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    Web Links

    "Ology" - The Museum's website for curious kids of all ages. kids of all ages.

    Curriculum Resources

    •  Curriki
      Online community for creating and sharing open K-12 curricula.

    Virtual Field Trips, Zoos & Museums

    • The National Zoo
      The National Zoo has animals from all over the world. You can take a virtual tour around the world on the Zoo's website.
    • Visit the museum's exhibition rooms and galleries, contemplate the façades of the Louvre.
       
    • A White House History

      Explore any of the 12 accessible rooms. You may start with the Library and use the arrows at the bottom of the page for a structured tour. Every page has links to biographies of presidents. The site provides information at bottom of each page about the the room's furnishings and history.
       
    • Albert Einstein's Image and Impact Exhibit

      Read about Einstein's astounding theory of relativity and his discovery of the quantum, his thoughtful philosophy, and his rise above a turbulent life including marriages and exile.
       
    • American Treasures - Library of Congress

      The American Treasures of the Library of Congress exhibition is an unprecedented permanent exhibition of the rarest, most interesting or significant items relating to America's past.
       
    • American Museum of Photography Guided Tour

      View images from the history of photography, daguerreotypes to Ansel Adams. Features Americana, Civil War, Wild West, portraits, & more.

      E-Quarium

      Next best thing to do if you can't get to Monterey Bay, California. Exhibits include an area for a discussion of habitats, from kelp forests to dunes, and their inhabitants. Also visit: a 3-D kelp dive, the cool Feature Creature section of animal profiles and the Splash Zone section for kids.
    • Easter Island

      It is one of the most isolated islands in the world but 1200 years ago a double-hulled canoe filled with seafarers from a distant culture landed upon its shores. Find out what happened there....
       
    • B-17 Flying Fortress Virtual Tour

      QuickTime VR is required to tour this World War II bomber, courtesy of the Lone Star Flight Museum in Galveston, Texas. Visit all five sections, inside the plane: Nose, Turret, Cockpit, Radio and Waist.
       
    • Be sure to visit the penguin tank, swim with the sea otters or get up close with sharks. Other tours: a helicopter ride over Boston and a whale watch. The students should also try science experiments or play a game that teaches them how penguins communicate. You will also find a list of links to other interesting sites.

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      This tour of New York City. Burrow 800 feet below street level with its pipes, wires, tunnels and subway tracks.?
      http://www.nationalgeographic.com/nyunderground

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      The Field Trip site offers online field trips to places like salt marshes and volcanoes. Each trip covers a single topic, and includes "trail markers" that describe each site on the field trip. There are documents that can be printed and given to each person that takes the field trip.? You may go to the Teacher section for resource information, then to "Let's Go" to start the tour.
      http://field-guides.com/

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