Canku Ota


(Many Paths)


AN Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


February 24, 2001 - Issue 30



Favorite Sites


by Vicki Lockard from various sources


Kindle Park
Kindle Parkô is a gateway to a colorful world of family learning and fun. Itís an ever-changing world shared and shaped by grownups and preschoolers, where "A-ha!" and "Wow!" await every click of the mouse


 Fourth World Documentation Project
THE FOURTH WORLD DOCUMENTATION PROJECT was organized by the Center For World Indigenous Studies (CWIS) in 1992. Its mission is to document and make available to tribal governments, researchers and organizations, important documents relating to the social, political, strategic, economic and human rights situations being faced by Fourth World nations and create a historical archive of the political struggles waged by Indigenous Peoples to assert their rights as sovereign nations.


 We are proud to bring all people together in such a broad forum. is proud to present a forum for governing issues surrounding all of us and how we can bridge the gap with understanding and caring.


 Absurd Math
Absurd Math is an interactive mathematical problem solving game series. The player proceeds on missions in a strange world where the ultimate power consists of mathematical skill and knowledge. Many of the pages have hidden clues and areas.

First Americans for Grade Schoolers
About the site. This site was produced by Karen Martin, MA in Education and member of the Muscogee Nation. Many people have offered ideas and feedback including Ms. Casey, a 3rd grade Teacher at Cabello Elementary School, Stephanie Fryberg, a Phd. student in sociology.


 Literacy Center
This online repository of literacy lessons and supporting parent/teacher material is the only Internet destination where young children can safely interact with age-appropriate educational activities without being exposed to distracting graphics, advertising, or commercial product placement. Children at the Literacy Center can practice pre and early reading skills in a structured format where each new cognitive experience builds upon a previous one.


Planet Pals
You will be able to use this site to assist in teaching your children about the universe, it's natural resources, and it's issues! Not only will we give you informative reading for lessons, but projects your children can work on.
Use our pages to encourage dialog or inspire your lesson plans! Have the children visit our interactive pages, contribute ideas and take advantage of the FREE activities, PRINT and PLAY projects and FREE creativity contests. We would like to help you encourage your children to think about their world and how they can make it better, and mainly inspire them to take action.




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