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AwesomeArtists.com is a wonderful site offering loads of great art booklets, posters, lessons and more, including: The ABCs of Art, Clay Creations lessons, lessons on collage and mixed media, drawing, fiber art, painting, printmaking, wire sculpture, cartooning, and much more. All the lessons, posters and booklets are downloadable in PDF format. This IS a treasure

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Here are three classic episodes of WATCH MR. WIZARD, a wonderful science program starring Don Herbert and broadcast in the 1950s and 1960s. These may “look” a bit old (especially the last one), but give ’em a chance… these are great, and your kids will learn a LOT from these (you will too)! Each episode

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Teaching and learning basic circuits, electronics, and electricity from books is good — but why not build a simple circuit from scratch and let your kids learn from doing? Here’s a great way to get hands on and teach/learn the basics of electricity. This great beginning electronics project from instructables.com guides you through how to build your own working electronic circuit

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Eduweb has dozens of award-winning Interactive art, history, science and technology games available on their website, including: Engineering an Airplane the Wright Way, WolfQuest (live the life of a wild wolf), A Sailor’s Life for Me (based on the USS Constitution), Texas 1836, Putt the Planets, and many more. These educational games are searchable by

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With the Presidential Inauguration coming up later this month, this is a teachable opportunity to focus on American History and US Presidents in particular. Here are two good ones: “The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden” is a neat site for students on the history of United States Presidents, created by the Smithsonian National Museum of

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Ready to test your Geography IQ? Here are dozens of fun, interesting quizzes on both US and World Geography! In these creative quizzes from JetPunk.com, interactive maps, word puzzles and other formats have been used to create quizzes about countries of the world, states and capitols, bodies of water, famous streets, country flags, major cities,