Reader Reviews

May 2009

Visual Poetry

May 28, 2009 -- From Jennifer, a reader from Canberra Australia, who is affiliated with the site.

This site contains a range of different poems suitable for use in the classroom, including animated, interactive and concrete/visual/digital poems. New poems are added from time to time.

May 28, 2009 -- From Stacey, a reader from New York, NY, who is affiliated with the site. is the premier community for today’s new generation of active, involved grandparents. With an esteemed editorial staff, the site offers content tailored exclusively for grandparents, including child- and grandparent-friendly activities, travel ideas, compelling lifestyle features, expert advice, product reviews and gift ideas, and much more. Additionally, the site offers a free weekly newsletter.

KidsGen: The New Age Kids Site

May 27, 2009 -- From Surjendu, a reader, from India, who is affiliated with the site.

Kidsgen is a kid’s edutainment site where kids can find guides and information on hobbies, homework help, school projects, crafts and recipes.
There are also sections on popular holidays and events, to help them prepare for and celebrate the holidays better.

Learning Lincoln Online

May 26, 2009 -- From Howard, a reader from Illinois, who is affiliated with the site.

Learning Lincoln has been running for several years, and is primarily designed for students of all ages and adult Lincoln students. In it are a myriad of learning activities concerning Abraham Lincoln from birth through Presidency. A unique aspect of Learning Online is an actual chapter book with a table of contents of all the Lincoln activities and resources. I am a recently retired teacher of gifted children.

One Minute

May 25, 2009 -- From DeeJay, a reader who is affiliated with the site. is a kids craft site making crafting easy. Each craft has a one-minute video demonstration and there is a standard materials list that all of the crafts are made from. Plus, there is a new craft every week. Save time crafting at

Geography Quizzes

May 14, 2009 -- From John, a reader, from Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, who is affiliated with the site.

Fun, interactive geography quizzes

May 13, 2009 -- From Adam, a reader, from United States, who is affiliated with the site.

An informational and educational “A to Z” resource guide to American railroads.

May 12, 2009 -- From Kevin Saunders aka xplanes4u, a reader, from California, who is affiliated with the site.

Free fun factor 10 – Learn how to fold the Spirit of America (SOA) and the American Flyer (AF) paper airplanes. You can access how-to videos, instructions sheets, and templates to print and fold your very own fun paper airplanes.

Stamp Collecting Blog

May 11, 2009 -- From Keijo, a parent, from Finland, who is affiliated with the site.

Daily writings about stamps and stamp collecting by a casual worldwide stamp collector.

The Desk of One Astronomer

May 9, 2009 -- From Dallim Park, a reader from US, who is affiliated with the site.

The website is based on the 100-inch Hooker telescope control panel desk at the Mount Wilson observatory. The Hooker telescope, completed in 1917, was up until 1948 the world’s largest telescope and played a major role in some of the most important advances made in the history of astronomy. By using photographs he took with this telescope, Edwin Hubble measured distances and velocities of galaxies. It led to the Expanding Universe, or Big Bang, theory.