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Last Updated: Friday, 10 November 2006, 17:54 GMT
Kate Russell
By Kate Russell
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Kate Russell gives us her latest selection of the best sites on the World Wide Web.

Homemade Baby Food Recipes website

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As a mother of four, viewer Christine Albury has spent a good portion of her life preparing food for her brood, and she sent in her own website for us to share with you.

Homemade Baby Food Recipes is laid out in a typical blog-style, so it is super-easy to find the sections you want using the links on the left.

The recipes themselves are grouped into age-range, with step-by-step guides and plenty of information about healthy eating and nutrition.

As well as a great collection of recipes which recognise that babies have tastebuds too, there are also some really nice tips and tricks in sections covering subjects like travelling with a baby, and teaching your baby sign language so that it can communicate with you before it can talk.

If you have a baby you are going to love browsing these informative and friendly pages.

Ethical Insight website

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More and more people are becoming concerned with environmental and ethical issues around the globe, and the internet is a great resource when it comes to finding out what is going on.

Ethical Insight is a bi-monthly newsletter that aims to keep its readers informed about what is going on in respect of many different ethical issues all over the world.

On the opening page click to see the latest, or backdated issues to get an idea of the subjects covered.

Each news letter is split into categories, and contains links to news stories. There is no need to subscribe, simply click a link to a story, where you will also find links to the original source and further reading.

If you do decide to sign-up just click the link on the opening page and fill in your registration details to have the newsletter delivered into your e-mail inbox every two weeks, hot off the digital press.

Dr Carlson's Science Theatre website

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Another blog next, and this time we head to the online home of one zany and terribly enthusiastic science professor, Dr Carlson's Science Theatre.

About once a month since December last year, Dr Carlson has added a new video explaining some aspect of science, and I have to say I love his full-on approach. Just click the link to watch the video and it will start playing automatically at the following screen.

Newton's rules, density and thermodynamics are but a few of the subjects tackled, all explained really clearly and with some pretty impressive experiments performed on camera to support and explain the science.

Windows On Our World website

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Our final site today was sent in by one of its creators, Phil Sullivan from the UK, and is supported by the Royal Geographic Society.

Windows On Our World bills itself as an online image library of royalty-free geographical photography, and contains over 3,000 images that you are free to download and use for educational purposes.

Whether you are a teacher looking to illustrate a module, or a student hoping to jazz up a presentation with some relevant images, the archives are sorted into separate geographical sections, with 13 main categories including coastal landscapes, economics and environment.

As well as being a great educational tool, they also make pretty special desktops.

And if you want to donate your own pictures to the website, click the donating images link at the top for instructions.

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