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findingDulcinea

March 14, 2010 -- From Mark, a reader, from Brooklyn, NY, who is affiliated with the site.

FindingDulcinea is a superb site for teaching students how to use the Internet effectively and responsibly. Its “On This Day” column covers each day an intriguing historical event – what led up to it, what happened that day, and what has happened since. Its “Happy Birthday” column celebrates inspiring people, both historic and contemporary. The articles in both sections contain links to the online sources where the information was found.


pinkmonkey

February 13, 2001 -- From Barbara Fritz, a reader from Merrick NY who is not affiliated with the site

Cliff Notes on the Web but better.

StoryPlace: The Children’s Digital Library

May 17, 2000 -- From Helene, a reader from USA who is affiliated with the site

Animated stories, interactive activities, print-out crafts and more; all the fun is at StoryPlace where learning to read is fun. Available in both English and Spanish versions.

Welcome to BiblioCat Webpage!

September 26, 1999 -- From Sheryl Skufca, a teacher from Ohio, USA who is affiliated with the site

BiblioCat is an resource website for teachers, librarians, library/media specialist, homeschoolers, and parents. The websites are reviewed and then organized by subjects. I have a weekly newsletter that shares reviewed websites with readers.

4th and 5th Grade Student Research Resources

August 13, 1999 -- From a teacher from Chicago area, USA who is affiliated with the site

Here is a safe curriculum related cybrary for students, teachers, and parents. It is created and maintaned by a teacher.

Children’s Books Central

May 31, 1999 -- From a reader from Richmond, Virginia who is affiliated with the site

Children’s Books Central is a directory of directories for sites related to children’s books. It is a place to start for writers, readers, collectors, illustrators, librarians, teachers, parents, publishers, storytellers and kids. With its many links reached from its well laid out index, a wealth of resources are available even for the general Web surfer.