Reader Reviews

March 2007

Among My Trilobites

March 16, 2007 -- From Frank Galef, a reader, from Oceanside, California, who is affiliated with the site.

I want to tell you about my trilobite website. It is mostly a gallery of my collection along with maps of the Paleozoic that show how the oceans where they lived are related to modern locations. The specimens are arranged by order and family with links to the most comprehensive trilobite site on the Internet (“A Guide to the Orders of Trilobites”). There is no commercial content aside from listing some dealers at the end.


Balto Source

March 14, 2007 -- From Steve Stan, a reader, from France, who is affiliated with the site.

A very good site dedicated to an animated film for the whole family.

A Cute Boutique

March 14, 2007 -- From Debbie, a reader, from Fort William, Scotland, who is affiliated with the site.

A Cute Boutique has fun dress up games, a dollhouse and magic coloring pages for you to play in.

All About Skyscrapers

March 11, 2007 -- From Richie, a reader, from Houston, TX, who is affiliated with the site.

Explore every aspect of the skyscraper. Very comprehensive, educational, and interesting.

Internet Safety – For Our Children’s Sake

March 11, 2007 -- From Jace, a teacher, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Internet Safety education and awareness is critical. Created by a leader in Internet Safety education, this blog provides valuable information for parents and educators. Getting the word out, is critical! For our children’s sake!

Universities.AC – The Global Largest Online Directory for Universities

March 11, 2007 -- From Sango, a teacher, from Ramat-Gan, Israel, who is affiliated with the site.

Universities.AC is the easiest, comprehensive and effective guide for universities around the world. The site database contains information about thousands of higher education institutions including details about their academic divisions, the degrees and diplomas they offer, location and classification, general details, facilities, statistics and more.

Maze Zing

March 8, 2007 -- From Jeff, a reader, from New York State, who is affiliated with the site.

Amazing mazes from photographs. Photo mazes that bring mazes to life as pictures. If you enjoy sinking deep into labyrinths of illustrated barriers, finding your way from point A to point B, be prepared to lose yourself in Maze Zing. Creator Jeffrey David Montanye has grafted his photography experience and love for mazes together to build intriguing puzzles from photographs. Every maze is carefully put together using hundreds or even thousands of a certain item. Mazes are designed for kids eight and up but adults love them too.

Red Gulch Jurassic Dinosaur Tracksite

March 8, 2007 -- From Rowena, a reader, from Shell, Wyoming, who is affiliated with the site.

At BLM’s Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite, you can imagine yourself walking along an ocean shoreline 167 million years ago with dozens of other dinosaurs, looking to pick up a bite of lunch from what washed up on the last high tide. The ground is soft and your feet sink down in the thick ooze, leaving a clear footprint with every step you take.

The discovery of rare fossil footprints on public lands near the Red Gulch/Alkali National Back Country Byway close to Shell, Wyoming, could alter current views about the Sundance Formation and the paleo-environment of the Middle Jurassic Period.

Maps4Kids

March 7, 2007 -- From Tony, a reader, from Bainbridge Island, WA, who is affiliated with the site.

A fun, free, educational site for kids where they can learn about geography. Maps, data, games, and links to educational resources will make this a winning site with the K-8 students. Content being added daily.

Childrendonate2.org

March 6, 2007 -- From Tracy L, a parent, from California USA, who is affiliated with the site.

My two step-daughters and I created this site for kids to go to with their parents to learn about helping others. It has cute pictures of animals and kids can click on them and go to sites that help save animals.