Librarian Memory Game

Who hasn’t played a memory game one time or another. Here is one with a bit of a different twist. You get to look at the books and their location, then they’re hidden and you have to find them as patrons request each subject. Lightning Librarian
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Craft Revival

I love to scour second hand shops when I need a new piece of furniture. This week-end I found a lovely end table and when I was cleaning it at home, I was happy to learn it was crafted by a company in North Carolina. What does this have to...
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Give me

Give me looks like a useful tool. They offer resources by age, discuss setting an allowance, budgets and resources for learning how to manage your money. The site is free and offers many freebies. Here’s their description. If your child treats money like it grows on trees, or magically falls from the sky, let
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Art questions?

Ask Joan of Art your art questions online at the Smithsonian American Museum. Joan of Art
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Wild Safari Game

Wild Safari game for the younger set from  You’ll find many other games there as well.
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Ice Cream

Ice cream is good anytime of year, but is often the perfect treat on a warm summer’s night. Here are some ice cream resources for you to enjoy! The Ice Cream Home Page Ice Cream History How Ice Cream Works Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream
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4th of July Resources

Here are a few 4th of July Resources to enjoy and explore: History of the Fourth Independence Day Fourth of July is Independence Day Fourth of July Celebrations Database 4th of July Crafts and Fun
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About Curriki Curriki is an online environment created to support the development and free distribution of world-class educational materials to anyone who needs them. Our name is a play on the combination of ‘curriculum’ and ‘wiki’ which is the technology we’re using to make education universally accessible. Curriki
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Online tools

These are some nifty online tools to play with and learn from from cool school Angles in a circle Creating a bar graph Latitude and Longitude Making a Pie Chart
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Art in Story: Teaching Art History …

Art in Story: Teaching Art History to Elementary School Children Second Edition (Paperback) looks like a wonderful resource.   Here is part of a review from Amazon about it: “Covering from prehistoric art to computer art, this information-packed book is filled with lessons, stories to share, and journal, art and drama activities to engage children....
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