- Michigan Electronic Library from Library of Michigan Outstanding collection organized in easy-to-use categories.
- Dance Manuals from Library of Congress Music Division
- Detroit Institute of Arts
- Music in the Public Domain Identify public domain songs and public domain music for royalty-free use.
- National Gallery of Art
- Photographs from the Golden Age of Jazz
- Playbill Online Lots of news, listings, and other valuable information provided by the familiar publication distributed at theaters.
Geography and Culture
- CoastWatch Lake Surface Temperature Reporting System for the Great Lakes.
- Geography at About.com Find hundreds of excellent links hand selected by the About.com Geography guide.
- Library of Congress Country Studies Provides information on geographic entities and international organizations and are updated periodically.
- Mapping the National Parks
- Mesoweb An exploration of Mesoamerican cultures.
- National Geographic
- U.S. States from the Info Please Almanac.
- World Factbook
- Ben's Guide to United States Government Ben Franklin hosts this site which allows students to select their grade level, K through 12.
- Congress.gov United States Legislature
- The United States Census Bureau: The Official Statistics
- The White House
Health and Physical Education
- Center for Disease Control
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration Kids' Page Find informative articles in "Teen Scene."
- American Currency Exhibit
- American Memories from the Library of Congress
- This Day in History From the History Channel
- Famous Trials in History Outstanding coverage of important trials
- From Revolution to Reconstruction and What Happened Afterwards
- National Archives and Records Administration
- U.S. Naval Historical Center
Literature and Drama
- Folklore and Mythology A huge collection of tales arranged alphabetically.
- The Pulitzer Prizes
- The Ecology Channel
- Explore Science (Requires Shockwave)
- How Stuff Works An amazing site that explains hundreds of things you might be curious about, with new features every day.
- NASA Homepage