Canku Ota - A Newsletter Celebrating Native America
September 9, 2000 - Issue 18

Favorite Sites
by Vicki Lockard from various sources

Understanding Native American Culture
Through Enviromental Education
Project Willow


NEW! One stop news for Indigenous News Online
Native News


I guess you all are thinking about a new school year as September approaches. You will find a new page on the "Hot Topics" section that should ease you out of summer and back into the school swing. "The First Day of School" seemed a good topic to welcome August/September. There are helpful links there for teachers and families.
Early Childhood Educators and Family Web Corner


This site is designed to help users access information on education policy at the national, regional, or state level.
AACTE Education Policy Clearinghouse


Figure This! Match Challenges for Families
Find learning activities geared toward middle school students from the
National Science Foundation and the U.S. Dept. of Education.
Figure This!

This is a class to class exchange of postcards (snail mail or electronic). This project creates opportunity to foster global friendships and can be a gateway to class to class exchanges of all kinds. This is the tenth year this project has been conducted. It is well established and provides an excellent "entry level" project for teachers and classes new to the internet.
Postcard Geography


Sodaconstructor lets you build models onscreen that are cute -- and addictive. . . .


Sue is the largest, most complete, and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex. She was discovered by fossil hunter Sue Hendrickson in 1990, in the badlands of South Dakota.
Meet Sue


Learn how you'll get a chance to have your voice and vote heard this fall. Youth-e-vote gives every student the chance to vote, right here on this site, for President, for your state's Governor and Senator, and for a number of important national issues.
Youth Vote

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