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The Astronaut Resources
For anyone who ever wanted to be an astronaut "when they grow up," this website is a dream come true. What's it like to be an astronaut? How can you actually become an astronaut? You'll find the answers in "The Astronaut Resources."

Seeds of Change Garden
How does a garden grow? Children involved with the Seeds of Change project are discovering that a garden grows best when people of different cultures plan, cultivate, harvest, and interact with one another.

Earthweek: A Diary of The Planet
If Mother Earth kept a diary...
Dear diary, What a day! My surface shifted, my volcanoes exploded, and my atmosphere got all twisted up. Plus, those pesky humans living on me were fooling around with nuclear fission again.
"Earthweek" highlights the location and type of natural and manmade environmental events. The "Diary of The Planet" offers a unique perspective on our evolving earth.

The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis offers a nice collection of online resources and exhibits for kids. Adults are sure to enjoy a visit as well.

Look Smart
Online catalogs are not often among our favorite websites, but Look Smart is worth a look. Their filtered web destinations, organized in a variety of categories, make for an excellent online catalog of useful places.

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