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if you can remember the LMP accurately the date of delivery will be another 280 days from the same. With the help of a Pregnancy Due Date Calculator you can will know the stage of pregnancy in which you are in and the nature of development that the baby has undergone.
Introducing the world's first topic-based newsreader. Built with Evri's breakthrough content filtering technology, the Evri app constantly and automatically indexes more than 2.3 million popular topics from over 15K of the Web's best sources. Available free on iPad and Kindle Fire.
We want to save you time and money as you access the newest technology available to educators. That's why we hired a team of tech savvy teachers who use apps in their classrooms every single day to vet out the best of the best when it comes to educational reviews. Then we divided their reviews into the eight most-searched categories and listed them here so you can find the information you need quickly and easily.
From cell biology, microbiology, immunology, and microscopy, to interactive cell models, mitosis, meiosis, cell cycle, cell cas, puzzles, quizzes, and galleries, this is the everything cell site you've been lookin for!
"Where Knowledge Junkies Get Their Fix!" Check out the Amazing Fact Generator and The Ultimate Brain Challenge. Fun and engagement for students and adults alike, this site will help you instill a love of learning in your students.
"Your one-stop shop for instructional videos and DIY projects." From Arts, Auto, Business, Fitness, Food Entertainment, Health, Knowledge, and Games to Home, Fashion, Entertainment, and Travel, there's a 5 minute video here for you! Got 5 min? Join and upload your video tutorial to the community.
Interactive volcano site dedicated to the exploration and study of the Earth's tectonic plates. Build your own virtual volcano and watch it erupt! Learn about the Earth's layers, the Ring of Fire, the areas of the world where volcanoes most often are found, and what happens inside a volcano.
This toolkit offers the six fundamentals of art, line, color, space, shape, balance, and rhythm. Watch an animated explanation of the fundamentals, find examples in works of art, and create your own work. Put that knowledge to work by recognizing the concepts in works of art that are in museums, and finally, apply those concepts to your own creation. Clicking on the Encyclopedia gives you even more examples. This is a great site to use for all levels of students.
Nature: It’s more than just a faraway beach or mountain. It’s a fantastic factory that makes the building blocks of all our lives—food, drinking water, the stuff we own and the air we breathe. It makes amazing memories, and even protects us from floods and storms!
That’s why The Nature Conservancy and its 550 scientists have created a new initiative — Nature Works Everywhere — to help students learn the science behind how nature works for us…and how we can help keep nature running strong.
Nature Works Everywhere gives teachers, students and families everything they need to start exploring and understanding nature’s fantastic factory — videos, interactive games, and interactive lesson plans that align to standards.
Hosted by Nature Conservancy scientists, Nature Works Everywhere takes your class around the world to visit nature at its productive best — from coral reefs to bee gardens, from Maine’s snowy forests to Africa’s grasslands. We’ll be adding more lessons each year from around the globe on science and social studies topics that teachers can use as is or customize for their own classroom needs.
The World Wonders Project enables you to discover 132 historic sites from 18 countries, including Stonehenge, the archaeological areas of Pompeii and the ancient Kyoto temples. In addition to man-made sites, you can explore natural places: wander the sandy dunes of Australia’s Shark Bay or gaze up at the rock domes of Yosemite National Park in California.