Entmoot Academy
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Are you looking for something in particular to color? This search engine will search the web exclusively for print and color pages. Just enter the one or two words that best describe what you would like to color.

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Lil' Fingers is a storybook site for toddlers with educational games, storybooks and coloring pages. Our FREE toddler stories, activities & holiday sections are designed with bright colors & big buttons for little fingers.

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Making books with children is a great way to encourage literacy and creativity and build bridges across the generations. Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord has seen the positive effects firsthand during her twenty years of making books in schools, libraries, and with her family. Her primary goal is always to make it easy and fun. At makingbooks.com, she shares what she has learned to bring the joy of making books to you.

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Companion site to NG Little Kids, the National Geographic Society's first magazine for 3- to 6-year-olds and their parents. Packed with teaching tools to help parents inspire a love of learning in their children, NG Little Kids, brings animals, nature, science, and just plain fun to the littlest learners.

June 27, 2013

Toot & Puddle

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An interactive companion site to the Toot & Puddle books & shows by Holly Hobbie. This site contains games, printables, activities, and much more.

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The Franklin Institute Resources for Science Learning website is an effort of the Educational Technology Programs team. The team is part of The Franklin Institute's Center for Innovation in Science Learning (CISL).CISL serves the mission of The Franklin Institute through leadership in science learning research and innovative program development with focus areas in education technology, teacher development, gender and family learning, and youth leadership. Within the Resources for Science Learning website, users can find online science content, resources and professional development opportunities for educators, and information about CISL initiatives. Users will also see the efforts of The Franklin Institute's Franklin Center, which includes The Franklin Awards Program, The Benjamin Franklin National Memorial, and The Journal of The Franklin Institute.

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Part of the Franklin Institute website, this section focuses on the first flight, and other historical aspects of flight, and students can design their own model aircraft using the Forces of Flight and the Challenge of Flight sections.

June 27, 2013

How Things Fly

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A virtual exhibition at the National Air & Space Museum which answers the questions "what makes an airplane fly?" "how does a spacecraft stay in orbit?" and "why does a balloon float in the air?".

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Congratulations! You've been hired as an airplane design engineer for PlaneMath Enterprises. As a new employee, you'll need to visit each of our 8 training departments. After you complete your training, you can go to the Design Department to receive your first project.

June 27, 2013

Invention at Play

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Highly interactive companion site to Invention at Play,a highly interactive, engaging, and surprising exhibition that focuses on the similarities between the ways children and adults play and the creative processes used by innovators in science and technology. It departs from traditional representations of inventors as extraordinary geniuses who are "not like us" to celebrate the creative skills and processes that are familiar and accessible to all people.

June 27, 2013

Froguts

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An e-learning company dedicated to providing engaging science simulations and labs.

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EDSITEment offers a treasure trove for teachers, students, and parents searching for high-quality material on the Internet in the subject areas of literature and language arts, foreign languages, art and culture, and history and social studies. All websites linked to EDSITEment have been reviewed for content, design, and educational impact in the classroom. They cover a wide range of humanities subjects, from American history to literature, world history and culture, language, art, and archaeology, and have been judged by humanities specialists to be of high intellectual quality. EDSITEment is not intended to represent a complete curriculum in the humanities, nor does it prescribe any specific course of study.

June 27, 2013

MapMachine

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Use National Geographic's dynamic atlas to locate nearly any place on Earth, then search for and print historical, weather, population, and other maps of the spot.

June 27, 2013

Discover France

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Part of the Embassy of France in Washington, D.C., this section of the website explores the culture and country of France.

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EDSITEment offers a treasure trove for teachers, students, and parents searching for high-quality material on the Internet in the subject areas of literature and language arts, foreign languages, art and culture, and history and social studies. All websites linked to EDSITEment have been reviewed for content, design, and educational impact in the classroom. They cover a wide range of humanities subjects, from American history to literature, world history and culture, language, art, and archaeology, and have been judged by humanities specialists to be of high intellectual quality. EDSITEment is not intended to represent a complete curriculum in the humanities, nor does it prescribe any specific course of study.

June 27, 2013

Animated Atlas

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Animated Atlas portrays large chapters of American history quickly by animating maps and geographic features. For school, home and genealogy use.

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A site full of interactive geography quizzes. Not the best site to look at, but the content is well worth it.

June 27, 2013

Kids.gov

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Kids.gov is the official kids' portal for the U.S. government. It links to over 1,200 web pages from government agencies, schools, and educational organizations, all geared to the learning level and interest of kids. Kids.gov is maintained by the Federal Citizen Information Center (FCIC).

