Canku Ota

(Many Paths)

AN Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


April 21, 2001 - Issue 34



Favorite Sites


by Vicki Lockard from various sources


I Know That
This site is fabulous for kids from 2 to 12. The activities available
include the Sticker Book, where kids can create their own stories using
hundreds of animated characters, sound effects, text, and backgrounds.


Brain Event
At, kids can connect with their peers to talk, keep up with
the latest news, have their writing and art published, seek the help of
experts, read an online novel, and find information about becoming involved
in social organizations.


Find Out Why
Find Out Why answers such questions as "Why do we sneeze?" "How does a CD
work?" and "Why does it rain?" with fun, informative animations. Students
can search by typing a topic into the search box or by clicking on one of
the section links and choosing a topic from the main page. For a more in
depth look at a topic, users can click on Find Out More.


Aboriginal Communications Network website
The purpose of this website is to enhance the communications between all aboriginal peoples everywhere and to assist in them in their relations with the dominant Cultures of their regions.

Web Able
At WebABLE, our mission is to make the Internet and World Wide Web accessible
to people with disabilities. To accomplish this mission, we provide accessibility
technology and services to corporate, government, educational, and non-profit clients.


The National Native American EMS Association
Serving the Nation's Native American EMS Professionals


The SNOW Project (Special Needs Opportunity Windows) is a provider
of online resources and professional development opportunities for
educators and parents of students with special needs.




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