Reader Reviews

June 2007

MATH at Doug Simms Online

June 16, 2007 -- From Doug Simms, a teacher, from Montreal, Canada, who is affiliated with the site.

I have created this site to allow my students to teach themselves the 5 basic Trigonometry formulae. Each formula has a brief instructional video, an Exercise Sheet and an Answer Key. Use of the site is free.

My students love using the site, as it speeds up the process of learning that portion of their Math topics, allows them to work independently, and best of all, it uses technology!


Tennis Camps

June 12, 2007 -- From Frank, a parent, from Long Beach, California, USA, who is not affiliated with the site.

This site provides some useful links for tennis camps in the USA. I can also find tennis clubs and partners for certain states.

Regards.com

June 12, 2007 -- From Harry, a reader, from California, who is not affiliated with the site.

This is one of the last high-quality e-card sites on the web that has remained free of any subscription fees. Their father’s day cards are great. Not sure how they produce so many high-quality cards for free, but I’m not complaining.

ROCK IT!

June 9, 2007 -- From Dee, a reader, from Australia, who is affiliated with the site.

ROCK IT! is a smash hit children’s TV in Australia and also has a popular website which has been developed in close consultation with early learning experts. The Website is free from advertising and features safe, interactive and educational activities for kids including games, coloring ins, mazes, dot to dots, ecards, wallpapers, downloads, video and music clips, recipes and lots of flash animation. There is also a parents/caregivers page.

Pastiche Family Portal

June 8, 2007 -- From Lee, a reader, from PA, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Family friendly site chock-full of free arts and crafts, with a kids stuff resource page and lots of free coloring pages, printable crafts and clip art plus interesting articles related to holidays and family life – something for every member of the family. Many free resources for teachers, home schoolers and club leaders.

The Henry’s Florida Journeys

June 8, 2007 -- From Vicki, a parent, from West Palm Beach, Florida, who is affiliated with the site.

If you want to learn about Florida’s habitats and wildlife this is a good place to start. We’ve combined our interests for photography and nature into a website that continues to grow as we explore. Everything on the site is what we ourselves have found. We site our sources and have developed an extensive list of resources. We hope everyone enjoys our website as much as we do exploring.

Herb Garden – Culinary Herbs

June 8, 2007 -- From Dwayne, a reader, from Australia, who is affiliated with the site.

How to Grow a Herb Garden – Culinary Herbs – Cultivation, Harvesting, Curing and Uses.

Re-enchanting the World Through Art

June 6, 2007 -- From Mark, a reader, from Alameda, CA, who is affiliated with the site.

The Kids Chalk Art Project will be creating the world’s largest chalk drawing. A Bay Area non-profit fundraising event, working to restore California’s elementary school art projects and art for kids.

Google Image Search: Cats

June 5, 2007 -- From Barbara, a parent, from San Diego, CA, who is not affiliated with the site.

Google scours the Web for cat images.

Amazing Birthday Parties

June 4, 2007 -- From Jennifer, a parent, from Virginia, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

This site will help you throw the best birthday party ever! Find the perfect theme, then match it up with unique invitations, fun games, festive favors, yummy party food, creative cakes, priceless party tips, and more!