Reader Reviews

July 1999

Museum of Web Art

July 31, 1999 -- From a reader from Brentwood, CA USA who is affiliated with the site

The Museum of Web Art is a family oriented website designed to educate and enlighten people of all ages to the potential of the web medium. The individual elements of Web design–buttons, counters, wallpaper, splash pages, etc.–are presented in a bright, easy-to-navigate, museum-style interface. Virtual volunteers man the Visitor’s Center in rotating shifts, and the Kids Wing is well-supervised by Dot, the Fun Activities Director. There is also a


Museum of Web Art

July 31, 1999 -- From a reader from Brentwood, CA USA who is affiliated with the site

The Museum of Web Art is a family oriented website designed to educate and enlighten people of all ages to the potential of the web medium. The individual elements of Web design–buttons, counters, wallpaper, splash pages, etc.–are presented in a bright, easy-to-navigate, museum-style interface. Virtual volunteers man the Visitor’s Center in rotating shifts, and the Kids Wing is well-supervised by Dot, the Fun Activities Director. There is also a

Where Were You July 20, 1969?

July 30, 1999 -- From a reader from Boston who is affiliated with the site

This is a great site for kids to get an understanding of what witnessing the first moon landing was really like. Read here stories from people all over the world about where they were and what they were doing on one of the most famous days in history, July 20, 1969.

WhaleNet

July 28, 1999 -- From a reader from who is affiliated with the site

WhaleNet is an educational site funded by NSF that uses actual whale research data and satellite tagging data in real-time to enhance interst in math and science. We receive about 35,000 hits a day during the academic year from over 130 countries. Site includes images, maps, movies, educational resources from students and educators.

Christian Crafters.Com

July 24, 1999 -- From Sarah Keith, a reader from West Palm Beach, FL who is affiliated with the site

Christian Crafters.Com is a meeting place for Christian crafters to share their ideas and receive free patterns and Bible game ideas too. Come join the fun!

Making Paper Airplanes

July 24, 1999 -- From a teacher from Portland, Oregon, who is not affiliated with the site

For all of you “wanna build a good paper airplane, but don’t know how” people, this site is for you! The diagrams and instructions for building 4 simple paper airplanes are excellent! They are EASY, and best of all, THEY WORK! Check it out!

Creative Imaginations.Net

July 24, 1999 -- From a reader from West Palm Beach, FL who is affiliated with the site

I designed Creative Imaginations.Net for children and adults. Within Creative Imaginations.Net, children and adults may experience Fun-in-Math by solving Tangram puzzles, an ancient form of Chinese puzzle-making. Today, in schools world-wide, Tangram puzzles are used to teach geometric spatial relationships and problem solving skills.Participants can also submit their own creations.Take the time to visit our Kid’s Gallery too, and view tangrams created by kids with creative imaginations!

Yahooligans!

July 23, 1999 -- From Bluew10, 12 years old from Indiana who is not affiliated with the site

Yahoolagans is a good site because… It is like Yahoo but it does not have nasty pictures and stuff. It is made for helping kids with homework math games, spelling games and games that are subjects in school. And also fun stuff like pics of Nsync & Backstreet bos, Britney Spears ect. Well you should check it out sometime.

Dale Hill Family Homepage

July 23, 1999 -- From Dale Hill, a teacher from Near Anadarko, Oklahoma - North American Plains Indian Capital of the World. who is affiliated with the site

Actual pictures of a house burning to the grown will catch the students’ attention. Plenty of pictures that the students have to click on. The language in places are a bit much for 1st graders, but the teacher can read it to them. This is a personal experience and, YES, you will see a mug shot of me.Dale

LifeSavers Candystand

July 22, 1999 -- From a reader from New York, USA who is affiliated with the site

Candystand.com is a great site with tons of free online arcade and shockwave games. They have a wide variety of high quality games – basketball, baseball, football, snowboarding, in-line skating, bob sledding, hockey, miniature golf, pinball, bowling, car racing, billiards, etc. It’s a great site for both kids and adults! Plus you even get a chance to win prizes with most of the games.