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Activities Integrating Math, Science & Technology (AIMS) Education Foundation Funded by the National Science Foundation, this site provides hands on activities that integrate math, science and other disciplines (K-9)
About: Geography Resources about every aspect of population, demographics, and censuses.
Aeronautics Learning Laboratory for Science, Technology and Research Directions for making an air thermometer.
Allentown School District Planetarium Extensive site includes articles and links to various astronomical subjects, including sun astronomy, archeoastronomy, and astronomical misconceptions. 
Annenburg/CPB Math and Science Project  Teacher’s Lab explores astronomical misconceptions 
Bad Astronomy   Homepage of astronomer Phil Plait, dedicated to debunking astronomical myths and misconceptions. 
Bill Nye the Science Guy  Science according to Bill Nye the Science Guy 
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