Canku Ota - A Newsletter Celebrating Native America
June 3, 2000 - Issue 11


Favorite Sites
by Vicki Lockard from various sources


If you're hanging around the house and hankering for a book with substance, try this site:
It provides links to over 10,000 books that you can read over the Internet
The Online Books Page
http://www.digital.library.upenn.edu/books/

 

ThinkQuest is an educational initiative committed to advancing learning through the use of computer and networking technology. ThinkQuest challenges teachers and students of all ages to use the Internet in innovative and exciting ways as a collaborative, interactive teaching and learning tool.
Thinkquest
http://www.thinkquest.org

 

Looking for kids games? How about rules for playground games, verses for jump-rope rhymes, and much more??? You have come to right place!
Games Kids Play

http://www.gameskidsplay.net/

Forty years ago Sally Hudson Wrote about Tanning animal skins the way it is traditionally done in interior Alaska
Tanning Moose the Native Way
http://www.go2net.org/indiancountry/dineega.html

 

Welcome to the Headbone Zone, a spot where you can hang out with over 300,000 like-minded kids around the world! Sound complicated? Well, it's not. In fact, there's only one rule on the Headbone Zone: Have Fun!
Headbone Zone
http://www.headbone.com

 

Have your students ever created a newspaper of their own? Would they like to? In the Newsday Project, your students will write articles and post them for the whole world to see! Then they will read and choose articles from other schools to download and include in their own newspaper!
Newsday
http://lightspan.com/common/pages/linkout5.

 

Grassroots Educational Multimedia (GEM) is a non profit group dedicated to teaming design expertise with educators in the Northern Wisconsin Ojibwe communities and surrounding non-Indian communities. Our interests lie in producing interactive multimedia by and for Native American Communities
Grassroots Educational Multimedia
http://homepage3.rconnect.com/kroach/

 

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