December 29, 2004 -- From Jerry Bowman, a reader from Michigan who is affiliated with the site
The Scrub Club is a fun way for kids to learn the importance of washing hands to fight infectious and food borne diseases. The not-for-profit NSF International called on kids nationwide to do their part in fighting the 22 million school days lost each year due to the common cold, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
December 23, 2004 -- From Ahmed Khalil, a teacher from Giza, Egypt, who is not affiliated with the site
this is a very nice site, it’s an online dictionary and encyclopedia. The encyclopedia is huge and great, my students use it for their research.
December 22, 2004 -- From Jennifer Hunting, a reader from Washington, D.C.. who is affiliated with the site
Mountains riddled with caves, deep ravines and a secretive, warlike people create a perfect place for the world’s most wanted terrorist to hide. National Geographic magazine online takes you to the land of Pashtun where Osama bin Laden may be seeking refuge.
December 15, 2004 -- From Greg , a teacher from Virginia, who is affiliated with the site
The site contains dozens of educational games such as Tony Fraction’s Pizza Shop, Tackle Math Ball, Word Search Maker, and Everglades Spelling. There are dozens of themes complete with integrated interactive activities, online books, interactive maps, scavenger hunts and more.
December 12, 2004 -- From Carrie Lauth, a parent from Dallas, GA, who is affiliated with the site
This is a fun and useful site for parents of children who love Lemony Snicket. It contains a blog with updates on all things ASoUE, Miserable Mail newsletter, free downloads and more.
December 8, 2004 -- From Stephen Jack, a reader from Taiwan, who is affiliated with the site
Chinese food, culture and history – a culinary journey through the cuisine of China and Taiwan.
December 1, 2004 -- From Madeline Binder, a reader from Evanston, IL, who is affiliated with the site
It offers step-by-step guidance in doing science fair projects for middle and high-school students. A timeline guides students through the process of how to keep a science log, choose a category and topic, research a project, complete all six steps of the scientific method, write a project report, make a display board, and give an oral presentation.