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Rocky Mountain Kids Korner

October 11, 2007 -- From Marlene, a parent, from Montana, who is affiliated with the site.

Love adventure? Ever wonder what it’s like to live in the Rocky Mountains of Montana? Kids of all ages will love M & E’s real life stories of camping and hiking in the mountains with grizzly bears, bighorn sheep, moose, and more! But that’s not all! M & E share their book and movie reviews, their original fiction, and some favorite projects. So come along and have some Montana fun. Visit RockyMountainKidsKorner.com


Loghurst, Western Reserve Historical Society

February 1, 2007 -- From Laura, a teacher, from Canfield, OH USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Loghurst,a property of the Western Reserve Historical Society, built in 1805, is the oldest log house in northeast Ohio. Home in 1827 to abolitionist Jacob Barnes. Loghurst is located along Route 224 in Canfield, Ohio.

Bird watching in Uzbekistan

October 18, 2006 -- From Dimitriy, a reader, from Bukhara, Uzbekistan, who is affiliated with the site.

See the wide variety of birds in Uzbekistan, explore the historical cities of the Great Silk Road together with the wide variety of flora and fauna in the surrounding countryside.

Kids Can Travel

September 12, 2006 -- From Nicoletta, from Monza, Italy, who is affiliated with the site.

Get tips and advice for traveling with kids, find great child-friendly destinations and discover fun family vacation ideas.

European Photo Album

May 10, 2006 -- From Elaine, a teacher, from Sandwich, MA, who is affiliated with the site.

This site is the result of a 23 day tour of Europe that I took with my family in 2000. We visited ten countries in that time and saw many well known landmarks and took many photographs. I decided to create the site to share the trip, particularly with those who might never have the chance to take this trip themselves. I have also added links to other sites for further information.

Cape Cod Photo Album

May 10, 2006 -- From Elaine, a teacher, from Sandwich, MA, who is affiliated with the site.

This site is a photo tour of all of the towns of Cape Cod, MA. Emphasis is placed on historic places, unique craftsmanship and scenery. Suitable for all ages.

Access Attractions

May 9, 2006 -- From Editor, a reader, from Indianapolis, Indiana, who is affiliated with the site.

Access attractions including amusement parks, aquariums, campgrounds, museums, zoos and more.

Ian and Wendy: Trip to Botswana

May 8, 2006 -- From Ian Sewell, a reader from Sonoma County, California, who is affiliated with the site

My wife and I took a trip to Botswana and we have created a website with all our photos on it. There’s also the rest of the website with many other countries we have visited with lots of photos.

Be World Wise

May 5, 2006 -- From Elizabeth, a reader from Harwich, MA who is affiliated with the site

The Tall Ship Picton Castle is currently engaged in a nineteen-month voyage around the world. Education Officer Kate Menser maintains this site from on board for schoolchildren to follow the ship’s visits to forty-seven ports in twenty-two countries. This site contains frequent updates on the ports visited and lesson plans for teachers.

Chicago: City of the Century

May 5, 2006 -- From Johanna Tschebull, a reader from Boston, who is affiliated with the site

American Experience Online presents Chicago: City of the Century, companion site to the television series premiering on PBS January 13-15, 2003. Visit American Experience’s largest site of the season to learn more about one of the most dynamic and vibrant cities in the world. Watch a video re-creation of the Great Fire, play interactive games, learn about labor riots, immigrant neighborhoods, and more.