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Consumer.gov is a resource provided by the Federal Trade Commission to educate consumers on money management and scams such as identity theft. Topics covered include credit, loans and debt. Each section has an audio option and many topics are covered by videos. This website is also available in Spanish.
Who knew math could be so much fun? Try out these games. (Coolmath)
Prepared and regularly updated by the regional bureaus of the U. S. Department of State, Country Fact Sheets provide brief travel and other information about most countries. Links are also provided to embassies and consulates.
Join Parsifal Penguin and Ophelia Owl on a virtual world tour and learn about the food, games, arts, and history of many cultures of the world. (University of Michigan's School of Information)
Search for a job based on the criteria that work for you. (State of Utah)
Easy to use online dictionary, thesaurus, and reference center.
An extensive and well-organized site featuring free historical resources for teachers and students.
This website provides homework help for all kinds of subjects, interactive learning games, virtual labs, and other learning opportunities for home and in the classroom. (Discovery Communications)
Play science-related games and learn science trivia. (Discovery Communications)
Find out what happened on a specific date in time, as well as the price of bread, what people were reading, and more.