subscribe to their language textbook on our site and use the pre-made flashcards and study tools to study online or download them to their cell phones so they can study on the go. Beta version is free to use.
A free educational social network focused on creating, sharing and studying anything with online flashcards. The site also generates tests and corrects your answers. Free to use, no advertisements, child-safe.
StudyStack allows users to add data that they wish to memorize. Then the site displays the data as flashcards, crossword puzzle, hangman game, matching activity, word search puzzle, and a word scramble activity. Flashcards can also be exported to a PDA, cell phone, or iPod.
Not all organizations can afford a full time IT staff, but still must understand the cadre of IT issues relevant in today's internet-based society. That's where Knowledge Harbor comes in. We are building a community to help educate nonprofits and associations about these issues, and provide resources that can make their lives easier.
The Exploratorium's portal site to web resources it has developed which are offered in high-resolution, broadband-enhanced versions for schools and museums connected to Internet2.
Stickymap is a free application that helps non-profits, foundations, historical societies, and other community interest groups demonstrate their impact and facilitates collaborative community support and learning.
This site by the American Museum of Natural History has lots of little online activities about a variety of science fields "archaeology," "marine biology," etc. It also has a feature that lets you collect Ology cards that are found around the site if you join the community.
Living things are beautiful, especially under the microscope.
Like all great endeavors, gardening is both a science and an art. Whether you’re growing carnivorous plants, cash crops, or giant pumpkins—or even if you’re just trying to keep a few houseplants alive—see how the plants we tend feed our bodies, our minds, and our senses.
What is music? Is birdsong music? How about the tap-tap-tap of a hammer, or the wail of a creaking door? Is playing a garbage can different than playing a drum?
Explore the science of music with us, through these online exhibits, movies, and questions. Along the way, you can compose, mix, dance, drum, experiment, and above all…listen.
Listen:Making Sense of Sound website takes visitors into the worlds of 5 Listening Guides, people with highly developed listening skills, and provides Online Activities for visitors to develop their own abilities to listen deeply and carefully.
Flashcard Exchange enables users to create, study, and share flashcards.
Quarked! Adventures in the Subatomic Universe explores the world of particle physics through animated videos, online games, lesson plans and more.
Sharkrunners is a persistent online role-playing game that uses telemetry data from real-world sharks that have been tagged by researchers with gps transponders.
Centre of the Cell is an interactive science education centre sited in a working biomedical research laboratory at QMUL. You can learn about how your cells work and how scientists find new ways of putting cells right when they go wrong.
A web community for current science, citizen science and innovation
Did something in the world just peak your geographic interest? Head on over to MODIS Rapid Response to see high-res satellite photos of the entire world from the last few days.
The Science Museum of Minnesota's current science web community.
Think.com, a project of the Oracle Educational Foundation, is an online community for students and teachers. Members of the Think.com community can create personal websites and shared project spaces. ThinkQuest.org holds an annual international educational Website design competition for teacher-led teams of students aged 9-19
The American Image is an online exhibit exploring John Collier Jr's work during the war years of the 1940s. The photographs depict day-to-day life in America during World War II. Flickr mashups are used to pull in photographs that make up the Collection and one of the interactive activities. In addition to exploring Collier's photographs, visitors can create their own short videos using graphics, photographs and clips from that era.
Shortlisted by the Times Higher Awards 2006 for the most imaginative use of distance learning, the National Archive’s Palaeography website is a wonderful resource, offering an exploration of a topic which most of us are rarely exposed to, the study of old handwriting.
KQED (PBS affiliate) multimedia website containing Google Map Mashups to deliver high-resolution television clips, radio segments, and "explorations"–investigations of various parks, nature trails, and other sites around Northern California. Encourages visitor participation via Flickr uploads...
The Microscope Imaging Station web site presents images and videos taken with research-grade microscopes located in a facility within the Exploratorium museum.
"Instructables is a website where passionate people share what they do and how they (do) it, and learn from and collaborate with others." So begins the "About" page on instructables.com.
Ontario Science Center posts videos on You Tube
Helping people understand how genetics affects their lives and society
An annual count of winter birds sponsored by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society
This site about scientists discovering and domumenting microorganisms in the Russian far east is typical of the content found at an Exploratorium web site.