#1. September 9, 2009
I don’t usually promote Internet marketing products for several reasons. First, there aren’t many good products out there. And for those few good products, the truth is that my primary audience of parents and teachers isn’t interested in Internet marketing, so why bother?
But I know that a handful of my readers do have websites and are interested in learning how to take them to the next level. So, even though there only a few of you (you know who you are!) I felt an obligation to share this resource with you. I’ve been a member of Stompernet for several years, paying really big bucks every month to learn from their faculty, and use their tools. Even though they charge an arm and a leg (no, make that two arms and two legs!) you usually can’t join for any amount of money, because their membership has been closed for quite some time.
But today they are opening up their membership again, and for the first time they are offering memberships at 25% of the previous price. Yup, you read that right. I’m not talking a 25% discount, but a 75% discount! That’s why I felt I needed to let you know. Here’s the link for details.
See ya on the Net,
Barbara J. Feldman
"Surfing the Net with Kids"
#2. 7-in-1 Anti-Wrinkle Cream
Dermatologists are hailing it as the most potent needle-free skin care treatment available.
Studies have shown it prevents “cell damage linked to facial aging and wrinkles.”
And best of all … you can try it 100% free for one month!
by Barbara J. Feldman
Biology Printable (** for premium members only)
Biology is the science of living organisms. It is taught at many grade levels, and this week’s selections include sites for AP Biology high-school students, elementary grades, college kids and adults.
Biology 4 Kids
“It’s not just biology for kids, it’s for everyone.” Thanks to the excellent design, this outstanding site from the Andrew Rader Studios is informative, easy to read and simple to navigate. Topics include cells, microorganisms, plants, invertebrates, animal systems and more. Each section concludes with a self-scoring multiple-choice quiz. Overall the site has thirty quizzes, a dozen videos, and a handful of annotated slide shows, all of which can be found on the Activities page. The Site Map is the best place to start to get an overview of the site.
Biology in Motion
Biology teacher and online game developer Dr. Leif Saul makes learning high school biology fun with his interactive mini-lectures, activities, animations and cartoons. He originally developed these for use in his own classroom, and found them effective in both capturing studentsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ attention and illustrating difficult concepts. When browsing through the site, be sure to note the icons that indicate whether the activity is a mouse rollover, a drag-and-drop, an animation or a simulation.
The best clicks for high-school students (and adults) are found on the left-hand menu starting with Plant Cells, Animal Cells and Mitosis. Each chapter includes a dozen sub-topics (such as nucleus and cell membrane) that are covered with their own illustrated page. Additional highlights of the site are the amazing photographs found in Cell Cams, Cell Gallery and on free e-postcards to send to friends from your biology class. Think you know your stuff? Try the three tough quizzes on Cell Structure, Microbes and The Immune System.
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#4. Printables Club Members Also Get …
Surfnetkids Printables Club Members also get the following printables to use in the classroom, the computer lab, the school library, or to send home with students:
Printable Cell Biology Word Search
Biology Wikipedia Printable
Human Anatomy Printable
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#6. Related Games
Cell Biology Word Search
DNA Word Search
Human Anatomy Word Search
#6.Surfing the Calendar
Sep 11, 2009
Terrorists Attack World Trade Center and Pentagon
Sep 11, 2001
Bella Swan’s Birthday
Sep 13, 1987
Star-Spangled Banner Inspired
Sep 13, 1814
Roald Dahl’s Birthday
Sep 13, 1916
Whooping Crane Fall Migration
Sep 15 – Nov 15, 2009
Australia Hosts Olympics 2000
Sep 15, 2000
Pilgrims left Plymouth England on the Mayflower
Sep 16, 1620
National Play-Doh Day
Sep 16, 2009
U.S. Constitution Approved at Constitutional Convention
Sep 17, 1787
Anniversary of US Constitution
Sep 17, 1787
#6.Quote of the Week
“It is the mind that makes the body.” ~~ Sojourner Truth (~1797 – 1883) Black American abolitionist and women’s rights advocate, born a slave.
Click here for more about Sojourner Truth.
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