Reader Reviews

August 2005

Show Your Pets

August 31, 2005 -- From Jessica Hill, fourteen years-old from Mesa, AZ, who is affiliated with the site

We started this website so we wouldn’t be bored on summer vacation. We work on it every day. Showyourpets.com is mostly my site. My dad just helps with the layout, and the links, and some other stuff, too.


Craftbits.com

August 24, 2005 -- From Vikram Goyal, a reader from Australia, who is affiliated with the site

A free craft resource website for people of all ages. Craft projects are categorized for easy accessibility and there is an advice section as well. You can chat with other crafters using a forum or take part in craft related competitions.

Miss O & Friends: Crossword Puzzles

August 24, 2005 -- From Jeffrey, who is affiliated with the site

It has lots of crosswords organized by difficulty level.

Miss O & Friends: Word Search Puzzles

August 24, 2005 -- From Jeffrey, who is affiliated with the site

It’s got lots of word searches organized by difficulty level.

A2zKB.com

August 17, 2005 -- From Catherine Carlson, a reader from New York, NY, who is affiliated with the site

Set up like a book, this site includes many online games and fun environments in which children can learn and listen to new words and sentences. The site includes coloring pages, fun games and an interactive house-with voices and sentences.

America’s Rain Forests

August 10, 2005 -- From Sandy F., a teacher from Ketchikan, AK, who is affiliated with the site

The America’s Rain Forest project is a unique effort to introduce 5-8 graders to the tropical and temperate rain forests in the United States. The free project provides a useful and fun website filled with teacher and kid activities and resources, and a live satellite broadcast from the rain forests in Puerto Rico and from Alaska.

Word Search Fun

August 3, 2005 -- From Joel, a parent from Oklahoma, who is affiliated with the site

Create your own word search puzzle online. Select a category, choose a puzzle size, enter your words and click the button. Your puzzle is instantly available to play online or to print. Create a free account, so you can keep track of your puzzles and edit them.