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October 5, 2007 -- From Roger, a reader, from New York, US, who is affiliated with the site.
An informative site covering interesting and factual topics with concise answers to pondering questions.
May 5, 2006 -- From Joe Koblich, a reader from Chicago, Illinois, who is affiliated with the site
Nuclear science and technology and how it influences your life through five major application fields: food irradiation, industry, medicine, space, and electricity. At this site, students will learn more about the world in which they live and teachers will find it an excellent resource for their class projects.
March 1, 2006 -- From Cierra B., 12 years old from the United States, who is not affiliated with the site
This site is really great for kids who have ANY type of question. It is great to research for projects, and for fun stuff, too.
January 12, 2005 -- From Eric Ward, a reader from Tennessee, who is affiliated with the site
Answers.com is a free reference search service, created to provide instant answers on over a million topics. As opposed to standard search engines that serve up a list of links for you to follow, Answers.com displays quick, snapshot answers with concise, reliable information. Our editors take our content from over 100 authoritative encyclopedias, dictionaries, glossaries and atlases, carefully chosen for breadth and quality.
December 6, 2000 -- From Jeffrey Schrade, a reader from United States who is affiliated with the site
Kids faced with tough decisions can visit www.lawforkids.org to learn the laws about drugs, violence, property damage and a range of other subjects. LawForKids.org offers a quick and easy way to learn about the law. Each page on LawForKids.org is written so that kids can understand the law as it relates to the choices they make on a daily basis.
December 4, 2000 -- From Mr A. Field, a teacher from Cambridge, England who is affiliated with the site
A site providing worksheets, links, together with online quizzes and lessons for all history pupils.