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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


May 17, 2003 - Issue 87


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Favorite Sites


by Walter McKenzie of Surfaquarium



Summer is just around the corner. Here we share some fun sites for you to visit on those lazy summer days.

Kid's Avenue
Kids' Avenue promotes kids sharing their vacation experiences with their peers through Stuff to See, Places to Go and Things to Do. In addition to learning about other great summer vacations, children can post their own recommendations for great kid travels.

Rainbow Magic Summer
Here's an elementary-level site that offers puzzles, games, stories, recipes, music and links all around the theme of summer. Children can learn how to make lemonade while reading "The Lemonade Stand" and planning their daily boredom busters!

DLTK's Summer Adventure
DLTK and her Dad have put together this collection of great summer fun ideas for kids aged 4 - 8. Here you'll find crafts, games, puzzles, printable activity sheets, recipes, summer themes and links to additional online resources.

My Summer Vacation-On the Internet
Education World offers this virtual scavenger hunt based on the travels of Kate and Matt. Each stop includes a link to a URL wherein students must find the answer to a specific question in order to complete the hunt successfully. Great practice for research and Net navigation!

Lunar Eclipse Computer
You can obtain the circumstances of recent and upcoming lunar eclipses for any location by following these simple steps:

Lunar Eclipses for Beginners
What is an eclipse of the Moon? What causes eclipses and why? How often do eclipses happen and when is the next eclipse of the Moon? You'll learn the answers to these questions and more in MrEclipse's primer on lunar eclipses.

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Students And Teachers Against Racism announces their new website that offers insight into the Native American perspective to teachers and educators.

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