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Whether you're trying to get an "A" in science or want to win the next school track meet, eating right can help you do your very best in life. At SchoolMenu.com, you'll get all the facts and info you need about how to enjoy good health and nutrition. Soup's on at www.schoolmenu.com. The site includes information about how to eat right and some cool food activities--like a healthy snack puzzle and fun recipes. You'll also find great food pyramid games, such as the Food Pyramid Maze and the Spy Dogs' Word Scramble. Or join DJ and his friends as they teach you about the benefits of maintaining a balanced diet. Yes, even pizza can be good for you. Wondering what's for lunch today? The site has lunch menus for schools across the United States. Along the way, you'll also find DJ's Art Gallery and some fun coloring activities. At SchoolMenu.com, food and fun go hand in hand. Eat up and be merry. And have a good lunch.
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Spring training is here, just in time for a little science lesson. At Exploratorium's Science of Baseball Web site, you'll get the lowdown on how to improve your baseball skills by adding a dash of physics to your game. It's batter up at www.exploratorium.com/baseball. This site shows you how to get the most out of the sport's most crucial tools: bat, ball and glove. The Scientific Slugger is a way-cool hitting program, which shows you how to adjust the strength and angle of your swing to hit more dingers. Find out if you can hit a 90 mph fastball. Hint: You will need to find the bat's three "sweet spots" if you're going to stand a chance against the pros. Also, be sure to visit the Time Machine and see legendary players' stats change in different baseball eras. You can also check out the history of women's baseball and the popularity of baseball in Japan. So step on into the batter's box. The boys and girls of summer are set to play ball!
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Whether it's Swiss, Brie or cheddar, people worldwide can't get enough of cheese. At I Love Cheese, you'll learn all about this fun and fancy food product. Say cheese at www.ilovecheese.com and prepare yourself for an eating experience like no other. You'll read profiles about such cheeses as havarti, colby, blue and brick. The FAQ will give you the facts on fitting cheese into a healthy diet and how to buy cheese online. It even explains why Swiss cheese has holes. You'll also find a history of cheese that dates back to its accidental discovery in an Arabian desert 4,000 years ago. And there's an amazing recipes section, featuring everything from spicy cheese pie to pizza fondue.
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From Bart Simpson to Tony Hawke, skateboarders are dead serious about their ride. And thanks to Exploratorium's Skateboard Science, you'll learn how to get your footing on this high-flying sport. Drop into the half-pipe at www.exploratorium.edu/skateboarding and get the hard facts on tricks, tips and more. Through a live Webcast, you'll better understand the physics of skating, and how pros like Matt Fields and Dustin Dollin take advantage of gravity to crank out McTwists, ollies and railslides. Trick Science shows how skating and science come together as one, from jumping to ramps to midair maneuvers. Skateboard Science is a wild ride. Just be careful with those grinds and fakies!
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It's "all aboard" for KidsHealth.org, the ultimate Web site dealing with wellness and health for young people. From knee scrapes to asthma to eating disorders, the site tackles a whole variety of medical concerns, both big and small. Start feeling good at http://kidshealth.org where you'll learn how the body works, how to stay safe, and how to treat everyday illnesses. Why do we have belly buttons? What causes hic-cups? The experts at KidsHealth.org have great answers to questions like these, plus medical facts for you, your older siblings and your parents. Once here, you'll find plenty of cool articles, animations and games. Be sure to check out Word!, a glossary of medical words aimed at kids. Or stop by the Fabulous Food section, where you'll find out how to eat for sports. The prognosis is always good at KidsHealth.org!
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