The TeachEngineering website is the delightful result of a productive collaboration between faculty, students and teachers at five universities working with the American Society for Engineering Education. The funds for this project came from the National Science Foundation's National Science Digital Library (NSDL) initiative. The website contains a diverse set of standards-based engineering curricula that can be used by K-12 teachers and engineering faculty to make the world of applied science and math engaging and edifying. First-time visitors can use the "Browse" function to look over materials organized into divisions that include "activities", "lessons", "subject areas", and "educational standards". Also, visitors can perform their own detailed keyword searches, and they shouldn't miss the "K-12 Engineering" section to learn about how these materials can be used and the basic philosophy behind the website. The "Get Involved" area provides information for those teachers that might wish to submit their own resources, or review potential materials for future inclusion. [KMG] Copyright Internet Scout, 1994-2008. Internet Scout (http://scout.wisc.edu/), located in the Computer Sciences Department of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, provides information about the Internet to the U.S. research and education community under a grant from the National Science Foundation, number NCR-9712163. The Government has certain rights in this material. Permission is granted to make and distribute verbatim copies of the entire Scout Report provided this paragraph, including the copyright notice, are preserved on all copies.