as a virtual city for engaging young people in constructive educational
activities while promoting socially responsible behavior. The citizens of
Whyville interact with each other while participating in activities that
range from science and math to art, civics, and economics. Examples
include science simulations in angular momentum, art activities like
designing your own avatar and visiting the Getty Museum, writing for
the town newspaper, playing multiplayer games such as checkers, and
treasure hunts that take you around the globe.
award-winning site include the Math Cats Balance (with objects ranging
from electrons to galaxies), Polygon Playground, Tessellation Town, Old
Egyptian Math Cats Fractions, What a Crowd! (an estimation game),
online math art activities, multiplication activities, and much more. Offline
activities include math crafts (such as making polyhedra and string art),
printable fact family cards, math story problems, and monthly math
writing contests. Idea banks for teachers offer suggestions for
classroom activities and links to recommended resources.
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The Adventures of Josie True is a web-based historical
adventure game for girls. The hero of the game is
Chinese-American Josie True, a regular girl who
becomes involved in intrigue across time and space as
she tries to find her inventor-turned-teacher Ms.
Trombone. She time travels with one of Ms. Trombone's
inventions, the Intellicat .
During their travels, they meet a host of historical figures including women from
history such as Bessie Coleman, the first African American woman pilot.

At each stop in the journey, there are fun, rewarding activities to play in order
to find Ms. Trombone, stop the artifact thieves, help Bessie Coleman at her
airshow, and much more!
BrainCake: to help girls be confident, solve problems,
and think independently.  They engage girls in current
science, helping them understand its relevance to
their life today.  They create and link girls to programs
that educate and prepare them to understand and
use science in their everyday lives.  And, they
embrace girls as architects of change - envisioning,
planning, organizing, shaping, and building a better
world - with math and science as their tools.
years provided by the Sallie Bingham Center. The
books reflect the changing roles that were/are
considered proper for girls. Roughly chronological,
the listing is organized into subject headings such as
Upbringing, Girl Detectives, Tomboys and Working
Girls, Heroines, and more.
Career Options for Women is a series of 13
half hour English language and 13 half hour
French language programs highlighting women
working in jobs traditionally done by men, mostly
in trades and technology. It is filmed across Canada, and is intended to
careers not typically considered by females.
Aviation Roles. was created to help girls (ages 10-16) learn about health,
growing up, and issues they may face. It focuses on health topics that girls
are concerned about and helps motivate them to choose healthy behaviors by
using positive, supportive, and non-threatening messages. The site gives
girls reliable, useful information on the health issues they will face as they
become young women and tips on handling relationships with family and
friends, at school and at home.
Girls Incorporated is a national
nonprofit youth organization dedicated
1864, Girls Inc has provided vital educational programs to millions of
American girls, particularly those in high-risk, under-served areas. Today,
innovative programs help girls confront subtle societal messages about their
value and potential, and prepare them to lead successful, independent, and
fulfilling lives.
Girlstart offers a variety of educational formats
designed for girls, adults, and families through
after-school programs, workshop series,
free community events. All Girlstart programs share a common theme of
hands-on exploration of science, math, and technology in a fun and
girl-friendly environment. These programs are held at the Girlstart Tech
Center and in Austin-area schools.
Since May of 1996, nearly everything on
A Girl's World was written and edited for
you by your peers, girls and teens from around the
know, the only website with nearly every feature
article written and edited by its users. As of May
advice editors from around the globe, all volunteers.
Girls Only is a fun and exciting Web site for
girls 5-12. Brought to you by Girl Scouts of
the USA, the site is a safe place for girls to
play games, take quizzes, ask questions, share their favorite stories, or
play games, take quizzes, ask questions, share their favorite stories, or
send e-cards to friends and family. Updated regularly and designed with
girls' interests in mind, Girls Only gives girls a chance to express
themselves and explore new ideas in a secure, fun environment.
the National Academy of
Sciences intended to showcase
the accomplishments of contemporary women in science and to highlight
for young people the varied and intriguing careers of some of today's and
Math Cats was the featured collection at The Gateway to
Educational Materials: "Math Cats encourages open-
ended exploration of math concepts through engaging
online and offline activities. Online activities at the
Studio 2B is a community of girls 11-17 who want to make a
difference in their lives and in the world and have fun while
they do it. STUDIO 2B is brought to you by Girl Scouts. It
has all of the things you love to do, from traveling to exotic
locations to roughin' it in your backyard to just hangin' with the girls.
Whatever you want to do—it's here! Get in the know by contacting your
local Girl Scouts and telling them you want STUDIO 2B. Find out how to
develop new leadership skills, improve the community, or ask for help to
Whyville was
launched in 1999 by
Zoey’s Room is a model online education program to
technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Cyber-hostess “Zoey” hosts her own chat room for
girls every day after school. She encourages girls to
explore STEM topics through fun challenges called Tec-
Treks, which expand their knowledge on a range of
21st century skills, including Internet research,
databases, word processing, science, business math,
digital and video proficiency, robotics, engineering and
website design. Each month, Zoey leads informative
chats with “Fab Female” role models in STEM
professions. This one-on-one connection, along with
encourages girls to become more interested in STEM
Join them to learn about
aviation and what it is like
to be a part of the airline
industry. This is an
educational, and often
"tongue in cheek" website.
Planet is a children‘s
more than 100 public
television stations
nationwide. The goal of
the show is to make
science fun and
accessible, engaging
children and inspiring
them to learn more
about space and science
and become tomorrow‘s
aerospace workforce.
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