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42explore: Thematic Pathfinders for All Ages
Instructional guides for instruction of K-12 classrooms in technnology. When learning something new, it's nice to have more than one resource to explore.

Dr. LeBeau's HomePage
A Resource for Teachers, Students and Curious Adults.

JungleWalk.com
Animal Posters, Animal T-Shirts, Animal Sounds and Movies

Kids learning Site
This site is great for kids and their parents to have family time together as they help others. It is fun to look at the cute animal pictures and fun sites.

Kona Stories Book Store
Kona Stories is an independent bookstore located in South Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. Established in 2006 by Brenda Eng and Joy Vogelgesang, Kona Stories features over 8000 new and hard to find titles. We specialize in Island travel guide and maps, kid's books and whimsical gifts.

Marine Education Society of Australasia
MESA is a national organisation that brings together people interested in the study and enjoyment of coastal and marine environments.

Mrs. McGowan's First Grade
Classroom website featuring Internet projects, first grade student work, resources for parents, students, and teachers.

Teach the Children Well
This page is a collection of links for children, teachers, and parents.Topics are based on the curriculum for Kindergarten through grade four,although many pages will be of interest to older students.

UK Safari - A site for anyone interested in the wildlife of Britain
Articles, photos, a free newsletter, a free screensaver and the best places to visit for wildlife watching. Go there now.

Young Achievers Home Web Site
The Young Achievers Science and Mathematics Pilot School is dedicated to creating an exceptional teaching and learning environment in which science and math concepts, explored by new technologies, are central to teacher and student inquiry.


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