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[Surfnetkids] Pumpkin Carving

Dear Reader, Thank you to everyone who responded to the newsletter to tell me what they looking forward to. I am still going through the responses, so please be patient if I haven’t gotten back to you. Here are some GOOD things readers are looking forward to: * Zambia’s 50th independence day celebration * Finishing […]

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[Surfnetkids] Comma Rules

Dear Reader, I am so excited about the Surfnetkids website redesign I am working on, and I am enjoying seeing it unfold on my computer. What are you doing this week that has you excited? Just hit reply to let me know! See ya on the Net, Barbara J. Feldman “Surfing the Net with Kids” […]

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[Surfnetkids] Halloween Safety

Dear Reader, With Halloween just around the corner, spooky bulletin board ideas are trending over at our Halloween mini-site. Take a look at what we have here. See ya on the Net, Barbara J. Feldman “Surfing the Net with Kids” http://www.surfnetkids.com Halloween Safety http://www.surfnetkids.com/resources/halloween-safety/ Halloween Safety Printable(** for Premium Members only) http://www.surfnetkids.com/printables/halloween-safety.pdf From costume safety […]

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[Surfnetkids] German Reunification

Dear Reader, As I promised last week, here’s a more complete list of Halloween resources from Surfnetkids and our related sites: Halloween Resources Also, for those of you interested in creating your own website to promote your books, consulting, or for e-commerce (selling stuff online), Christina Hills has an online class that I highly recommend: […]

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[Surfnetkids] Fire Safety

Dear Reader, And … it’s October! Have you started planning your costumes yet? Here are a few resources to help you out: Online Halloween Games from Surfnetkids Halloween Fun also from Surfnetkids Halloween Coloring Pages, from (you guessed it!) Surfnetkids Next week I’ll send along a few other resources, but that should get you started. […]

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[Surfnetkids] Internet Safety Games

Dear Reader, Do you use 2-step verification to secure any of your online accounts? It is the solution that Apple recently announced to secure iCloud after a few high-profile cases where celebrities had certain … um … selfies stolen from their cloud backup. I’ve written about 2-step verification (also known as 2-factor authentication) many times […]

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[Surfnetkids] Stamp Act

Dear Reader, L’Shana Tova to my Jewish readers, wishing you a sweet new year. Rosh Hashanah is just around the corner! Here’s some printable coloring pages and fun music videos for the whole family: Rosh Hashana Fun. See ya on the Net, Barbara J. Feldman “Surfing the Net with Kids” http://www.surfnetkids.com Stamp Act http://www.surfnetkids.com/resources/stamp-act/ Stamp […]

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[Surfnetkids] Science Fair Project Ideas

Dear Reader, On Tuesday, September 11, 2001, nineteen al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial jets and crashed into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. Including the first responders (such as firefighters, police officers and paramedics) nearly 3,000 people died in the attacks. As another anniversary […]

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[Surfnetkids] Koalas

Dear Reader, Did you know that September is Save the Koala month? In addition to these online resources, be sure to check out the Koala coloring pages. See ya on the Net, Barbara J. Feldman “Surfing the Net with Kids” http://www.surfnetkids.com Koalas http://www.surfnetkids.com/resources/koalas/ Koalas Printable(** for Premium Members only) http://www.surfnetkids.com/printables/koalas.pdf Although often called koala bears […]

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[Surfnetkids] Critical Evaluation of Information

Dear Reader, Welcome back to school! While you may not be back to school yet, with today’s topic of how to evaluate online information sources, I am officially declaring it back-to-school season at Surfnetkids.com. Here’s a round-up of back-to-school resources you may find helpful: Back-to-School Resources. We are celebrating with a giveaway of a $ […]

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