Reader Reviews

October 2007

Chemistry Quick Facts

October 31, 2007 -- From Julian, a teacher, from Israel, who is affiliated with the site.

The philosophy behind this site is to provide quick accessible tabulated chemistry information


A lot of information about bees, including types of bees found worldwide and the history of bees. There is a section devoted to information on bees for kids. There is also a listing of factors affecting the decline of the bee.

Alexander Graham Bell Museum

October 29, 2007 -- From Patsy, a reader, from Dallas, Texas, who is affiliated with the site.

Photographs courtesy of the Alexander Graham Bell Museum in Baddeck, Nova Scotia are accompanied by biographical sketches from the life of this famous inventor.

Dress Up Games

October 24, 2007 -- From Michael, a reader, from Transilvania, Romania, who is affiliated with the site.

There are thousands of dress up games for girls out there, but only few of them are really worth playing. Get the finest selection of online dress up games on 99onlinegames.com

Make Your Own Coloring Book

October 23, 2007 -- From Shtali, a reader, from Middle East, who is affiliated with the site.

I made this web site so people (like me..) have the chance to compose their own color pages and give them to their children to sketch & color. I think it’s a great idea that’s worth sharing.

Haiku Reviewer

October 22, 2007 -- From Zenmaster, a reader, from Shanghai, China, who is affiliated with the site.

Here is a fun collection of music reviews in haiku format, with a chance to sumit your own!

Salamanders Young Burn Survivors

October 21, 2007 -- From Sylvia, a reader, from Cornwall, UK, who is affiliated with the site.

Designed for children and young people, this site gives information on burns and first aid and has links to further information, plus a contact base for burn survivors.

10 Things You Didn’t Know About You

October 19, 2007 -- From Roberta, a parent from San Diego, CA, who is not affiliated with the site.

The human body is a great, sweaty, fluid-filled machine, moving and mixing chemicals with precision and coordination, making everything from memories to mucus. Explore some of the complex, beautiful or just plain gross mysteries of how you function.

University of Alabama Science Games

October 18, 2007 -- From University of Alabama, a reader, from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, who is affiliated with the site.

The University of Alabama maintains a website of flash science games that students have developed including games about Anatomy, the Periodic Table of Elements, Rocks, Chemistry, and Simple Machines. Additionally, we offer the source code for these games online so that others can take it and develop their own games based on the current games.

MEET ME AT THE CORNER, Virtual Field Trips for Kids

October 16, 2007 -- From Donna, a reader, from Colorado, who is affiliated with the site.

MEET ME AT THE CORNER, VIrtual Field Trips for Kids is a series of educational video podcasts for kids by kids. Produced by children’s author Donna Guthrie, these weekly shows explore New York City’s cultural and historical sites block by block.

Kids are encouraged to create and their videos them with a growing onliine community of children ages 8-12 on the MEET ME AT THE CORNER website.