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Mathematics
http://www.aaamath.com/
This site is absolutely the best allaround site for learning and
memorizing information. It addresses the following math topics:
addition, algebra, comparing, counting, decimals, division, equations,
estimation, exponents, fractions, geometry, graphs, measurement,
mental math, money, multiplication, naming numbers, patterns, percent,
place value, practical math, properties, ratios, statistics and
subtractions. It also offers spelling practice, vocabulary lessons,
states of the USA, world nations, and geographical photos.
http://home.mn.rr.com/townew/standards/basicstandardstests.htm
If you're studying for the MN 8th grade Basic Standards Test for
mathematics this site will provide you with the opportunity to go
through several different mock tests. These tests were written by
Bill Towne. They are not actual MN Basic Standards Tests. Each test
has a variety of multiplechoice questions that are similar to the
ones used in the actual test. The first six to eight problems are
estimation and the rest are an assortment of probability, fractions,
decimals, problem solving, etc. Each test gives the student his
or her grade after each question has been answered, and except for
Test #1, each question gives the correct answer with a short explanation
why it is correct after each guess.
http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/index.html
These activities listed below are designed for either group or individual
exploration into concepts from middle school mathematics.
Number and Operation
Concepts
Geometry and Measurement Concepts
Function and Algebra Concepts
Probability and Data Analysis Concepts
English 
Language
http://dictionary.langenberg.com/
This is the EVERYTHING dictionary. It has: Rhyming  Crossword 
Scrabble  Quotations & Cliches  Anagram  Computing  Law
 Synonyms  Antonyms  Related  Spelled Similarly  Substring
 In Definition Of  Connections  Intersection
Science
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4533039/
Scientists find a new breed of distant ice world. Is there another
planet beyond Pluto? What scientists have found and how they are
classifying this newfound phenomenon is discussed in this MSNBC
article.
http://worksheets.teachnology.com/science/weather/
This site offers free science worksheets. It offers everything you
can imagine about weather.
Miscellaneous
http://www.sitesforteachers.com
This site has
pages and pages and pages of Internet addresses, with introductions,
for teachers and home school parents. I haven't gone through all
of them so I have no recommendations about which ones may be useful.
Here's just one example of what you'll find here:
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units, basics, SHAPEBOOKS, and Teaching Extras! Great for creative
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http://school.discovery.com
This site is
for teachers, parents and students. It offers study tools, games,
and learning adventures…
It includes information from Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, Discovery
Health, Science Fair Central, Puzzlemaker, etc. It includes teaching
tools, lesson plans and homework helpers. It even includes a Live
Cam of a penguin family in Canada, a look into the sun and live
shots of an enormous aquarium.
