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April's Antarctic Adventure
Imagine your teacher leaving for six weeks to take a trip to Antarctica and corresponding with the class while she is gone. April Lloyd did it and this wonderful resource tells the story of her trip. Make an expedition to your local park or historical site and practice some amateur archeology. Document your trip with journal entries and pictures.

Mega Mathematics
We're bound to like any site that engages the user in the field of mathematics, makes the user think creatively, and answers some questions. More importantly, however, this site encourages the user to keep asking questions.

The Capitol Steps
The net is a haven of satire and parody and what better place to practice than in Washington, DC? The Capitol Steps are not afraid to poke fun at political heroes with great tunes that make you want to write your own lyrics. Pick your favorite and then try to change the words.

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Fish But Were Afraid to Ask*
In the tradition of Ripley and Guinness, this site offers a remarkable amount of information about our aquatic friends. How about building your own online information treasure trove about a topic that interests you?

New Paleolithic Cave Paintings from France
Check out this wonderful example of the use of the WWW to share new scientific findings with a broad audience. Try making up stories to go with these paintings. Then publish your stories on the WWW with pointers to the paintings.

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