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Table of Contents
2. Sponsor’s Spot: Math Goodies
3. Weekly Topic: Karaoke Sing-Along
4. What Did We Miss? Submit Site or Link To Us
5. Note from a Reader
6. Quote of the Week
7. Classified Ads
8. Subscription Management
#1. June 13, 2007
In addition to the hours I spend scouring the Net for educational sites and writing reviews of the best of them,
did you know that Surfnetkids also publishes reader-written reviews? In fact, we accept reader input
at quite a few of our sites. I came across this list yesterday,
and thought it would useful to pass it on.
If you have a site suggestion for Surfnetkids.com.
If you have a joke for JokesByKids.com.
If you have a craft recipe for MakePlayDough.com.
If you have a 4th of July site for IndependenceDayFun.com.
If you have a Halloween site for FunHalloween.net.
If you have a Christmas site for SantaClausFun.com.
If you have an entire set of educational and family-oriented bookmarks you’d like to share at SharingLinks.com.
See ya on the Net,
Barbara J. Feldman
"Surfing the Net with Kids"
#2. Math Goodies
Does your child need math help this summer? Do you want self-paced
math instruction for use at home or in the car?
Visit Math Goodies, a free math help site that launched in 1998. Our interactive
lessons, games, and worksheets are designed to make math fun for students of
Math Goodies was a pioneer of interactive math instruction
and free math homework help. Today we have over 500 pages of activities
for students, teachers and parents. For the best math resources online
or off line, come and visit us today!
#3. Karaoke Sing-Along
by Barbara J. Feldman
Karaoke Sing-Along Printable (** for premium members only)
Turn your home computer into a karaoke machine with these fun, sing-along sites. All you need is an Internet connection and your multimedia computer. And although you can sing without it, a microphone connected to your sound card completes the transformation.
Kiddy Karaoke Song Corner
“Ants on the apple. A, A, A.” Kiddy Karaoke offers twenty-six illustrated alphabet songs to the tune of “Skip to My Lou” and a nice selection of other childhood favorites arranged alphabetically. To enter, chose either Phonic Sing-Along, or Song Menu. This popular GeoCities site is occasionally the victim of its own success, and is unavailable because it has exceeded its data transfer limit. If this happens to you, just remember to try again later.
Kididdles: Musical Mouseum Song Lyrics
“Hi! I’m MoJo, and this is my Musical Mouseum — a place where you can find the lyrics to your favorite kids’ songs!” Lyrics are arranged both alphabetically and by category, and for those songs marked with a musical note icon, the Mouseum includes a MIDI too. Categories include traditional, silly, lullabies, action, finger plays, food, and lots of holiday songs. If you know just a snippet of the lyrics, but not the title, try the Song Search tool.
Lidwina’s Disney Song Collection
“Cruella De Vil, Cruella De Vil. If she doesn’t scare you no evil thing will.” Lidwina’s collection of 120 Disney melodies and lyrics is sure to keep you singing for hours. From “Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?” from the 1933 “Three Little Pigs,” to four selections from the 1999 “Tarzan” movie, this site is a wonderful romp through more than seventy years of Disney songs. The songs are in standard MIDI format. To view the lyrics while playing the songs, I suggest right-clicking on the MIDI links and opening them in a new window.
… to continue reading, visit Surfnetkids: Karaoke Sing-Along.
#4. What Did We Miss? Submit or Link To Us
Do you know of a great karaoke sing-along site that we didn’t include? Click here to submit a site review.
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#5. Note from a Reader
Thank you for the daily quotations. I started printing them and posting them on the bulletin board outside the library. Teachers, Adm. and Students noticed them and are talking about them. Some of them even eagerly wait every morning for the next quotation!
Thanks again for your help!
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#6. Quote of the Week
“After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.”
Aldous Huxley (1894 – 1963) English author.
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