Canku Ota

(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


May 5, 2001 - Issue 35



Favorite Sites


by Vicki Lockard from various sources


The Whole World is My Neighbor
The Whole World Is My Neighbor is a collaborative project that seeks to bring about a better understanding of the differences in children's lives around the world.


CDC's Adolescent and School Health
Adolescent and School Health, a division of the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, provides this site to help "prevent the most serious health risk behaviors among children, adolescents and young adults."


Net Surf Learning
The site provides a collection of interactive work sheets. Students at all levels use materials from the Web to learn English.


Page by Page/Creating a Children's Picture Book
From the National Library of Canada, this entertaining site takes the user page-by-page through the creation of a picture book

A to Z-Ice Hockey
Developed by the UK-based _Ice Hockey Annual_, this huge compendium of ice hockey information (over 14,000 entries) is all the more notable for its international scope. No NHL-centricity here. In fact, the only Americans and Canadians in the site's Hall of Fame are in the International Ice Hockey Federation section. A constant work-in-progress, this site is a seemingly bottomless well of hockey trivia and lore. Need to know the Attendance Averages for Finnish Division 1 hockey? The winner of the 1997 Croation hockey championship? What the "A" on players' jerseys means? Its all here and much, much more.


Wisdom Keepers
WKI's goal has always been to provide culturally and historically accurate educational programs and resources on indigenous cultures from the People of those cultures rather than about the cultures.


Newton's Window
Newton's Window is not your typical math site! There is something here for everyone, even kids who hate math, which makes it a valuable resource for teachers and parents. It has games, puzzles, riddles, and numerous interactive challenges for students. Weekly SAT words, the Weekly SAT math tip, and the Weekly Math Challenge help take the drudgery out of math. The site also offers homework tips; articles; bulletin boards for teachers, parents, and students; and much more.




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