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All about ancient Egypt, pyramids, temple reconstructions and the pharaohs. Very slick looking site with a lot of resources and information.

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Historians teaching medieval history surveys almost always want to combine a textbook, a sourcebook, and additional readings. Textbooks, as an ever-evolving form, are probably worth the cost, but sourcebooks are often unnecessarily expensive. Unlike some modern history texts, the sources used for medieval history have been around a long time. The goal here then has been to construct an Internet Medieval Sourcebook from available public domain and copy-permitted texts.

June 27, 2013

NetSERF

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NetSERF is a meta-index of medieval resources on the Internet that has been serving the online medieval community since 1995. As of today, 11 October 2008, NetSERF contains 2,294 links to great sites. NetSERF is divided into 18 main sections, including: Medieval Archaeology Medieval Architecture Arthuriana Medieval Culture Medieval Art Medieval Civilizations Medieval Drama Medieval History Medieval Law Medieval Literature Medieval Music Medieval Paleography Medieval People Medieval Philosophy Medieval Religion Medieval Science and Technology Medieval Women NetSERF's Research Center.

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This list of on-line references is maintained by The Michigan State University Graduate Student Medieval and Renaissance Consortium, under the sponsorship of ORB, for The World Wide Web Virtual Library History Section.

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The "Who's Who in Medieval History" project is intended to help you find information about significant individuals from the Middle Ages and Renaissance when available on the web and in print. Each page will offer a brief explanation of who the individual was and why he or she is important or interesting in medieval and Renaissance studies. For more information be sure to investigate the websites or books provided.

June 27, 2013

SparkTop.org

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SparkTop.org - where no two brains think alike - is a place where kids who learn differently can create awesome stuff, play great games, connect with other kids, and discover new ways to succeed in school and in life.

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Here you will find a wealth of material for learning calligraphy and penmanship. Cursive handwriting, Ornamental Penmanship, Copperplate, Spencerian script - with lessons on these and much more.

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This is a great site.  Each day they post either one of their own freebies, arrange with other vendors for one of their products as a freebie, or links to other sites with freebies.  You can find some great gems here.  If you sign up for their newsletter, you can get notifications of upcoming freebies, exclusive freebies, and notification of specials from their sister site.

Last modified on July 6, 2013
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This is a place that shares budget friendly Bible based resources, articles about Bible based homeschooling, and tips...Don't forget to subscribe by email so you don't miss any resources!

Excellent site for resources!

July 6, 2013

Visual Fractions

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A fractions tutorial that models fractions with number lines or circles. Fraction games and worksheets are included.

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You are the only one who knows your story...tell it your way with help and ideas from the This Is Me Challenge! This website has various writing prompts to help you write about yourself.  Good exercises for all of us.

Last modified on July 6, 2013
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The UNL Libraries' Image and Multimedia Collections is currently home to over 85 collections and 250,000 items. Collections grow daily, thanks to partnerships between the Libraries and other units on campus. Comprised of a mix of teaching, historical, archival, and display -- collections range in subject matter from Art, Architecture & Interior Design to Comic Books to Textile Studies & Clothing to Water Resources. In addition to images, a variety of media types is supported, specifically audio and video as well as art, text, and music. For example, NET houses programming series (859 videos, "All About Books", "Big Red Wrap-Up", "Nebraska Stories", and "Recession Survival Guide" to name a few) in the NET Media Archives; and the School of Music has both audio recordings and digital images of programs for performances found in the Performances from the UNL School of Music.

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A repository of children's vinyl records in mp3 audio format.  Includes Tale Spinners for Children, Golden Records, Riverside Wonderland, Telegeneral Let's Pretend, Pathways of Sound, Mercury Storyteller and Other Vinyl Records.  Lots of different stories, muscis, etc.

July 6, 2013

Timeless Truths

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Timeless Truths is a free online library with resources including the Bible, magazines and books, sheet music, midi, and recorded audio. It is dedicated to the edification of those who love God, and to seriously address the questions and concerns of those who wish to inquire about the Bible and how we should live.

July 6, 2013

LibriVox

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LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain and release the audio files back onto the net. Our goal is to make all public domain books available as free audio books.

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For purposes of science education, STEL publishes booklets on many topics in space science. These publications include comic books written by the popular cartoonist "Hayanon," featuring humorous characters and explaining scientific themes in a friendly way. The booklets are suitable for the general public as well as for school children.

July 6, 2013

Practical Pages

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Notebook pages, minibooks and lapbook projects, handwriting charts and booklets, organizational tips and ideas spanning multiple subjects.

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